SABC 1 Spring Cleaning Their Programming
SABC 1 has made a few changes to their programming. Here are those we thought are worth knowing…
as announced by Fo Sho:
1.) LIVE AMP replaces LIVE
The current season of Live ends on Friday 31 August 2012 and will be replaced by Live Amp – a new format show with exciting fresh elements will start airing on Friday 14 Sept @ 21h00. Private auditions are currently being held to find a male presenter to join Luthando Shosha. Bonang will not be lost to Mzansi Fo Sho viewers who have grown to love and admire her – fans will still enjoy her excellent presenting skills in a new role. Watch this space for further exciting announcements.
2.) TURN IT OUT STREET BATTLE replaces JIKA MAJIKA
Season 10 of Jika Majika ends mid October 2012 and the second season of Turn It Out; now titled – Turn It Out Street Battle – will take over from Wednesday 24th at 19h00 without Mac Leshomo at the helm. In season 2 the Turn It Out studio takes to the streets of Gauteng, Durban & Cape Town as we create a series of 26 urban dance battles featuring some of SA’s top dancers – battling it out for the title of SA’s top street dancer.. Presenters and judges are not yet confirmed as talent screening is continuing.
3.) FAN BASE replaces JAM ALLEY
The current season of Jam Alley (S26) goes off air after the final episode airs on Friday 21 September.
A brand new show called Fan Base will take over from Friday 28th September 2012 @ 18:h30. Fan Base is a playful, light-hearted and fun-filled music variety show – provides space for interaction between musicians and fans in an intimate and fun way. The presenter of the show is Zulu Boy.
4.) MZANSI INSIDER Revamped
The variety show has opened a new leaf and has introduced changes and roped in an a new co-host, facilitator and anchor – Kedibone Mkhabela (former SABC1 channel Ambassador) – the format has also changed as the show will now reposition itself as a current affairs talk driven offering. Comedians, Sifiso Nene and Skhumbi form part of the studio panel, to share their thoughts on topics under discussion in a light-hearted funny way.