Takalani Sesame muppets visiting your town

South Africa’s much-loved Takalani Sesame muppets are celebrating 10 years of a successful partnership between SABC Education and Sanlam, which has sponsored Takalani Sesame since the first broadcast in 2000.

Takalani Sesame is a fun, innovative programme that allows children to celebrate their childhood through learning, loving, playing, laughing and dreaming.  

Takalani Sesame is broadcast on SABC radio stations; X-K FM, Lesedi FM, Umhlobo Wenene FM, Motsweding FM, Ikwekwezi FM, Thobela FM, Ukhozi FM, Ligwalagwala FM, Phalaphala FM, MLFM, SAfm, RSG and Trufm.

The Takalani Sesame muppets will be at the following venues:

  • l October 16 2010: Kabokweni Stadium, Mpumalanga, Nelspruit
  • 1 October 19 2010: Newcastle CBD, Newcastle, KwaZulu-Natal
  • 1 October 23 2010: Umlazi Mega City Mall, Durban, KwaZulu-Natal
  • l October 26 2010: QwaQwa CBD and surrounds, QwaQwa, Free State
  • l October 30 2010: Mangaung Outdoor Sports Centre, Bloemfontein, Free State
  • l November 6 2010: Gugulethu Sports Complex, Khayelitsha, Western Cape
  • l November 13 2010: Galeshewe Stadium, Kimberley, Northern Cape
  • l November 20 2010: Mega City Shopping Mall, Mafikeng (Mmabatho), North West
  • l November 23 2010: Krugersdorp CBD and surrounds, Mogale City (Krugersdorp)
  • l November 27 2010: Thokoza Park, Soweto, Gauteng


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