Last week, Showmax announced that the third season of the popular reality series Real Housewives of Durban (RHOD) will begin on February 1.
Along with this statement came the news that Londie London, LaConco, and Thobile Mseleku will not be returning as prominent cast members.
The businesswoman announced on Friday, January 13, via Pears Communication on Instagram that Let It Rain Film, the production firm behind Real Housewives of Durban, has informed her that she would not be a part of the third season’s filming.
“Let It Rain Films informed me, ‘It does not appear that we will be filming with you in Season 3’.”
Additionally, American viewers of ‘RHOD’ adore Ayanda Ncwane.
She also expressed gratitude to the production firm, Showmax, and her followers.
“I’d want to thank ‘Let It Rain Films’ for this wonderful chance, but as a friend of the show, my place was never guaranteed.
“I would like to thank ShowMax for their support and look forward to working with them in the near future!
“Receiving this opportunity to create good television to inspire and motivate young female aspirants was truly a blessing I hold dear!”
Showmax announced the addition of three new businesswomen, including Mbali Ngiba, who stated that she joined Season 3 because “it felt like a great opportunity to be a part of such a successful franchise with such incredible women.”
Mbali is an actor, musician, and co-founder of African Centric Designs. Greed and Desire was a cancelled Mzansi Magic soap in which she portrayed Welile. She has also appeared in Isibaya and Isithembiso, among other telenovelas.
Slindile Wendy Ndlovu, a certified human resource consultant with experience in event management and interior design, is also joining the reality series. She is also the founder of Mawesi Consulting, an events management company.
The third lady is television host, producer, and author Maria Valaskatzs. She is the director of the media and communications business MV Consulting and co-owner of VKATZPK Media.