The talented actress Rami Chuene continues to rack up more victories. She is one of the best actor which South Africa has because she has talent and she can use her talent in a way that is attracting.
According to the broadcaster, the second season returns on November 1 at 9:30 p.m. And according to the manufacturers, she will blow the roof. In the first season, the character of Richard Mudau (Ndivhuho Mutsila) was exposed as a corrupt traitor.
In the second, you will return home after a period in prison and go back to business, hoping to change your life and get away from crime.
They added that the new season was full of action, forbidden love, a series of murders and secrets to stay hidden.
Channel boss Gerhard Pretorius told the Daily Sun that they are very proud to present the second season to viewers.
Program Director Jacqui Hlongwane said, “Building on the success of the first season, the second returns with more drama, intrigue and an action-packed story that will draw viewers to its screens.
Not only can you look forward to seeing your favorite characters again, but SABC is excited to announce that Rami will be joining Season 2; life at Giyani will certainly never be the same again. " Producers of
Phathu Makwarela and Gwydion Beynon said Tshedza Pictures is beyond excited to revisit the world of the Giyani: Land of Blood story and the incredible characters viewers fell in love with.
"This includes new characters that will win your hearts as the new season is full of scandals, drama and dangerous antics that will entertain and captivate viewers," they said.
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