Innocent Sadiki dumps Skeem Saam and joins Pastors Wives

Innocent Sadiki dumps Skeem Saam and joins Pastors Wives

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A new reality show called Pastors’ Wives is looming on DSTV’s upcoming channel (173) called HONEY.

The show which will star Innocent Sadiki, Nandipha Mlombi, Phume Khethang, Adeyola Da Costa and Anietie Ezeimo will be produced by former Generations actress, Sonia Mbele who also produced the Real Housewives of Joburg franchise.

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Innocent Sadiki who plays the role of Sthoko Seakamela on Skeem Saam is pastor’s wife in real life as she’s married to Phindulo Sadiki who is a pastor and a businessman. She’s also a preacher and a co-presenter with her twin sister, Millicent Mashile on a gospel show called, Alpha Youth.

Her other co-stars, Nandipha Mlombi on the upcoming show is a former Mrs South Africa contestant and a wife to Reverand Mawuzole Mlombi.Mlombi is a mother of five and says she joined the show because she wants to fight stereotypes about pastors’ wives. Mlombi also runs an events company and a clothing line.

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Mlombi also stated: “People want us to fit their ideas of what we should be. My family is my life, and that’s why people should see them too. I am disappointed I couldn’t show more of my hustles.”

Another upcoming show on the channel is Anele Mdoda’s talk show, The Buzz which will air on the 15th of February. Mdoda will be sharing the stage with four other women from four African countries: Pearl Umeh from Nigeria, Rachel Wakesho from Kenya, Zanna Katoka from the DRC, and Davina Mavuwa from Zimbabwe.

According to Multichoice, the upcoming DSTV channel, HONEY is a bold, unscripted lifestyle TV channel for interrogative and connected Africans.

The channel celebrates and explores African lives and loves, and the content is focused on lifestyle, fashion, food, weddings, dating, as well as reality.

MultiChoice CEO of General Entertainment, Yolisa Phahle, had this to say about the channel:

“DStv is thrilled to launch HONEY. The channel is part of our commitment to keep bringing fresh, authentic and local content to our African subscribers. For many years, we’ve seen lifestyle is a popular genre on the continent; and now our subscribers will see their own talent, food, celebrations, and their families as the well-deserved hero.”

The channel will be broadcast in all key African regions including Nigeria, Ghana, Kenya, Uganda, Namibia, Botswana, Malawi, Zambia, Angola, Mozambique, Tanzania, DRC, Cameroon and South Africa.