Follows Maskandi musician Khuzani "Innocent" Mpungose, the first Maskandi artist to fill up Moses Mabhida Stadium.
Khuzani's career demands all of him and his time, but he has far more pressing matters on the personal end.
He finds himself having to go back to his roots and rectify all matters regarding his lineage.
As he dons the surname of a man who has not claimed him then according to tradition he cannot marry and create a future for himself.
Khuzani's journey to fixing things in his life all began when his brother got sick, and it was discovered through traditional consulting that he is disconnected from his ancestors due to his father and family not having followed traditional procedure before allowing him to use his father's surname.
All of this poses a threat to the man whose career is on the constant rise.
If he does not manage to sort this out, he could find himself "unprotected by the his ancestors when the time comes for their help".
His family are present to assist in all ways they can, and he will need to lean on them for guidance, but he will also need the father's family to also agree to help (a matter that they don't seem too keen to assist with, given that his success lifts their family surname).
In the midst of all of this Khuzani still has to heavily consider his career as he is at a table filled with multiple opportunities that could pass him by would he not be able to fulfil them.
Eden: Untamed Planet
BBC Earth (DStv 184)
Nature, Wildlife, Documentary Series
Travel to the far corners of the planet and discover the secrets of Earth's few remaining untouched lands, all brimming with life.
Isolated from the rest of the world, these places have been protected from the most damaging effects of human interference.
In these lands, life exists as nature intended: delicately balanced, species-rich, unique ecosystems.
This series embarks on a breathtaking journey to Earth's last Edens.
The Chameleon Killer
Investigation Discovery (DStv 171 / StarSat 223)
True Crime, Documentary
Decades after first uncovering the bodies of a woman and young girl discarded in a barrel in 1985, detectives take viewers through a convoluted case that led to the capture of an evasive serial killer who crisscrossed the country and used multiple fake identities to evade justice.
With intersecting investigations across state lines, this intense special reveals how ancestral DNA exposes the Chameleon Killer's true identity.
It also features never-before-seen interviews with his children and ex-wife who are forced to face the grim reality of who Terry Rasmussen really was.
Global Citizen Live
Global Citizen in a live concert demanding that the wealthiest nations deliver on the promise to give $100-billion annually to address climate needs of developing countries.
The Global Citizen concert takes place in Lagos, Nigeria, and is broadcast around the world.
The performance line-up includes South Africa's Sho Majozi who will be performing from Johannesburg, Andrea Bocelli from Tuscany, BTS from Seoul, Green Day from Los Angeles, Keith Urban, Ricky Martin and Usher from Las Vegas, Lorde and My Morning Jacket from New York City, Metallica from Louisville, Camilo from Madrid and Lali from Buenos Aires.
Straight from the Amazon rainforest, the indigenous peoples of Brazil represented by Chief Mapu of the Huni Kuin, Aldeia Mutum of the Yawanawa, and Owera (Kunumi MC) from the Guarani Nation join Alok in premiering a unique collaboration project showcasing indigenous culture.
Performing from Lagos are Tiwa Savage, Davido, Femi Kuti and Made Kuti, among others.
Nigerian TV personalities Ebuka Obi-Uchendu and Nancy Isime as hosts of the Global Citizen Live event, with special appearances by Nomzamo Mbatha and Bonang Matheba at the New York City festival.
Strictly Come Dancing 19
BBC Brit (DStv 120)
Get ready to release your inner ballroom dancer and immerse yourself in the latest season os Strictly, which will see 15 new celebrity contestants, and their professional dance partners, take to the dancefloor in the hopes of walking away with this year's title and the glitter ball trophy.
Season 19 will be the first time in the competition's history that there will be three South African professional dancers sashaying onto the dance floor.
Pretoria-born Oti Mabuse, who is the current Strictly title holder for 2019 and 2020; Johannes Radebe, who was raised in Sasolburg, has won numerous dance titles including two-time Professional South African Latin Champion and three-time South African Amateur Latin Champion; and newcomer Cameron Lombard hails from Cape Town and is the current Latin American Champion and represented South Africa at the World Latin Championships in Russia in 2019.
Tess Daly and Claudia Winkleman return as co-hosts this season and will be welcoming the star-studded celebrity class of 2021 as they begin their Strictly adventure.
British celebrities participating in this year's competition include:
Swimmer Adam Peaty
TV presenters AJ Odudu, Tilly Ramsey and Rhys Stephenson
Journalist and presenter Dan Walker
Actors Greg Wise, Nina Wadia, Katie McGlynn and Rose Ayling-Ellis
Celebrity baker John Whaite
Comedians Judi Love and Robert Webb
Businesswoman, entrepreneur and TV personality Sara Davies
Musician Tom Fletcher
Sports pundit and former rugby player Ugo Monye
'Queen of Latin' Shirley Ballas returns as head judge and joins judges Craig Revel Horwood, Motsi Mabuse and Anton Du Beke as the fabulous four cast their eyes on the Season 19 hopefuls and score them weekly on their performances.
This year's competition promises to be an entertaining and fun-filled glittery affair.
Murder and Justice: The Case of Martha Moxley
CBS Justice (DStv 170)
True Crime, Documentary Series
Hosted by former federal prosecutor and on-air legal analyst Laura Coates, this three-part series re-explores the infamous murder of Martha Moxley by taking a 360-degree look at the case's original evidence.
The show tests new theories that examine potentially overlooked clues with help from some of the world's preeminent crime experts.
Through new and exclusive interviews with those connected to the case, including former LAPD Homicide Detective Mark Fuhrman, trial defence attorney Mickey Sherman and Robert F. Kennedy Jr., as well as conversations with Martha's loved ones, Coates revisits the investigation and its aftermath in an attempt to understand the question that remains: Why has justice been so elusive for the Moxley family after so many years?
Mourning in Greenwich
Laura re-explores the tragic 1975 murder of 15-year-old Martha Moxley to learn about a mother's quest for justice, what the crime scene and autopsy reveal about the killer, and how a break in the 23-year cold case ends in arrest.
A Rollercoaster Trial
Laura re-explores Michael Skakel's 2002 trial to learn how prosecutors put him in jail, how defence lawyers got him out in 2013, and how a potential clue hints that two people might have killed Martha.
Laura delves into new theories about the murder, how Robert F. Kennedy Jr. investigated a potential eyewitness, and how Martha's mother copes without justice.