- The Real Housewives of Durban has officially kicked off to a very dramatic start
- The reality TV show was aired on Showmax and Mzansi already can't deal with the unfolding chaos
- Excited viewers took to social media to share their thoughts about the first episode
The Real Housewives of Durban (RHOD) has kicked off on Showmax and the drama did not disappoint. The first show started out by introducing the cast via an event hosted by one of the housewives, Sorisha Naidoo.
Sorisha is a businesswoman and married to billionaire Vivian Reddy. Naidoo hosted the ladies for a Diwali celebration.
Drama ensued between Ayanda Ncwane and Nonku. The tension between the pair resulted in Nonku trending on social media.
Twitter user Simphiweh said:
“Nonku straight up told Ayanda her daughter is Sfiso’s child”
“Oh no honey, not the look on Nonku’s face when Ayanda walked into the dinner party... #RealHouse”
“It's going to be a long season for Ayanda and Nonku”
“The minute Ayanda walked in. I knew it that there's gonna be drama between her and Nonku.”
“This elephant in the room will be in Housewives iconic moments, trust me on that one. Nonku x Ayanda it’s on.”
Ayanda Ncwane has joined the cast of The Real Housewives of Durban. Ayanda is the wife of late award-winning gospel artist S'fiso Ncwane.
The highly-anticipated reality TV show is expected to make its debut on 1 Magic on 29 January. Ayanda will be joined by other prominent women from Durban such as former President Jacob Zuma's baby mama Nonkanyiso Conco, Anne-Tonni Lodick, Nonku Williams, Sorisha Naidoo and Kgomotso Ndungane.
According to entertainment commentator Phil Mpela, Ayanda owns an artists management and entertainment business that is said to be keeping Sfiso’s legacy alive.
Mzansi social media users have shared mixed reactions to Phil's post. Check out some of their comments below:
"How does a widow feature on a show about wives? Death dissolves marriage."
"I’m here for her stylist. That guy knows how to dress her... Period."
"These shows are useless, they're taking too much space. Young people need to watch programmes that show how African resources are being manipulated by Europeans."
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