Family Secrets new SABC 1 drama

Family Secrets, the New SABC 1 Drama

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Family Secrets, the new exciting SABC 1 drama series, tells the story of Caesar Mokwena played by Mangaliso Ngema, Africa’s wealthiest banker, and his ruthless rise to the top of global banking. His family and friends are caught in his manic journey of success, which often puts them in compromising situations.

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Family Secrets stars A-list actors such as Menzi Ngubane, Vusi Kunene, Michelle Botes, Sophie Lichaba (also known as Sophie Ndaba), Sophie Ndaba, Robert Whitehead, Thembi Seete, Sonia Mbele and Katlego Danke among others. The new drama will premiere this Sunday, September 6 at 7.30pm on SABC1

Family Secrets is producers by Pulane Shomang and Bongani Sibeko.

“The show promises viewers a riveting story of the rise of an African banking empire that grows to a dominating presence in global financial markets. The audience will discover Caesar’s long forgotten twin brother and witness why blood is always thicker than water. Without a doubt Caesar Mokwena is a man who the long arm of the law is eager to grab” – Pulane Shomang and Bongani Sibeko said.

SABC 1 Channel Head, Pumzile Zonke, said they are pleased and excited to be able to deliver quality content to SABC 1 viewers.

“Family Secrets” is a fresh piece of content that will leave the viewers glued into their screens with endless plots and twists, enough to keep them on the edge of their seats. This is one of many to come, that will ensure that as the largest television brand in the landscape, we continue to lead and dominate the market through authentic storytelling,” said Phumzile

The news about Family Secrets was also shared by entertainment commentator Phil Mphela on social media, he tweeted “Casting News: Sophie Ndaba, Sonia Mbele, Katlego Danke and Menzi Ngubane in new series. Former Generations stars have reunited for a new series, Family Secrets. The show premieres Sunday, September 6th on SABC1 at 19h30″.

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