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Stay in and save with DStv 

Januworry has passed, but this time of the year can still be financially straining. If you’re looking for ways to save cash, try supplementing your social outings with DStv and enjoy first-class entertainment for the whole month.

Sunday Movie Night: How High

Weekend date nights do not need to be spent outside of your four walls. Instead, why not use a comedy movie as an excuse to have a laugh with your better half and cuddle up? In this 2001 comedy, two college friends decide to smoke something magical, which eventually helps them pass their college entrance exam guaranteeing them a place the prestigious, Harvard University. 

Catch the comedy and parody on Sunday the 16th February, on BET (DStv Channel 139) at 20:00 CAT.          

Cinema concept with popcorn

Dining: Masterchef Australia

Forget eating out! Rather, stay in and learn how to make your own gourmet meals with Masterchef Australia. After just one episode you’ll feel confident enough to take on professional chefs like Gordon Ramsay – or cook him a meal he won’t yell at, at least.

Watch season 11 of Masterchef Australia, weekdays on M-Net (DStv Channel 101/102) at 18:00 CAT.

Soccer matches: Barcelona vs Getafe

Skip the pub and enjoy the soccer from the comfort of your home with your mates. You might have to splurge a little on snacks, but when you watch FC Barcelona host Getafe, it will be well worth it.

Catch the top of the table clash on Saturday, 15 February on SuperSport 7 at 17:00 CAT.

Baking: Extreme Cake Makers

Do you find yourself spending unnecessary money on sweet delicacies? Why not try your hand at doing it yourself! Aspiring bakers can find all sorts of inspiration on Extreme Cake Makers to impress friends and family with some home-baked treats like a delicious cake.

Watch Extreme Cake Makers weekdays on Lifetime (DStv Channel 131) at 11:55 CAT.

Clubbing: 30 African Hit

Feel like dancing the night away? Ain’t nobody got time for queues or people pushing into you! Instead, switch on Trace Africa and crank up the volume to the lineup of the top 30 songs in Africa and turn your living room into your own nightclub. 

Put on your dancing shoes every Wednesday and switch on TraceAfrica (DStv Channel 326) at 20:00 CAT.

Download DStv Now to catch your favourite shows remotely wherever you are. Don’t forget to get the MyDStv App to manage your account from the comfort of your home.

Be sure to also check out DStv’s ‘Step Up’ offer which gives customers access to a  higher package when they pay their subscription on time. Learn more on this exciting offer here: www.dstv.co.za  

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