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Thando Thabethe to star in new local drama series Housekeepers

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Actress, radio DJ, television host and the first ever African brand ambassador for Nivea, Thando Thabethe, has scored herself a new acting role.

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Thando Thabethe, who played the role of Nolwazi Buzo on the SA’s soap opera, Generations:The Legacy, will star in Mzansi Magic’s new local drama series Housekeepers, produced by Oche Moving Pictures with Portia Gumede as showrunner.

The drama explores the lives and the drama of the rich as seen through the eyes of those who serve on them and see and know all.

“Viewers are taken on a journey of discovery. They learn about the secrets that bind the Zwide family and the people that hold the keys to their freedom as they make their beds every morning; keep their homes clean and are the invisible souls that know their employers’ sins,” says Mzansi Magic in a statement.

“We are excited to be able to tell a story of the voiceless and sometimes overlooked beings, yet they run the households of those with financial power and social stature,” says Reneilwe Sema, the director of local entertainment channels at M-Net.

“Housekeepers is an exploration of the class dynamics that exist in our society. As Mzansi Magic, we wanted to go into the unfamiliar territory which is not foreign to our audiences.”

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Housekeepers stars an ensemble cast led by Mangaliso Ngema as Peter Zwide, Zikhona Sodlaka as Boniswa Mzobe,as June Ndlovu, Matsepo Maleme as Eunice Khotso, Connie Chuime as Maria Motsepe, Linda Sokhulu as Pru Yeni, Zodwa Nkosi as Phindi Molefe, Mike Mvelase as Max, Masasa Mbangeni as Nomhlubi, Bohang Moeko as Kabelo, and Gabriel Mini as Conway.

Housekeepers starts on Monday 8 October at 20:00 on Mzansi Magic.

Image Courtesy: twitter.com/Thando_Thabethe

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