TELEVISION: On the Devi show, a tenant from hell who blindsides his landlords by dodging rental payments, stealing possessions and destroying property. Devi Sankaree Govender sits down with the man known to be a serial squatter. Thereafter, Devi chats to the Sikelela Nomvete, better known as ‘Mr Allofit’ who is smashing through stereotypes, creating a uniquely genre-defying, gender-bending sound.
In a COVID-19 future, Devi has had to reinvent her show a few times before coming up with the Devi show. Govender’s television show plans to take on scammers, crooks, corporates while bringing an added touch of sassy and spicy in-your-face entertainment. Adding the happy to your Friday nights, Govender has taken the COVID-19 impact on South Africans into consideration, realizing that audiences need a break to recharge. With that in mind, you can expect Govender to unleash the fun while taking on real consumer issues that connect with you. The Devi show airs every Friday night, on e.tv at 6:30 PM and then later on eNCA at 8:30 PM. With a unique sense of humour and no-nonsense approach, Devi Sankaree Govender will delve into the lives of a variety of extraordinary guests in her thirty-minute show.
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Devi Sankaree Govender is an award-winning investigative journalist who has spent the past 24 years working in the media, starting out on radio and later turning to print and television. Devi, an MBA graduate, joined Carte Blanche in 2002 and often finds herself in the middle of life-threatening situations. She has gained a reputation for being fearless in her efforts to expose corruption wherever it exists. You can also catch up with previous #Devi show here
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