Katch it With Khanyi continues into its second season and this season she probes some of South Africa's most intriguing personalities.
Celebrities and politicians often claim that tabloids embellish information to create drama. The show presents a platform for South African personalities to set the record straight and give viewers insight into their lives. The series takes on the tone of a hilariously bubbly chat with celebrity friends as Khanyi digs deep into their lives.
The first episode of Season 2 features Nelson Mandela's grandson, businessman Ndaba Mandela. Ndaba is the quintessential Mandela; tall, good-looking and ambitious. At 30, he already resembles his grandfather's respectable demeanour.
Alongside him, Khanyi will be chatting to the prominent and ambitious media man Kojo Bafoe, editor for Destiny Man.
Khanyi finally manages to pin down kwaito's prodigal son, former member of TKZee Tokollo Tshabalala, who has had a life of fortunes and an equal share of misfortunes.
From that to chatting to "It" girl Nomzamo Mbatha about her meteoric rise to fame, her new projects and setting the record straight about her rumoured engagement to Idol's Khaya Mthethwa.
Pallance Dladla is also in studio to talk about his new role as Sbu on Rhythm City, as well as Maps Maponyane, model turned actor. He is currently shooting a big screen film alongside the sultry Nomzamo Mbatha.
Not only is eKasi+ bringing you a fresh new season, the show's location moves from its former Vilakazi Street studio to the iconic Orlando stadium. The venue has a rich heritage and boasts magnificent paranomic views of Soweto.
This season, Khanyi will also engage with her famous guests on their opinions of topical issues in Mzansi. From blissfully bitchy moments to compassionate insight, this talk show series aims to highlight the highs and lows of the celebrity world from the stars themselves.
In season 1 Khanyi engaged with the likes of Kelly Khumalo, Lulo Café to Economic Freedom Fighter (EFF) leader, Julius Malema. No personality is too big or too small to grace the couch.
Although there are 26 episodes in Season 2, only five aired on e.tv before the channel discontinued the season in favour of more current material with Season 3, taking over first-run rights to the show from sister channel eKasi+.