Mzansi Magic's S'phiwo: cast with images, plot summary, full story, trailer

Mzansi Magic's S'phiwo: cast with images, plot summary, full story, trailer

Mzansi Magic's S'phiwo is a South African fantasy drama series that will premiere on 8 January 2024. In addition to airing on television, the series will also be available on Catch Up and DStv Stream. The series revolves around two young women, Nothando and Zodwa, who are brought together by destiny to fulfil a legacy greater than themselves.

Mzansi Magic's S'phiwo
S’phiwo features some of the industry’s exceptionally talented actors and actresses who will bring the storyline to life. Photo: @iamnozuko, @uzenani_uzenokuhle on Instagram (modified by author).
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Mzansi Magic continues to broaden its TV lineup by introducing compelling dramas such as Magaeng, Icala, Kokota, and My Brother's Keeper. These shows exhibit a diverse range of storytelling and talent. The introduction of S’phiwo aligns with this trend, highlighting Mzansi Magic's dedication to providing varied and excellent local entertainment.

Mzansi Magic S'phiwo

GenreDrama, Fantasy
ChannelMzansi Magic, 1Magic
Net workDStv channel 161
Produced by Penguin Films
Directed byNthabiseng Mokoena
To premiere on8 January 2024

S'phiwo's plot summary

Zenokuhle Maseko and Nozuko Ncayiyane, known for their acclaimed performances in The River and Skeem Saam, take the lead roles in the series. S’phiwo embarks on a spiritual journey, weaving storytelling with ancestral connections.

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It follows the intertwining paths of Nothando and Zodwa, two young women whose fates collide, bound by a destiny that surpasses their existence, aiming to fulfil a profound legacy.

s'phiwo’s episodes
Actress Nozuko Ncayiyane in a white outfit (L). Actress Ngele on the lakeside (R). Photo: @iamnozuko, @ngeleramulondi on Instagram (modified by author).
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S'phiwo’s full story

The premiere episode introduces Nothando (Zeno Maseko), vibrant and eager to experience university life to its fullest, and Zodwa (Nozuko Ncayiyane), a young sangoma whose spiritual depth and seriousness make her stand out from the crowd.

An unexpected rooming mishap unites their lives, setting off a chain of events that reveals their connection's undeniable power. As a campus murder mystery unfolds, the drama escalates, guiding them toward their inherent purpose: a bond foretold by their ancestors, gradually drawing them closer.

S'phiwo’s cast with images

S’phiwo features some of the industry’s exceptionally talented actors and actresses who will bring the storyline to life. Here is a glimpse of intriguing details you should know about them.

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Zenokuhle Masekom as Nothando

S'phiwo trailer
Zenokuhle posing for a picture in a black jacket and pants. Zenokuhle in a black top and handbag. Photo: @uzenani_uzenokuhle on Instagram (modified by author).
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Zenokuhle Maseko is a South African actress widely recognised for her role as Mbali on the 1Magic soapie The River. She has also appeared as Aya on the SABC1 drama series Diamond City.

Nozuko Ncayiyane as Zodwa

S'phiwo cast with images
Pictures of Nozuko Ncayiyane with short hair. Photo: @iamnozuko on Instagram (modified by author).
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Nozuko Ncayiyane is a South African actress famous for her role as Phindile on the soapie Scandal! Born in Port Shepstone in KwaZulu-Natal, Nozuko Ncayiyane previously acted in theatre productions. She made her acting debut in the SABC1 youth soapie Skeen Saam as Ayanda. She has also appeared in DiepCity (2021) and The Last Fight (2022).

Sabelo Nkosi as Solomzi

Sabelo Nkosi is a South African actor who recently came into the spotlight after being featured in the Mzansi Magica fantasy drama series S'phiwo. His first television acting role was a cameo in an episode of the SABC1 docu-drama series Now or Never.

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Ngele Ramulondi as Takalani

Mzansi Magic S'phiwo cast
Actress Ngele Ramulondi in a yellow dress(L). Ngele in a black dress (R). Photo: @ngeleramulondi on Instagram (modified by author).
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Ngele Ramulondi is a South African actress who gained immense fame for her role as Gugu Thabethe in the SABC1 soap opera Generations: The Legacy. She is also famous for appearing in the Netflix series Fatal Seduction. Her first TV appearance was in 2020 in the BBC's alternative history drama series Noughts + Crosses.

Be ready to get the full gist of Mzansi Magic S'phiwo on DStv channel 161 starting on 8 January 2024 at 8 PM and experience the captivating family thrill, promising an unforgettable journey that will evoke a rollercoaster of emotions. S'phiwo’s trailer gives a sneak peek into what the South African fantasy drama is all about.

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