“Introducing the Fresh Faces of ‘The Real Housewives of Durban’ for Season 4

“Introducing the Fresh Faces of ‘The Real Housewives of Durban’ for Season 4

Fans of the longest-running ‘The Real Housewives’ franchise in Africa are in for a treat as the highly anticipated fourth season is set to premiere this February. As viewers eagerly await the reunion of ‘The Real Housewives of Lagos,’ Mzansi’s Durban queens are gearing up to captivate audiences once again.

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Showmax has unveiled the first cast picture for the upcoming season, sparking excitement among fans who eagerly zoom in to catch a glimpse. While the graphic may not be entirely captivating, enthusiasts are hopeful that the rest of season four will not be as disappointing as the unclear preview.”

Original Housewives Nonku Williams and Sorisha Naidoo Officially Attain OG Status in Season Four

This season, Original Housewives Nonku Williams and Sorisha Naidoo solidify their OG status as the only two ladies who have been part of the cast since the inception of ‘The Real Housewives of Durban’ in season one.

Regrettably, fans will miss the presence of Annie Mthembu, who has decided to step back from the show due to mental health reasons.

Surprisingly, Jojo Robinson, despite initially stating otherwise, makes a return to ‘The Real Housewives of Durban.’ Speculations arise that her return might be motivated by the desire to showcase her newly renovated home, courtesy of her significant other, affectionately known as her “boo bear.”

One person who is returning, to ‘The Real Housewives of Durban’ despite saying she wouldn’t is Jojo Robinson. Picture: Supplied

Maria Valaskatzis Marks a Return for Another Season; Optimism Surrounds Reconciliation with Bestie Ruan – Hoping Tears Take a Backseat

As the upcoming season unfolds, Maria Valaskatzis makes a notable comeback, raising expectations for a potential reconciliation with her bestie, Ruan. Fans are crossing their fingers, expressing the wish that Ruan’s tears won’t dominate the screen too much this time around.

In a surprising turn of events, the production team has decided to bring back Slindile Wendy Ndlovu for her second stint on the show, despite her involvement in a physical altercation during the final episode of the previous season. This unexpected decision sparks discussions about the appropriateness of violence in reality TV, emphasizing that ‘The Real Housewives’ isn’t WWE.

Hopefully on season four Slindile Wendy Ndlovu won’t loose her cool and throw hands. Picture: Supplied

“The upcoming season of ‘The Real Housewives of Durban’ promises to be grander and more captivating,” declared Sam Kelly, the executive producer at Let It Rain Films.

“We’ve got the beloved OGs that fans have grown to adore, and we’re introducing three new dynamic women who will add a fresh perspective to the franchise.”

This season, viewers will have the pleasure of meeting three new cast members, each bringing a unique flair that producers are confident will resonate with the audience. Here are the introductions to the newest members of the cast:

Ameigh Sibahle Thompson:

Meet Ameigh Thompson, also known as Amanda Sosibo. A devoted mother of two and a maritime graduate employed in the pharmaceutical industry, Ameigh is currently enjoying a well-deserved break. In addition to her professional endeavors, she is the founder of the Fundisiwe Foundation, named in honor of her late mother.

As a fresh addition to the cast, Thompson is excited about the opportunities and challenges that ‘The Real Housewives of Durban’ presents. “I decided to join the show because I absolutely love trying new things. I wanted to experience this and challenge myself. Being part of the franchise will not only open up many opportunities but also take me out of my comfort zone.”

Nqobile “Angel” Ndlela:

Hailing from Howick and now residing in Umhlanga, Angel Ndlela is an ambitious individual with a degree in Industrial Organisational Psychology. As a serial entrepreneur involved in construction, taxis, manufacturing, and fashion design, she brings a diverse range of business interests to the table. Apart from her ventures, Angel is an aspiring musician, host, and social influencer.

At 29, she is the youngest member of the cast and sees this opportunity as the perfect time to introduce herself to the world. “I am in a good space and I want to share my journey into marriage and motherhood with the fans of the show.”

Zamaswazi Ngcobo:

Zama Ngcobo, a familiar face in the radio and TV industry, grew up in Eshowe in Zululand. With an illustrious career on prominent platforms, she joined ‘The Real Housewives’ because she loves a challenge. Despite warnings from others, Zama is eager to diversify her portfolio and venture into the world of reality TV.

‘The Real Housewives of Durban’ Season 4 is set to premiere on February 9, exclusively on Showmax.

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