Explore your decoder anew: Celebrate Africa Month with DStv’s exceptional


Revive your decoder, get on board via the MyDStv App and indulge yourself in the best of African entertainment!

This Africa Month, DStv is calling all dormant customers to dust off their decoders and join the vibrant world of African storytelling and entertainment. During May, through the convenient MyDStv App, customers can easily access a wide selection of shows that spotlight African talent, culture, and creativity.

Delve into Zambia's intense drama, Zuba season 8, airing on Zambezi Magic, available from the Compact package. Follow as the powerful Sosala and Jere families navigate a web of secrets and betrayal, threatening their empire. This intense telenovela unfolds Monday to Wednesday at 20:00 CAT.

School Ties, a four-part documentary series on M-Net within the Premium package, uncovers hidden abuse in South African boys’ schools. This important series debuts on Thursday 16 May at 21:00 CAT.

Sports enthusiasts can catch the action-packed conclusion of the Premier League season, spotlighting Egypt’s Mohamed Salah's exceptional speed and scoring skills, key to Liverpool's success. Watch him aim to conclude the season on SS Premier League, available through the Compact package.

Our documentary and nature series, such as African Shark Safari on Discovery Channel and Wild Botswana on Nat Geo Wild, both available on the Family package, invite viewers to explore the rich biodiversity of Africa. Don't miss these on Sunday 19 May, starting at 12:10 CAT for African Shark Safari and at 18:45 CAT for Wild Botswana.

Not to be missed is the 10th Africa Magic Viewers' Choice Awards on Africa Magic Showcase, part of the Compact package, where the continent's filmmaking talents are celebrated, airing on Saturday 11 May.

This Africa Month, reconnect with DStv and celebrate the continent's rich storytelling tradition from the comfort of your home.

Download the MyDStv App, reactivate your decoder, and select the package that best suits your viewing preferences. Join us for a month-long celebration of Africa’s vibrant culture and unmatched talen

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