Mokapelo 3 – Episode 3

July Mkhari is a quadriplegic born in Mpumalanga, who was involved in a car accident and wrote into Mokapelo to further pursue his radio career. Catch Mokapelo Wednesdays at 18:00 on SABC 1! Watch the full show here, directly after the TV broadcast at 18:30. Join us then! Mokapelo looks at self-love, personal and skills […]

Mokapelo 2 – Episode 20

He who is not courageous enough to take risks will accomplish nothing in life. Mohammad Ali On tonight’s episode of Mokapelo, we travel all the way to QwaQwa in the Free State to help 25-year-old Monica Mochela. She has a life-threatening disease that she’s hidden from her parents since she was diagnosed. Mokapelo holds her […]

Mokapelo 3 – Episode 2

Ntombikayise is a 22-year-old lady from Soweto. She is having a hard time living and prospering because of an ordeal she experienced. She was stabed by her uncle with a beer bottle on her eye 5years ago. She wants Mokapelo to help her forgive him so she can move on and live her life. Facebook: […]

Mokapelo 2 – Episode 6

Your life does not get better by chance, it gets better by change. Jim Rohn 27-year-old Simnikiwe Cekiso from Thembisa started drinking at age 14 and has never stopped. He believes his lifestyle of alcoholism is what is preventing him from living a full, healthy and successful life that will reflect his pay grade. Simnikiwe […]

Mokapelo 3 – Episode 14

Thabo Kunene is a father of 4 from Soweto. He was a criminal in his past life and wants help in making sure that he does not go back to that life. Zanele puts him on a journey of forgiveness as his past is haunting him. Catch Mokapelo Wednesdays at 18:00 on SABC 1! Watch […]

Mokapelo 3 – Episode 1

Hlengiwe Maisa is a 24-year-old, a mother of 1 from Palm Ridge in the East Rand. She was born with HIV and is at a helpless point in her life where the virus is stronger than her. Mokapelo puts her on a journey of healing the physical as well as the mental. Facebook: @mokapelo Twitter: […]

Mokapelo 2 – Episode 9

Values are like fingerprints. Nobody’s are the same but you leave them all over everything you do. Elvis Presley 21-year-old mother, Boitumelo, from Orange Farm wrote to Mokapelo asking for assistance, as her relationship with her mother is in shambles. Boitumelo made bad decisions as a teenager and that has resulted in the bond of […]

Mokapelo 2 – Episode 16

Life is ten percent what you experience and ninety percent how you respond to it. Dorothy M Neddermeyer 28-year-old Thato Tsotesi was a victim of hate crime nearly to a decade ago and has since had a difficult time moving on. Zanele helps Thato confront his anxieties by reconnecting with the artist inside himself. […]

Mokapelo 2 – Episode 5

We do not heal the past by dwelling there; we heal the past by living fully in the present. Marianne Williamson After the passing of her mother 5 years ago, 25-year-old Puseletso Lekaota from Soshanguve has battled to cope with her grief. Puseletso’s depression has hindered many aspects of her life, including her studies to […]

Mokapelo 2 – Episode 26

The future belongs to those who prepare for it today. Malcolm X Tonight on Mokapelo we bid farewell to the second season. Thirteen of the favorite characters from the last six months reunite to share their journeys’ and dreams. We bring you a fun day, packed with action, water sports, first moments and gratitude. […]