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Thembisa Mdoda, Renate Stuurman to star in new drama series ‘Unmarried’

There’s a brand new drama series ‘Unmarried’ coming to our screens. 
The new series will debut on the newly announced 1Magic (previously known as VUZU AMP) on 02 February 2018.

‘Unmarried’ is a fun, fresh and sexy new drama about the lives of three young female friends living in Johannesburg, as they deal with the pressures of juggling marriage, motherhood, relationships, and their careers. The drama revolves around three different women who represent a diverse cross-section of South African life, from the township to the suburbs, to the high-end apartment lifestyle of the “super blessed”.

Set in the City of Gold, we get to know three completely different women brought together by their friendship. Brenda, played by Renate Stuurman is the perfect definition of #relationshipgoals with her husband of nearly ten years. She boasts a fierce corporate career at a highly fashionable private bank, where she’s quickly rising in the ranks, despite the fact that she is one of the few women in senior management. While, one of her closest friends Lesego, played by Keke Mphuti is the hottest in the group, she’s used her looks to get what she wants. Thembi, played by Thembisa Mdoda happens to be the only one of the three with children. Having fallen pregnant at 17 by her childhood sweetheart Bongani played by Nyaniso Dzedze.

More cast includes; Fezile Makhanya who plays Donald and Stevel Marc who plays Vuyo.

Catch the debut on 1Magic channel 103 starting 02 February 2018 at 19h30.

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