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Dig in with documentaries as off today

Feed your curiosity with these factual gems

Whether you’re streaming live on DStv Now or watching later on DStv Catch Up, don’t miss out on these wonderful doccies.
The Rise and Fall of Pablo Escobar
He was one of the most prolific drug dealers ever, with a net worth estimated to be of about US$30 billion. So powerful was he that he almost brought Colombia to the brink of collapse. Hunting Pablo Escobar down became a desperate mission for the US DEA agents – and this is the true story behind his ultimate capture. Watch never-before-seen footage and photographs of Escobar’s life and meet the agents responsible for his capture in this two-hour special.
Watch on DStv Now from tomorrow


Escaping the Madhouse: The Nellie Bly Story
On a mission to expose the deplorable conditions and mistreatment of patients at the notorious Women’s Lunatic Asylum, investigative reporter Nellie Bly feigns mental illness in order to be institutionalised to report from the inside. This Lifetime Original Movie follows her harrowing story.
Watch on DStv Now as of today.


BTK: A Killer Among Us

Dennis Rader, who became known as the BTK Strangler (which stands for Bind, Torture, Kill), terrorised residents of Wichita, Kansas for 30 years, killing 10 people. By the time he was captured in 2005, he’d destroyed lives and left a legacy of destruction. Here, the investigators on the case, the families of those who were murdered and even his own daughter talk about his effect on their lives.
Watch on DStv Now from tomorrow


Finding Justice S1
Dwayne Johnson executive produces this documentary that sets out to expose the levels of inequality in black communities across America. Luckily there are those who continue to fight for justice. This is the story of those heroes, leaders and activists who are doing whatever it takes to bring about change.
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