uThando neSthembu Teasers May 2017 – Upcoming Mzansi Magic Reality Show series ‘uThando neSthembu’ teasers , previews, updates, episodes, highlights and spoilers for May 2017.
Mzansi Magic: uThando neSthembu Teasers May 2017Thursday 18 May 2017
In the season premiere, we meet Businessman Musa Mseleku and his four wives and are introduced to their polygamous set-up. How has he managed to make this work?
Thursday 25 May 2017A reality show that dives into the topic of polygamy. Set in KZN, this is one man's story about how he views polygamy and what his four wives and his family mean to him.
Thursday 01 June 2017
A reality show that dives into the topic of polygamy. Set in KZN, this is one man's story about how he views polygamy and what his four wives and his family mean to him.
The show will premiere on Thursday May 2017 on Mzansi Magic (Channel 161) at 20:00.
- Repeat show on Saturday Mzansi Magic (Channel 161) at 18:00.
- Repeat show on Sunday Mzansi Magic (Channel 161) at 17:00.
Viewers will meet and get to know Mamkhulu (First Wife), Mayeni (Second Wife), Makhumalo (Third Wife), and Mangwabe (Fourth Wife).
While the wives now maintain a loving and respectful relationship with each other, the journey to peace and harmony was not an easy one. They each share how they felt at first being introduced into a polygamous marriage, the uncertainty and insecurity that came with the arrangement, heartbreak and eventual acceptance, contentment and forming an unshakable bond with each other.
With 10 children between them, the Mseleku homestead in Umtentweni in rural KwaZulu-Natal is almost always a hive of activity. There’s the daily school routine, homework, activities, household chores and parenting duties.
There’s also no such thing as an idle trophy wife in the Mseleku family. With a family business to run, children to raise and a household for each wife, each Mrs Mseleku’s day is filled up. And, of course, there’s time to be spent with their husband as well.
So how do they make it work? Is there a hierarchy system in place? Importantly, how do they handle their families’ and society’s questions regarding this traditional practice?
Uthando neSthembu highlights the realities some families are faced with when their structure is not nuclear.