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Sophie Ndaba share her journey with diabetes on a new TV show

ByMapule Nkosi

Nov 9, 2020

SABC2 is about to bring a once-in-a-lifetime show about issues that affect South Africans. The host-less show called Tri-A-Logue will see three people, mostly prominent, in a sit down and talking about health issues and social issues.

Announcing the new show, the TV channel said in a statement: “In this 13-part series, three people, some of whom are very prominent, meet to discuss issues that have impacted their lives and that affect thousands of South Africans on a daily basis, from major health matters to different social ills that are plaguing our communities.”

The three ladies have all been living with different types of diabetes. Other topics that will be discussed on the show include living positively with HIV, managing TB, female ex-offenders, living with albinism, alcoholism, breast cancer, teen mums and single dads.

“We also look at the scourge of rape culture, and gender-based violence. These two subjects will be discussed over two episodes, each from the male and female perspectives,” the statement said.

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