Londie London and Thobile 'MaKhumalo' Mseleku join 'Real Housewives of Durban'

Londie London and Thobile 'MaKhumalo' Mseleku join 'Real Housewives of Durban'

Singer-songwriter Londie London and one of South Africa's most-loved media personalities, Thobile 'MaKhumalo' Mseleku, will be joining the 'Real Housewives of Durban' cast for season two.

Thobile 'MaKhumalo' Mseleku
Thobile 'MaKhumalo' Mseleku / Instagram

Season two of 'Real Housewives of Durban' will be hitting our screens soon.

The show announced on Twitter that three new cast members have been added. 

One of them is media personality Thobile 'MaKhumalo' Mseleku - the wife of renowned businessman, Musa Mseleku.

'Makhumalo' has been trending on Twitter since it was announced that she will be joining the reality show. 

The other two cast members are musician Londie London, who is married to business magnate Hlubi Nkosi, and Jojo Robinson. 

Robinson is married to Durban businessman and former South African kickboxing champion, Calven Robinson. 

The news of the new cast members was well-received on social media. 

"I'm liking this mix of housewives and MaKhumalo is a great addition. Should be an interesting watch," Twitter user Taurean Goddess wrote. 

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Social media reaction

Season One

The three new cast members are joining some of the old cast members from 'Real Housewives of Durban' season one - Sorisha Naidoo, Nonkanyiso Conco, Annie-Tonni Lodick Mthembu, and Nonku Williams. 

Two previous cast members, Ayanda Ncwane and Kgomotso Ndungane, have left the show. 

Last year, several media publications reported that Ncwane was quitting the show because it was damaging to her brand. 

Ndungane, on the other hand, told TshisaLive that she doesn't want to be part of a reality show ever again. 

“When I measure and question how I contributed to society through the show, it’s like no contribution ever. How has it changed the minds of the one that’s trolling people, it has not moved the country forward. I wouldn’t go on to reality shows any more — or I’d be very selective,” said Ndungane to TshisaLIVE.

Both Ndungane and Ncwane are trending on Twitter, with many fans saying they will miss seeing them on the show. 

The 'Real Housewives of Durban' season two premieres on January 28 on Showmax.

Image courtesy of Instagram/ @Thobile Khumalo

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