In the fourth season of Rolling With... we chart the lives of a variety of South African musicians, actors and sports stars, as they spend time with their family and friends, while dealing with every day obstacles and challenges.
In the season premier the show reveals the real Dr. Malinga behind the high-kicking, larger-than-life persona. Outside the recording studio, Dr. Malinga is a father, fiancé, son and brother.
We get a rare glimpse into the personal life of Dr Malinga. And step into the home he shares with his fiancé, two children and mother. He also takes care of his grandmother and three siblings living just a stone through away.
The 13 celebrities who are featured in Season 4 are:
A highly popular musician and entertainer, known for his trademark high kick, Dr Malinga launched to fame in 2011 with the hit track Casanova, featuring DJ Choice. He has also become a must-have performer at most major award ceremonies.
Actress, presenter, socialite and allround up-and-comer, who first rose to fame as host of The Media Career Guide show, which launched her career.
Mzambiya first gained fame as a Kwaito artist at the age of 12 when he appeared on the SABC1 music show Jam Alley. He was nominated for the Best Newcomer award at the South African Music Awards in 2000.
Tumi Morake and Mpho Osei-Tutu
Arguably the most visible comedienne in South Africa today, Tumi Morake is equally at home in front of a live audience at a comedy venue as she is on television. Her husband, Mpho Osei-Tutu, is a French-born actor and screenwriter who first gained prominence with a starring role in the SABC3 comedy-drama series For Sale, in 2007.
Bujy burst onto the scene in the SABC1 reality competition Dance Your Butt Off in 2010, declaring that he was "tired of being the fat gay guy on the dance floor". Since then he has been out, loud and proud, with a regular gig as co-host of the game show Cula Sibone, on Mzansi Magic and Mzansi Wethu.
Legendary gospel artist and television personality who rose to fame after winning the 1987 Shell Road to Fame competition. Known for hosting the gospel music show It's Gospel Time, she was also a judge on the first two seasons of Clash of ther Choirs South Africa.
Outspoken and sometimes controversial, comedian and actor Trevor Gumbi has appeared at several major comedy events in the country, including performing at Oppikoppi, Rocking the Daisies, King-size comedy jams, Blacks Only, Laugh out Loud and Arts Alive comedy festival. He currently stars in the sitcom Vat 'n Sit, which airs on OpenView HD's eKasi+ channel.
DJ Tira is a House/Kwaito musician, DJ and music producer who is the owner of the hit-making, Durban-based independent record label Afrotainment. He also performs himself as DJ Tira locally and internationally.
Chomee is a South African dancer, choreographer and musician, popularly known as the "Queen of Dance", who is best known for her flamboyant choreographed videos and performances. She was also a judge on two seasons of the SABC1 street dance competition series Turn It Out.
A five-piece, NuSoul Groove outfit who combine influences of hip-hop, jazz, soul, gospel. Their debut, self-titled album shipped in 2013 and the single Jukebox spent more than three months at #1 on Yfm.
Reason came up as a battle rapper, competing in numerous competitions, both official and on the street corner. It wasn't long before Johannesburg began to take notice and he began making appearances on Yfm, delivering breakfast jingles for DJ Fresh on The Unrestricted Breakfast Show in 2005. Since then, Reason has gone to collaborate with some of South Africa's most prolific rappers such as Proverb, Tumi, Zubz, ILL Skillz, HHP, Amu and AKA.
Born and raised in the South side of Chicago, Harrison Crump is a renowned house music vocalist and musician whose single Stomp Your Feet got him noticed by - and invited to - South Africa. Now we can't get rid of him - so we might as well get to know him.
Bafana Bafana, Orlando Pirates and now Mamelodi Sundowns midfielder whose unique skill and shooting abilities earned him the PSL "top scorer" award in 2008, not to mention the hearts of millions of South African football fans. Now we get to roll with him and find out what he's up to.