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3Hus­tle

Yanked off the air at one point be­cause of its con­tro­ver­sial sex­ual con­tent, Hus­tle de­serves praise for its courage in rep­re­sent­ing love as ac­cept­able for all South Africans, in­clud­ing queer ones. Thank­fully, the show re­turned to the screen.

2The Sober Com­pan­ion

Trevor Gumbi and Tif­fany Bar­buzano brought this lit­tleap­pre­ci­ated gem to the screen. How it failed to at­tract big au­di­ences is still puz­zling and I can only blame Hlaudi Mot­soe­neng for that.

1Real Talk with Anele

Who would have thought that a free (to the broad­caster) af­ter­noon talk show would be the best show of 2016? It just goes to show that true tal­ent, such as Anele Mdoda’s, shines re­gard­less. A spe­cial men­tion goes to Idols for choos­ing the best singer and the most de­serv­ing win­ner in Noma Khu­malo.

HUS­TLE

REAL TALK WITH ANELE

THE SOBER COM­PAN­ION

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