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Family members of psychiatric patients who died earlier this year hold an ‘Esidimeni 37’ prayer vigil outside Gauteng Health MEC Qedani Mahlangu’s offices yesterday. The 37 patients died after being transferred from Life Esidimeni into the care of NGOs. Findings of the investigation into the tragedy would be released next month, health ombudsman Professor Malegapuru Makgoba said. Picture Creditc: Antonio Muchave. ©Sowetan
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Kuli Roberts to look at the scandalous lives of sports stars

By Bongiwe Sithole | 2014-08-20 12:07:59.0

Media personality Kuli Roberts is set to bring you the best of scandals related to sports stars on her new TV show titled ‘Scandalous Fridays’.

Kicking off on 3 October 2014, ‘Scandalous Fridays’ will air on Trace Sports Starts at 9pm every Friday.

Roberts plans to unfold the shameful stories of famous sports stars across the world and discuss how they ended up in messy situations.

However she says the five episode show will be less grilling and more focused on the 'glam' life of stars and how it goes from good to bad.

Less of Kuli’s judgmental style will be seen on the show.

“The show is very glamorous. I will be unfolding their drama and judging them from afar within the format of international shows.

“I like the fact that I am still allowed to bring out my character,” Kuli says.

On the other hand more of Kuli will be on your television, in bits and pieces she spills the beans about another exciting entertainment show she is currently shooting for with DSTV.

“I am back on TV with more exciting adventures, as much as I can’t reveal much about it but one thing I can tell you is that Headlines was just a glimpse of the entertainment buzz. This show is better and will have you tuned in. I am also busy with a food show,” she says.

Kuli also co-hosts the weekly breakfast show with Bob Mabena on Kaya FM.