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DStv highlights - January 10, 2014

Anna Oslon teaches you how to bake some of the simplest delights such as croissants and cakes. Once you get the hang of it, you will never buy another cake from the store.

Toni Braxton and her lesser known family let us in on their personal lives beyond the music in Braxton Family Values II.

l 28Up South Africa (part 2), Al Jazeera, 20.00

This series follows a diverse range of young South Africans as they grow up. Filming them every seven years from the age of seven, we see them develop against a backdrop of dramatic political change. Previous episodes in the series – 7Up, 14Up and 21Up – have followed them from the apartheid era, through Mandela’s presidency and the dawning of a new rainbow nation. In 28Up re-visit them aged 28.

Welcome to the world of Big Ang! After five years of running the Drunken Monkey, Ang has decided to give the bar a facelift in hopes of taking it to the next level and drawing a younger, sexier crowd. Ang aims to throw the biggest “re-grand opening” party Staten Island has ever seen, and hires a group of sexy guys to serve up shots.

Vince is home from hospital. Tamar has post-traumatic stress disorder. Trina is readying for her trip to the Big Easy to perform solo.

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