Devi Sankaree Govender goes drifting with the Queen of Smoke, Stacey Lee May in episode 11 of the Devi show. A new show airs every Friday night on e.tv at 6:30 PM and eNCA at 8:30 PM. It’s estimated that a master conman and his accomplices may have conned as much as R500-million out of over 300 victims in what’s been described as one of the biggest litigation funding schemes ever, in South Africa. And from being bullied at high school to being a charismatic daredevil behind the wheel of her pink BMW, Stacey Lee May has wormed her way into the hearts of the South African motorsport fraternity.
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.
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.
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