Mixing business with pleasure is usually a bad idea, but when Turfloop business magnate Lehasa (Cedric Fourie) crosses paths with business coach Nothile (Mbalenhle Mavimbela), he simply can’t help himself. Things initially get off to a rocky start as Lehasa and the strong-willed Nothile can’t seem to see eye to eye.
Upon first seeing Nothile at the end of August, Cedric admits that his usually restrained character was completely “mesmerised by her beauty”. But this fortnight he’ll get to see beyond just her beauty and learn more about her – and most of what he’ll see, he’ll love!
From her owning a business, to her outright independence, Lehasa simply won’t be able to get enough of her.
As an executive leadership coach, Nothile enters Lehasa’s orbit when he asks her to help him better manage his various businesses, including Café Rovuwa. But Cedric admits the business side of things is secondary to what he truly wants. He isn’t transparent with Nothile from the beginning, and this will soon cause tension between them.
Later, Lehasa even wonders if it’s really a good idea to mix business dealings with someone that he likes. What that tension entails viewers will have to see for themselves, but be assured that the pair’s meetings will be anything but bland.
For a character who has everything – money, notoriety, the community’s respect (and fear) – there’s one thing Lehasa has always yearned for: family. But Lehasa’s had his hands full in recent weeks after he murdered his rebellious Café Rovuwa employee Fanie (Gift Mokhampanyane) in a bid to get the blackmailing Fanie off his back.
Honestly, romance has been the last thing on Lehasa’s mind. But Nothile changes that and suddenly all Lehasa can think about is the future and finding the wife of his dreams.
But is she who she says she is or Lehasa is indeed digging his own grave?
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