DStv highlights - December 10, 2012

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Women On Top, The Home Channel, 18.00

No one would ever pair up Laura DeLuisa and Cristina Bartolucci. Opposites in so many ways, each became top Hollywood hair and make-up artists. Yet, they decided to risk everything, give up their careers and jump into a new business – together. In this episode, we see how they united to beat the odds in the glamorous world of cosmetics.

Harry’s Law, M-Net Series, 19.30

Harry’s back with an attitude, as she hones her courtroom arguments and winning style. On the heels of Harry’s rising reputation, Harry’s Law and Fine Shoes start landing larger cases. And alongside her newfound success, she’s looking to bring in some new hotshot attorneys to help out the team.

Come Dine With Me: South Africa, BBC Entertainment, 20.00

The final episode. First host is legal secretary Annelize du Preez, who likes to stir things up. Then there is Mandla Mazibuko, a self-styled street boss of Greenside; Jillian Naidoo, a long-suffering soccer-mom and joker in the pack, Warren Heroldt. Expect a week of weirdness, too many accents, too much hugging and too many socks!

Man Up Season, Vuzu, 22.30

Will installs a home security system, but the system keeps tripping and wreaks havoc in their lives. Craig reconnects with Lisa, the girl whose wedding he broke up. Grant gets Kenny to play a “trust the universe” game with him with his new GPS, letting the GPS randomly select their destination...

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