It takes a Village 2 – Eps 13: Season Finale

Three months ago, champion footballer Teko Modise came home to Soweto and he didn’t like what he saw was happening to his hometown. This made him sad and he decided to hang up his soccer boots and get involved by trying to make a difference by helping young men from all over Soweto. There are […]

It takes a Village – Eps 2 (15 Nov 2017)

Thandi tried her best to raise her siblings when their parents died but it wasn’t easy and her relationship with her younger sister has fallen apart. Thandi wants to mend her relationship with her sister and bring her back into the family home. DJ Zinhle is committed to making a difference in the lives of […]

It takes a Village – Eps 11 (24 Jan 2018)

Catch It takes a Village with DJ Zinhle, Wednesdays at 21h00, exclusive to SABC 1 Mzansi Fo Sho! Watch full episodes here at 22:00. Join us then! It Takes a Village is a new reality format with a difference as we will see our very own DJ Zinhle like she’s never been seen before on […]

It takes a Village 2 – Eps 7: Kabelo

21-year-old Kabelo from Chaiwelo has big dreams of becoming a footballer. However, there are plenty competition and the odds are terrible. Teko Modise tries to persuade Kabelo to utilize his time whiles waiting to make his big break, more productively. Catch It takes a Village season 2 with Teko Modise, Wednesdays at 21:00, exclusive to […]

It takes a Village 2 – Eps 8: Tsehla

South Africa has a very high number of absent fathers. 20-year-old Tshehla Kekana had contact with his father. But recently a stranger claimed to be his biological father. This disturbed Tsehla so much so that he lost direction. He gave up his studies, future dreams of becoming a writer and started drinking. He believes he […]

It takes a Village – Eps 3 (22 Nov 2017)

Zama is sad. Her family is constantly at each other’s throats. They just don’t get along. She escapes the negativity by sniffing glue. Now, she can’t find a job and she wants to change her life. Catch It takes a Village with DJ Zinhle, Wednesdays at 21h00, exclusive to SABC 1 Mzansi Fo Sho! Watch […]

It takes a Village 2 – Eps 3 – Ofentse

Ofentse Mothibi’s mother abandoned him when he was 6 years old. He was left to provide for his two younger brothers and had to take on the responsibilities of an adult. The financial and emotional support that his brothers needed took its toll. Ofense’s school work took a back seat. Host Teko Modise is a […]

It takes a Village 2 – Eps 4: Thomas

On Heritage day we celebrate our cultural diversity, reconciliation, peace and economic development. In this episode Teko Modise feels that the most basic human desire is to feel like you belong: Heritage and fitting in are important. When we see that someone supports the same team we do, we feel a sort of bond. A […]

It takes a Village 2 – Eps 5: Siphiwe

When Teko Modise started IT TAKES A VILLAGE SEASON 2 a while ago, his intention was simple: He wanted to become a better man by helping young men overcome their obstacles. 19-year-old Siphiwe Makhathini made some seriously bad decisions growing up and now he feels weighed down. Catch It takes a Village season 2 with […]

It takes a Village 2 – Eps 6: Noone

When Noone’s father started using intimidation, violence and aggression to solve problems, Noone started feeling frightened, angry, ashamed, and disbelief that it is even happening. He abandoned their home and took up his father responsibilities by providing for his mother and siblings, financially. How does a young man juggle school, piece jobs and being a […]

It takes a Village – Eps 1 (8 Nov 2017)

DJ Zinhle is committed to making a difference in the lives of young women in South Africa starting in her hometown Dannhauser, KZN. It’s a small town in crisis. It’s challenges reflects the social issues faced by small towns across South Africa – unemployment, alcohol and drug abuse, teenage pregnancy, crime, just to name some. […]

It takes a Village 2 – Eps 2: Rodney

Rodney Koos was released after serving a 3-year prison sentence. He returned to Kliptown, the same community he lived and socialised in before his arrest. Kliptown has a high rate of poverty and crime. Leaving many residents feeling left out from society with little access to social support programs. Having to deal with an ex-prisoner […]