Even though Janu-worry is over, a lot of us are still feeling the pressure on our budgets. Or maybe you’re sticking to your New Year’s resolutions to cut back your spending and save up this year? Either way, DStv has budget-friendly packages to help you reach your goals while still giving you the best in local and international entertainment around.
You get to enjoy a variety of entertainment across different genres at a price point that suits your budget. DStv Family and DStv Access offer you everything from movies and kids shows to documentaries and news channels. It’s everything you want and expect from DStv, and it’s super affordable.
Movies you can relate to
We’ve all lost our tempers commuting to and from work. But when a frustrated middle-aged man in Everyman’s Taxi comes into some money, he decides to do something about it. With a plan to buy a taxi and get revenge for all the headaches they’ve caused him over the years, he instead gets an unexpected response when he smashes in the windscreen. Find out what happens on 10 February at 21:40 EAT on M-Net Movies 4, Channel 108, available on DStv Access.
Glued-to-the-screen kid shows
Even on a budget DStv hasn’t forgotten about the kids, and finding ways to keep them busy while you prepare dinner has never been easier. Puppy Dog Pals follows the adventures of puppy brothers Bingo and Rolly as they help their owner, Bob, complete exciting missions. Tune in weekdays at 18:00 EAT on Disney Junior, Channel 309, available on DStv Family.
More laughs, tears, and the truth revealed
What was it like to meet your in-laws for the first time? Chances are it was nerve-racking. But Date my Family Tanzania does it a little differently… Instead of meeting your potential partner first, these singletons meet with the families and only then decide if they even want to meet the prospective partner. Get ready for some shocking moments, Saturdays at 18:30 EAT on Maisha Magic Bongo, Channel 160, available on DStv Family.
Stay up to date with the news
It’s always good to stay up to date with what’s happening in the world. From social, economic, and political issues to the latest vaccine developments, Focus on Africa has you sorted. The programme looks at local and global news stories and will help you stay in the loop at all times. Catch the broadcast weekdays at 20:30 EAT on BBC World News, Channel 400, available on DStv Access.
Immerse yourself in reality TV
Catch a glimpse of some of the most beautiful – and sometimes disappointing – homes around the world as Jenni Falconer meets up with eight families in order to help them find their dream coastal homes. Fantasy Homes by the Sea is a great escape from reality and can even give you some pointers if you’re in the market for a new home. Stay up to date every weekdays at 14:54 EAT on BBC Lifestyle, Channel 174, available on DStv Family.
With these affordable packages from DStv, those budget blues don’t stand a chance. You can still enjoy some of the best local and international entertainment on TV today.
Remember to download the DStv app to enjoy live streaming services, and be sure to download the MyDStv app and manage your subscription from the comfort of your home.