Now Mzansi’s controversial and much-loved reality show Uyajola 9/9, is known for bringing the drama every week, each Sunday and it seems this Sunday’s episode is no different.
Dubbed the ‘SA Cheaters’, Uyajola 9/9 with each episode aims to expose those cheating on their partners. This Sunday’s episode will debut a coloured a couple and judging from the trailer it’s going to be a lit episode and viewers cannot wait.
— PHIL MATUTU (@PhilMatutu) May 24, 2020
Rayleigh gets more than she bargained for during her search for the truth. #Uyajola99
Sun at 21h00 on Moja LOVE DStv CH 157 pic.twitter.com/jBe2dqqIwJ
— MojaLoveTv DStv Channel 157 (@MojaLoveTv) May 22, 2020
Whilst viewers cannot wait for 21:00 for the episode some have a few concerns for tonight’s episode. Viewers hope that the episode will not be shot with a drone that was used last week. Last week, viewers felt that the drone camera failed to capture some much-needed scenes during the episode and of course shared their views on Twitter.
— HLONII🎬🎭 (@HloniLesedi) May 24, 2020
Moja Love’s Uyajola 9/9 continues to be a firm favourite amongst South African viewers in April, according to the statistics of the Broadcast Research Council Of South Africa pulled a total of 1.3 million viewers landing on the top 10 of the most viewed DStv programmes.
TV: #Uyajola99 soars in ratings
Sunday May 17th, the controversial show’s double bill episodes sprinted 🏃🏾 to huge numbers
The first episode hit 1,65million viewers beating the show’s April top episode ARs
10PM episode leapt to 2,1million viewers — a Moja Love Channel record pic.twitter.com/7YnVjeNO5B
— Phil Mphela (@PhilMphela) May 20, 2020
In other news – Good news for South Africans when they move to level 3 lockdown
A widely-circulated Draft Level 3 Regulations document sheds light on potential changes to the lockdown rules when South Africa moves to alert level 3. While the authenticity of the document has not been verified, it was cited in various Sunday newspapers with government insiders confirming its content. The Sunday Times reported that the Minister for Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma has tabled the draft level 3 regulations. Read more