Somizi Mhlongo's 'Living the Dream With Somizi' is Returning for Season 5, Mzansi Can't Keep Calm

Somizi Mhlongo's 'Living the Dream With Somizi' is Returning for Season 5, Mzansi Can't Keep Calm

  • Living the Dream With Somizi is coming back for the fifth season, and Mzansi social media users cannot wait
  • The reality TV show follows the day to day life of one of South Africa's most popular socialites Somizi Mhlongo will air on Showmax starting in May
  • According to reports, Living the Dream With Somizi will also take viewers through his very public divorce with Mohale and all his other adventures

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Lovers of Somizi's reality TV show Living the Dream With Somizi were excited when news that the show is coming back for another season was announced.

Somizi Mhlongo, ’Living the Dream With Somizi’, Showmax
'Living the Dream With Somizi’ is returning for the fifth season in May. Image: @somizi
Source: Instagram

The award-winning reality TV show will start airing on Showmax on 4 May 2022. Fans can look forward to seeing some of Idols SA judge's highs and lows in the show.

According to TimesLIVE, LTDWS will start by giving fans a look at Somizi and Mohale's public break-up. It will also touch on the star's GBV accusations which almost sent his career into a nosedive. Speaking to the publication, Somizi said:

"It’s been a rollercoaster, but the dream never dies, no matter how crazy things may get. Angeke. Life isn’t always easy, but we must remember that the hard times are there to teach us."

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Somgaga also confirmed the news on his Instagram page. He posted a trailer of the show, much to the delight of his millions of followers who had been waiting in anticipation.

Senzo Meyiwa docuseries sparks new interest in case, Mzansi names Longwe Twala the prime suspect

Briefly News previously reported that Senzo Meyiwa's murder trial is still underway eight years after the soccer star's death. Over the years, Mzansi has named many suspects in the case, but the police have not charged anyone for the murder.

The recent release of Netflix's five-part docuseries Senzo: Murder Of A Soccer Star has reignited the country's interest in the case. Social media investigators have managed to spot loopholes in the story and concluded that Longwe Twala, who was also in the house the night Senzo was killed, is the suspect.

According to social media investigators, Longwe's story about what transpired that fateful night does not add up. Many are convinced that Longwe is not in prison because his father, Chicco Twala, has powerful friends.

Source: Briefly News

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