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One Africa TV celebrates Namibia with exciting new shows

Judging from the amount of local content making it onto the One Africa TV (OATV) schedule, the year is looking bright for Namibian TV.

A host of entertaining shows reflecting the realities of popular Namibian entertainment personalities have been bringing a local flavour to OATV while a hot new show will be making its debut in 2020.
Here is what viewers can look forward to in 2020:

‘Planet Michaels’
Originally starting off as a vlog, ‘Planet Michaels’ follows the adventures of a multicultural family of four who document their travels, lifestyle, and adventures. The show is based on a variety of fun and exciting experiences that they get to experience as a family, giving viewers a glimpse into the life of Namibia’s most-followed vlogging family.
Watch ‘Planet Michaels’ on Sundays at 18h30 with repeats on Thursdays at 20h00 and Saturday’s at 07h00.


‘Family affairs’
‘Family Affairs’ is a reality show capturing the drama, excitement, romance and celebrity world of well-known Namibian musicians, Matongo Family.
This TS Media Production brings to the screen the never before told story of Namibia’s most loved music trio. Initially starting as a way of documenting the trio’s reunion for the 2016 NAMAs, the show concept eventually gave way to a bigger
vision of doing something meaningful. On ‘Family Affairs’, the members of Matongo Family merge their love for music with the audiovisual storytelling medium. Watch ‘Family Affairs’ on Sundays at 18h00 with repeats on Mondays at 21h00, Tuesdays at 21h30 and Saturdays at 06h30.

‘Die Eintlike Vibe’
‘Die Eintlike Vibe’ is a hot new Namibian music show featuring quiz games, live performances, and mini-interviews with Namibia’s hottest musicians.

This is the first Namibian TV show that is produced and presented by artists for artists, making for intimate, trustworthy engagement. Primarily centered on reviewing music albums, it has evolved into a platform where artists are interviewed by music peers who understand the struggles in the music industry.

Superstar Adora serves as the main host while kwaito sensation Tulisan holds it down as the co-host for the gaming.


Look out for ‘Die Eintleke Vibe’ coming soon on OATV.

‘Yellow Submarine’
Centered around the arts but branching out into other areas such as medicine and issues affecting artists, ‘Yellow Submarine’ is an hour-long sit-down talk show with Namibian celebrities. Targeted to a demographic of art lovers from the age of 16, the show’s content is compelling, with interviews from many of Namibia’s Legends. The likes of Ras Sheehama, Sally Boss Madam and Gazza have all featured as guests with compelling interviews that are not to be missed. Watch ‘Yellow Submarine’ on Sundays at 16h30 with repeats on Saturdays at 20h00.
OATV is available to view on GOtv 90, DStv 284, DStv Now and

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