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On the Devi show tonight, best you double-check account details before you transfer the cash, email compromise is a real thing! Later South African comedian Kevin Fraser has us in stitches! It’s fun. It’s real. Welcome to your Friday!

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.

This Friday night on the Devi show,

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.https://www.instagram.com/p/CFRN8-XgQZj/

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