Mzansi Magic brings S’phiwo story of destiny, bonds

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DStv Compact subscribers will become part of something that intertwines the physical and spiritual realms.

Mzansi Magic invites viewers to travel on a spiritual journey with the premiere of its latest drama series, S’phiwo, airing on January 8, 2024. In a world where storytelling meets the spiritual contracts of ancestors, S’phiwo offers a unique viewpoint through the connected lives of two extraordinary girls destined to fulfil a legacy much greater than themselves.

S'phiwo is a rallying cry for those seeking to participate in the richness of locally produced fantasy drama, a reflection of Mzansi Magic’s dedication to bringing the best in local entertainment. The premiere episode introduces Nothando, vibrant and eager to experience university life to its fullest, and Zodwa, a young Sangoma whose spiritual depth and seriousness make her stand out from the crowd. An unexpected rooming mishap brings their worlds together, triggering a series of incidents revealing their connection's undeniable power.

The drama intensifies with a murder mystery on campus that draws them closer to their true calling – a bond destined by their ancestors. With a cast led by Zeno Maseko as Nothando and Nozuko Ncayiyane as Zodwa, along with Sabelo Nkosi as Solomzi, Ngele Ramulondi as Takalani, and Obakeng Makube playing Nathi, S’phiwo is going to become a highlight on Monday night television. The story of S’phiwo is one of self-discovery, a battle against unseen forces and proof that we are all connected in profound ways.


In the spirit of new beginnings and true connections, tune in for the premiere of S’phiwo – where souls meet, destinies align, and life reaches beyond the screen. Don't miss the debut season on Mzansi Magic (DStv channel 161) starting on January 8, 2024 at 8pm, also available on Catch Up and DStv Stream.

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