Saturday, February 4, 2023 | Stained Glass Productions promises 'hottest season yet' of The Wife... | Stained Glass Productions promises 'hottest season yet' of The Wife amid speculation of actor's exit




  • Stained Glass Productions says The Wife’s third and final season will be the “hottest yet”.
  • The telenovela’s final season premieres in November.
  • According to the production company, viewers can look forward to a season filled with “twists, turns and jaw-dropping cliffhangers”.

Stained Glass Productions, the production company behind the popular Showmax telenovela The Wife, promises the upcoming season will be “the hottest season yet” amid speculation that one of its actors, Abdul Khoza (who plays Nqoba Zulu), has left the show.

“It is very exciting; the energy of the cast, crew and production team, as a whole, has been full of vim and vigour as we prepare for the hottest season yet,” producer Kamogelo Aphane said.

“The viewers should expect a season filled with twists, turns and jaw-dropping cliffhangers.”

Aphane’s response comes as she addressed speculation that Khoza would not be part of the telenovela’s third and final season.

The Wife season 3, set to premiere next month, is currently in production. 

“Abdul Khoza has not been replaced in season 3 of The Wife. We don’t want to share any spoilers, so fans will have to wait and see what unfolds when The Wife returns in November, exclusively to Showmax.” 

The third season of the telenovela centres around two star-crossed lovers: Naledi Montsho (played by Gaisang K Noge) and Qhawe Zulu (played by Kwenzo Ngcobo). It expands between the Johannesburg taxi industry to Royal Thabeng and the North West with new cast members, including Sello Motloung as Naledi’s father, Kgosi; Bongo Maffin’s Stoan Seate as Sefako, Qhawe’s rival for Naledi; Ncebakazi Pilingane as Xoli, Sambulo’s love interest; Mo Setumo as Tshidi, Naledi’s elder sister; Terrence Ngwila as Detective Baloyi; and Mathews Rantsoma (Nhlamulo on Scandal!) as Tsietsi. 

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