6 local reality TV shows we're obsessed with

2014-07-22 12:35

Cape Town - Since 2000, reality television has become the new hot thing.

With shows like Keeping Up With The Kardashians ranking in the dough it comes as no surprise that South Africa is also catching on and vying for its slice of the multimillion rand pie.

Here are 6 local TV shows that you have to watch :

1) Dineo's Diary

This show chronicles the life of pint sized TV presenter/actress Dineo Ranaka (and her equally interesting family) on her journey towards building a business empire.

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2) Mo love

Following one of SA's favourite celeb couples : Mome and Tol A$$ Mo, this reality show deals with the excitement and complications of being a newly married couple who are expecting a child. Tol A$$ Mo's humour and his love for his wife makes this show a must watch.

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3) Goal Diggerz

Presented by Bafana Bafana legend Benni McCarthy, this show follows successful soccer players all over the world. The players let viewers into their lives of luxury cars and showcase their expensive taste.

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4) Creative Union

The show features the journey of young people and their mentors as they tackle entrepreneurial challenges. Only one team comes out on top and wins a cash prize.

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5) My Perfect Wedding

This show chronicles the challenges faced by couples as they try to plan the perfect wedding in spite of the odds being stacked against them.

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6) Masterchef South Africa

Featuring South Africa's award winning chef and restauranteur Reuben Riffel, this upcoming season is bound to be even more interesting.

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