BY: Vuyo Cebekhulu

The Mseleku generation returns to the screens with Season 2 of “Izingane zeS’thembu,” premiering on Sunday, May 5th, 2024, on Mzansi Magic channel 161 at 19h00. This season promises to deliver more drama and entertainment from the youngsters.

In the first season, the Mseleku kids showed us what it’s like growing up with four moms in a big family.

The second season brings even more drama and romance as the Mseleku kids explore the world of love. Secrets were revealed in the first season, and now the drama continues with one of the girlfriends being pregnant with her first child. Some social media users speculate that she did it intentionally to secure her future.

Viewers will also get to witness Lwandle, Musa Mseleku’s second son, navigating life outside of Mpumelelo as he embarks on his journey to find love, showcasing his romantic side.

Mpumelelo will be seen juggling his polygamous relationships with girlfriends Vuyokazi Nciweni and Tirelo Kale. Additionally, viewers will learn that Mpumelelo now has a second child with Vuyokazi and a first son with Tirelo. Musa Mseleku himself has four wives: MaCele, MaYeni, MaKhumalo, and MaNgwabe.

Last year, Mpumelelo Mseleku appeared on The Venting Podcast hosted by Gogo Skhotheni, where he discussed his life and confessed his love for women. He hinted that he plans to have more women in his life, although he did not specify how many.

The first season of “Izingane ZeS’thembu” began with Tirelo’s pregnancy and ended with Vuyokazi expecting their second child, as they already have a three-year-old daughter together with Mpumelelo.

In “uThando ne Sthembu” Season 7, Mpumelelo expressed his desire to marry a virgin before considering his baby mamas as wives. However, his parents disagreed with him, insisting that he marry his baby mamas first.

Another character, Mpilo Mseleku, who is turning 21 this year, will be forced to step out of her shell this season and confront her true feelings. The season will delve into her school life and how she handles relationships compared to her siblings. As she faces cultural expectations upon turning 21, the question remains: is she ready? Additionally, Abongwe will openly discuss her sexuality and believes that her family should accept her for who she is.

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