- A new show based on infidelity will be on Mzansi screens soon and it is titled Umakhwapheni
- The name of the show refers to a person who is a side chick or a side boyfriend to someone in a relationship
- Mzansi television fans are concerned about what the purpose of the show is going to be, saying they want better content
The Moja Love channel on DStv is going to be airing a new show starting in February about infidelity and television fans are a little worried about how it is going to go. The show is called Umakhwapheni, which means 'side chick' or 'side dude'.
Fans loved Jub Jub's Uyajola 9/9 on Moja Love because it exposed people who were cheating on their partners. Granted, there's always drama involved when someone cheats but sometimes these issues can be resolved.
Umakhwapheni's focus is going to be on people who are the side piece in a relationship and want to be done right by the person who is cheating with them. After the trailer was released, Mzansi TV fans went a little wild.
Mashabela Galane, who is a Mzansi comedian, is going to be hosting the show, which will definitely put a hilarious spin on things.
Take a look at some of the reactions on the trailer of Umakhwapheni from social media below:
"Eh. I foresee many divorces and breakups, but carry on Moja Love."
"Who comes up with these unnecessary shows mara?"
"This is will destroy people's lives. Some might even claim to be "umakhwapheni" just to destroy people's marriages or courtships."
"We need a show about helping people to get a job or starting a business in SA please."
"We don't want that nonsense. If you have nothing to be aired, it's better to play music."
Check out the trailer of the show below:
In other Mzansi television news, Briefly.co.za reported that the Fergusons are looking for fresh new talent. Ferguson Films is looking for some new talent in the acting scene in Mzansi and some people are ready to shoot their shot.
Production companies are usually urged to keep looking for new faces and the Fergusons have decided to do just that. Ferguson Films is owned by the Mzansi power couple Shona and Connie Ferguson.
For anyone who is trying to break into the industry, this is their chance to shine.
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