Big news for the lovers of Hlomu the wife book. The book will not be made into a series and will start airing on Showmax from the 11th of November 2021. According to Showmax, The first three episodes will be available from November 11, with three new episodes added every Thursday.
The series is inspired by Dudu Busani-Dube’s best-selling Hlomu the Wife book series, which is about the lives of eight Zulu brothers from Greytown, in the KwaZulu-Natal Midlands. The series tells African love stories through the eyes of the wives who these criminal masterminds marry.
The cast includes Bonko Khoza who will be playing Mqhele and Mbalenhle Mavimbela who will be playing Hlomu.
The cast also includes Kwenzo Ngcobo, Sipho Ndlovu, Abdul Khoza, Mondli Makhoba and Thulane Shange as the Greytown Zulu brothers. TikTok star Linda Majola will also be joining the cast, together with Bongani Gumede, Dumisani Dlamini, Siyabonga Shibe and Zikhona Sodlaka.
Fans of the book have been excited that the show will be coming to their screens and took to social media to show support, one fan commented under Showmax's post that, "This is exciting. I’m happy with the cast anf looking forward to watching 🙌🏽". And another also commented that they won't be missing out on the show, "Definitely subscribing on showmax next month😭 FOMO".
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