RANT & RAVE

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Share your views via SMS on 35982 or email tv­plus@me­dia24.com. • [on Game Of Thrones de­lay­ing the start of the next sea­son] Oh no! Thought it will come fast. I’m wait­ing im­pa­tiently for sea­son 7 – ZOLA ZWANE, VIA FACE­BOOK • I’m not happy with the changes on SABC! How can they put 7de Laan on SABC2 and Isidingo on SABC3 on in the same times­lot? – JENNI BROWN, EAST LON­DON • There’s noth­ing more ir­ri­tat­ing than a dis­re­spect­ful, ill-man­nered youth like Vusi in Mu­vhango. Can’t he fol­low the ex­am­ple Azwin­dini is set­ting? – ANONY­MOUS, VIA SMS • I wish that Hec­tor was still alive [on Scan­dal!] so that I can see what Yvonne had to say now that she slept with him – MTHOBISI MASEKO, VIA FACE­BOOK • So fed up with Din­tle in Scan­dal! and her lies. Time for her to go and the sto­ry­line with her, Mangi and Lu­cas – it’s gone on far too long. In fact, get rid of all three of them. We need new sto­ries and ac­tors – ANONY­MOUS, VIA SMS • Kat, please come back on Isidingo. We miss you. Or at least be a ghost and tor­ture Lin­coln – PAM BHENGU, VIA FACE­BOOK • There are three re­peats of The Bold & The Beau­ti­ful a day on SABC2 and 3. Take two away and then there’s enough time for Days Of Our Lives. Please! – ANITA, VIA SMS • So sorry to read that Days Of Our Lives has been dumped. What on earth could pos­si­bly re­place that af­ter so many long years of plea­sure? – ANONY­MOUS, VIA SMS • Can SABC2 please stop the an­i­ma­tion on their logo? Un­like SABC1 and SABC3 where the logo is static, the con­tin­u­ous rolling and chang­ing of colour is an­noy­ing and ter­ri­bly dis­tract­ing! – AMANDA, AL­BER­TON • Can you tell me why the 2 on the top right-hand side of the TV has a brightly coloured ball go­ing round it ev­ery cou­ple of sec­onds – be­sides hurt­ing your eyes, this is very dis­tract­ing when try­ing to watch a show – JENNY HOR­TON, VIA EMAIL

It’s go­ing to be a bit longer to see Cer­sei and her pals on Game Of Thrones again.

Din­tle’s ly­ing ways have view­ers talk­ing.

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