The Real Housewives of Johannesburg Season 2 will chronicle the lives of seven enviably wealthy Jozi women as they negotiate life as family women, businesswomen and friends, with the first episode landing on 1Magic on Friday, 18 October 2019 at 19:00 on both DStv Now and Showmax at the same time!
Here are the ladies who will bring the spice in Season 2
First up, returning fan favourite Brinnette Seopela. The beauty and cosmetic entrepreneur is on the rise with major plans in the pipeline. Audiences fell in love with her gorgeous spirit and looks in Season 1, while she was planning the most lavish traditional and white wedding.
Songstress and former lawyer turned businesswoman Christall Kay is another returning favourite. She takes us on a journey with her musical career as she learns to juggle new dynamics and everyday pressures of daily life and making “new friends.”
Amongst these driven and charming ladies is Welkom-born Lebo Gunguluza, who is married to a well-known businessman Lebo Gunguluza. She has published The South African Music Awards (SAMA) magazine for the past 5 years, and was dubbed SA’s youngest publisher. She is known for saying“My definition of wealth is sleeping, waking up and still making money.”
We will also meet Lethabo “Lejoy” Mathatho, who is hard to miss with banging blonde locks and a personality to match. She comes all the way from Seshego, Limpopo. Lethabo is a founder of the LeJoy Foundation and is a radio and TV presenter who studied Journalism at TUT.
Amongst the new Housewives is the worldly, free spirited, Botswana-born and UK-raised mother of five Mpho Merriweather, who is a chic wife, Afropunk Project Manager and trained jewellery designer who is considered the life of a party, a global nomad.
Nompumelelo “Mrs Mops” Mophatlane is the quintessential Housewife married to IT mogul Isaac Mophatlane. Mrs Mops is a drama and theatre graduate and a mother of three who enjoys boxing and yoga.
The gorgeous Tarina Patel is a Bollywood star and businesswoman born in Cape Town and raised in Durban. She has been in a number of Bollywood films and South African soapies, and starred in a film called One Night with the King.