The GoodLife Network TV shows

The GoodLife NetworkThe GoodLife Network will be broadcast on the DSTV Premium, Extra, Compact, Family and Access Packages and will offer South African and SADC viewers a one-stop shop for original and acquired health, fitness and lifestyle content.


GLN Health Matters

Health Matters

A round-up of all your health stories.

Food Police

Food Police

The Food Police – In this reality programme our dietician hosts will help our candidates improve their eating habits by improving general food literacy – if it’s bad for you then substitute this with something healthier that may even cost you less.

Get Up Stand Up

Get up, Stand Up

Stories of everyday, community heroes who sacrifice their personal lives in order to make a difference in the lives of others.

Health Busters

Health Busters

Watch well known comedian and talk show host take on the products and populist health myths that wreak havoc in our lives.  The show is treated in a funny, entertaining and insightful way

Fit Life TV

Fit Life

A series promoting the concept that achieving fitness is affordable and within everyone’s reach. GLN will promote everyday Community Fitness Programmes happening in neighbourhoods and parks with inspiring ‘fitness makeover’ programmes.

Cooks for Life

Cooks for Life

Mogau Seshoene is an entrepreneur, foodie and cook. She is very passionate about food particularly South African Food. She runs a csompany that provides lessons on preparing South African cuisine for which she won The Lean Jump business incubation programme powered by Sabkickstart and The hook up dinner.

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Super Doc

SuperDoc will focus on women’s health issues. The program empowers viewers to access support and explores real case studies with in situ diagnostics. In each episode the show’s host, Dr Gau Motau, unpacks a health issue with a medical expert and we profile an everyday woman who has been personally affected.



Nomakanjani is a reality show that celebrates people who have endured different challenges within their relationships.  The show focuses on how the relationship was formed, how the family unit tackled what looked like an unsurmountable challenge. Nomakanjani seeks to highlight that we are all the same despite the surface differences.



YOLO is a youth TV talk show that deals with issues our youth eMzansi are dealing with. We strive to bring you talk that is honest and that will inspire positive life choices. Have your say on this page – be kind, be real, be constructive – YOLO x

YOLO is broadcast on DSTV’s Good Life
Network, Channel 199.

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