Real Housewives of Durban star Angel Ndlela opens up about joining the show.

The longest-running ‘The Real Housewives’ franchise in Africa will be back for it’s forth season this February, much to the delight of fans.





While viewers sit on the edge of their seats waiting for the reunion of ‘The Real Housewives of Lagos’, Mzansi’s Durban queens are coming back to entertain.Showmax released the first cast picture for the new season, hyping excitement amongst fans, with many zooming in just trying to see the picture.

While the graphic is not entirely enticing, we hope the rest of season four is not as disappointing as the picture no one can see clearly.Showmax set to launch brand-new look and app
The Year in Review, 2023: Moments that shook Mzansi – from Thabo Bester to dramatic break-ups
LOOK: Meet the six women on Mzansi’s newest reality TV show ‘Sports Wives’
‘Real Housewives of Durban’ besties Nonku and Jojo spotted with fellow cast member Sorisha Naidoo
LaConco ‘triggered’ by Lupita Nyong’o’s break-up post
Nonku Williams opens up about being abused by ex-husbandseason officially clinch OG status as they are the only two ladies that have lasted since season one.

Sadly, viewers won’t be seeing Annie Mthembu after bowing out for mental health reasons.

One person returning to ‘The Real Housewives of Durban’ despite saying she wouldn’t is Jojo Robinson. She could be returning just to show off her newly renovated home, thanks to her boo bear.

One person who is returning, to ‘The Real Housewives of Durban’ despite saying she wouldn’t is Jojo Robinson. Picture: Supplied

Maria Valaskatzis also returns for another season. Hopefully she has made up with her bestie Ruan – who’s tears we hope won’t have too much screen time this season.

Production has surprisingly brought back Slindile Wendy Ndlovu for her second stint on the show, despite throwing hands on the final episode. Violence is no place for reality TV, this isn’t WWE.