Jodha & Akbar
Zee World (DStv 166)
Set in the 16th century, this Zulu-dubbed telenovela is a period drama from the pages of Indian history and narrates the story of a marriage of political alliance between the Muslim Emperor Akbar and the Hindu Princess Jodha.
King Akbar is set on conquering and ruling the whole of India. To save her father's kingdom, Princess Jodha makes the ultimate sacrifice and marries Akbar.
She reluctantly goes to his palace only to find that she is one of many wives where she faces extreme opposition.
Jodha must fight for her husband's affection and hopes to ultimately transform him into a more compassionate ruler.
Zee World debuts first Zulu soundtrack for new novela Jodha & Akbar
New! Jodha & Akbar Teasers - March 2020
Snakes in the City 6
Nat Geo Wild (DStv 182)
Wildlife, Documentary Series, Docu-Reality
A documentary-style reality series centering on the daily life of snake rescuers Simon Keys and his herpetologist girlfriend Siouxsie Gillett in the coastal city of Durban, South Africa.
This once was a tropical jungle teaming with spitting cobras, green mambas, black mambas, pythons, night adders, bush snakes and boomslang.
It's their territory and humans built a city right on top of it. Today, the jungle may be gone, but the snakes sure ain't.
In the Season 6 premiere, "Snakes and Sewage": To catch a deadly Black mamba, Simon must face his biggest fear - heights.
And to save a spitting cobra, he deals with his OCD and digs in a poo pit.
The Food that Built the World
HISTORY (DStv 186)
Documentary Series, Food, Docu-Drama, History
For generations, these industries have literally been household names.
In ways almost unimaginable, they have been the lifeblood of the economy. But who are they? And how did they revolutionize and transform the world?
You don't know them, but you know their names: Milton Hershey, Will Kellogg, Henry Heinz and the McDonald's brothers. They are the people behind the food that built the world.
Behind the brand names were larger than life characters who built empires that defined far more than the world's eating habits.
They used brains, muscle, blood, sweat and tears to get to the hearts of millions around the world through their stomach, and along the way they built cities, invented new technologies, and helped win World Wars.
They were ruthless, they were thieving and they were visionaries who changed the landscape of the world forever.
U.S. Secret Service: On the Front Line
National Geographic Channel (DStv 181)
An in-depth, exclusive look inside the high-stakes world of protecting the President.
The special reveals unexpected stories of trepidation and triumph along with a broader understanding of the significant and serious matters the agency must contend with everyday.
Over the course of one year, National Geographic was given extensive access to four Secret Service special missions.
This access provides viewers with an exceptionally immersive picture of the demanding work Secret Service agents and officers face as they protect the President on multiple evolving fronts.
The documentary incorporates interviews with key agency officers and the notable journalists who covered some of the most significant events involving the Secret Service.
The Greatest Dancer 2
BBC Brit (DStv 120)
The dance talent show returns, with dancers of any age and dance style competing to win £50,000 and a chance to perform on Strictly Come Dancing.
Hoping to discover the greatest dancer are the superstar dance captains: multi-platinum-selling singer Cheryl, Broadway and Glee star Matthew Morrison and Strictly Come Dancing professional Oti Mabuse.
They are now joined by a brand new dance captain - pop star, dancer and choreographer to stars such as Beyonce and Taylor Swift, Todrick Hall.
The series is hosted by singer, rapper and former Strictly champion Alesha Dixon and Jordan Banjo, member of award-winning dance troupe Diversity.
Love Island star and professional dancer Curtis Pritchard joins the show as the new 'receptionist', looking after all the acts backstage as they nervously await the biggest audition of their lives.
At the auditions the audience holds the power, and only they will decide if the mirror opens for the acts or not.
The dancers need to impress at least 75% of the audience for the mirror to open and progress in the competition.
And there is a brand new twist at the end of each episode, where one dance captain will get to pick one act and take them straight through to the live shows.
Get ready to see talent from across the world of dance, from ballet to jazz, street to ballroom, contemporary to krump, as they give the performances of their lives in the hope of opening the mirror.
Expect dramatic auditions, outstanding talent and jaw-dropping surprises.
But who will become The Greatest Dancer?
Nat Geo Wild (DStv 182)
They are the big, the bold and arguably the most majestic of the snake world: super sleuths, silent yet deadly predators, that squeeze the life out of their victims.
This documentary explores the natural history of some of the largest living snakes in the world - the constrictors.