On Wednesday we learnt that the "Real Housewives" franchise would be coming to Mzansi!
Six Johannesburg women who will be appearing in "The Real Housewives of Johannesburg", with a first season set to start on 1Magic (DStv 103) on Friday 3 August at 7pm.
Here are the stars of the show:
Evodia Mogase was initially a teacher, but now owns a catering business. Her daughter, Mercy, is also one of the housewives who will be featured on the show. She studied mechanical engineering and is a motivational speaker.
Twinning with my baby @mercymogase she is my new gym partner and shes put together a 6 month program for me to look my best . For mothers and daughter wanting to be on the same program, you can email her on email@example.com we can all get healthy and fit together. She's very strict though 🙈 cause she wants results
Beauty entrepreneur Brinnette Seopela owns a spa and is described as "the glue that holds the housewives together".
Brinnette Seopela— Phil Mphela (@PhilMphela) July 11, 2018
She is a beauty entrepreneur who owns a spa in Johannesburg. pic.twitter.com/aSwQOVSoC5
Naledi Willers is a former Miss Botswana Second Princess and is currently studying law . She is also married to MetroFM's Naked DJ.
Christall Kay is a lawyer turned businesswoman. She also has a big passion for music, and has started working on her singing career.
Christall Kay— Phil Mphela (@PhilMphela) July 11, 2018
She is a former lawyer turned businesswoman with ambitions of becoming a superstar. Originally from Durban, Christall has walked the runway as a model and bagged a couple of commercials to prepare for a career as a singer. pic.twitter.com/wKVWlDZ9gY
Busisiwe Ter Mors, also known as "Lendy", is a golfer born in South Africa but raised in England. She is a a mother of two who enjoys being a housewife.
Busisiwe Ter Mors'heels, also known as Lendy.— Phil Mphela (@PhilMphela) July 11, 2018
A keen golfer born in South Africa but raised in England. She is a mother of two. pic.twitter.com/pRx7QGwLh4