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Housekeepers returns to Mzansi Magic with a brand new season

Housekeepers returns to Mzansi Magic with yet another nail-biting second season.

Housekeepers S2 cast

When you are a housekeeper to the wealthy, the clean-up never truly ends… but, what’s thrillingly different is that taking care of these particular households involves mopping up a whole lot of felonies.

Things aren’t quite what they seem as unlikely characters get pulled into the never-ending life of crime. A feisty new detective begins connecting the dots and realises that all evidence points to the protagonist, Linda. To make matters worse, Linda is drawn into a sizzling romance, but when she soon discovers the full extent of her lover’s macabre plans and an unbelievable hidden history – everything spirals out of control.

A host of stunning familiar faces form part of Housekeepers’ talented cast who bring this gripping local story to life. The elegant Xolile Tshabalala plays the role of matriarch Noli Ngubane while Lindani Nkosi embodies Clive Ngubane. Renowned actor Lorcia Cooper plays the spicy Mkhonto, alongside Sithembiso “SK” Khoza who plays the character of Sydney Ngubane and Kwezi Ndlovu as Thuli Ngubane. The series also features the much-loved Dumisani Mbebe, Kayise Ngqula, Nimrod Nkosi and Liopelo Maphathe as gutsy Officer Maluleke.

Ngubane Family

“With its emotional twists and turns, this new season of Housekeepers shows just how incredibly entertaining local storytelling can be. Further, the diverse talent-mix offers our viewers pristine acting that is simply amazing to watch,” says Nomsa Philiso, Director of Local Entertainment Channels at M-Net.

Will it be easy to clean house this time? Will the rich continue to get away with murder while the poor suffer? More importantly, when one dabbles in a life of crime, does it really pay? Housekeepers season 2 reveals all. Housekeepers season 2 premiers 15 June 2020 at 20:00 on Mzansi Magic, DStv channel 161.

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