SABC 1’s Home Affairs? See How Actresses Look 17 Years Later

The SABC 1 drama “Home Affairs,” which aired from 2005 to 2007, has been on the air for nearly two decades (17 years). Have you ever wondered what the current cast members look like?

Home Affairs is a South African television drama series that was written by Catherine Stewart, Minky Schlesinger, and Natalie Harrhoff. Later, it was created by Roberta Durrant and produced on television.








The focus of the television program was on the lives of women from many walks of life in the new South Africa and how their stories are all connected, whether through friendship, blood links, or just having a friend in common.

From Katlego (Brenda Ngxoli), who as a child mistakenly believed her mother’s sister Nonhlanhla (Nomsa Xaba) to be her mother before discovering that her real mother is Thandeka (Nthati Moshesh), a millionaire who once fought for freedom, to Vuyo Ngxaki (Brenda Ngxoli), who transitions from living in a two-room shack to a man

The story of Vuyokazi Ngxaki, a young woman who works at Tat’ Ngcobo’s spaza and must spend the money she makes to support her alcoholic mother Miriam and her younger sister Bulie, who is pursuing her matriculation, is my favorite of these tales. As Vuyo discovers her love for discus, Thandeka’s “Young Blood” campaign helps her win a scholarship to WITS University where she can study sports science and compete professionally in the sport.

My second favorite is Cherice’s choice to leave her abusive partner and go back home to raise her child and make fences with her father.