The popular Mzansi TV series, Imbewu: The Seed has become a trendy soapie among South African viewers. This is due to the intriguing nature of the storyline. People love something new on the table, and Imbewu appears to deliver just what they want. The show continues to attract millions of viewers and competes favorably well with other popular shows. There could not be a better plot than one that revolves around family bonds, proving that blood is thicker than water.
Recap of What Happened On Imbewu: The Seed In October 2021
October 2021 was lit on Imbewu as lovers became enemies with the conspiracies revolving around Zenzele and Buhle. The Maluju Oil event had more blood than oil flowing, and Thokozile broke out of jail and fear of the unknown descended on all that had issues with him. It was a bloody month, and every character seemed to come face to face with their demons. How the families cope with all the suspense from October makes everyone look forward to the episodes in November.
Here’s Everything Happening This Month On Imbewu – Teasers November 2021
Monday 1, November 2021: Episode 926
Fikile feels dejected after Nkululeku rejects her advances to have a baby with him. Nkululeko finally has Fikile’s DNA results but are they half-siblings?
Tuesday 2, November 2021: Episode 927
Khanyo is an emotional wreck at the funeral and cannot put herself together before the congregation, especially when she “sees” Thokozile’s body roll out of the coffin.
Wednesday 3, November 2021: Episode 928
Nkululeko rushes Fikile to the hospital from the funeral as she faints from extensive bleeding. Could this be a sign from the ancestors regarding their relationship?
Thursday 4, November 2021: Episode 929
In a traditional ceremony, Khanyo fights her fears to abolish Thokozile’s spirit while at the Bhengu house, Nompi’s lies are seen as a money-making scheme by maZulu.
Friday 5, November 2021: Episode 930
Macingwane arrives at the hospital with a message that could save Fikile’s life, and Nkululeko is overwhelmed by the whole situation.
Monday 8, November 2021: Episode 931
Khanyo is paranoid and stabs Sebenzile thinking it is Thokozile. Her future as a pastor is marred with blood.
Tuesday 9, November 2021: Episode 932
Macingwane reveals that the ancestors have given Fikile only a short time and her mother is the only one that can save her life. She has to accept that Ngcolosi is her father or return to the land of the dead.
Wednesday 10, November 2021: Episode 933
Gobela tells KaMadonsela that Khanyo has to reunite the church with traditional African practices. Will the congregation accept this?
Thursday 11, November 2021: Episode 934
Nokuzola is disturbed by Fikile’s talks about having Nkululeko’s child. Sebenzile calls an ambulance when she finds Khanyo unconscious.
Friday 12, November 2021: Episode 935
Nkululeko fears the possibility of being siblings with Fikile, and Khanyo wakes up blind at the hospital.
Monday 15, November 2021: Episode 936
Phakade blames KaMadonsela for all his family’s woes. On learning that KaMadonsela allowed Khanyo to burn muti in his house, Phakade burns KaMadonsela’s healing stuff.
Tuesday 16, November 2021: Episode 937
Buhle makes significant changes at Emsamo, and Lindo finds working at the company difficult following his demotion. Thu Sheleni is announced as the new manager.
Wednesday 17, November 2021: Episode 938
Traditional healers gather at the church to try and restore Khanyo’s sight. The police also arrive to get her confession regarding Thokozile’s death.
Thursday 18, November 2021: Episode 939
Nompi learns that Nkululeko has taken a DNA sample from Fikile.
Friday 19, November 2021: Episode 940
The truth about Nkululeko and Fikile being siblings is out, and she is devasted by the news. Phakade reveals that he would not carry on with Khanyo’s wishes.
Monday 22, November 2021: Episode 941
Fikile locks herself in the bedroom and starts a fire. Zakithi is worked up as she is unable to open the door.
Tuesday 23, November 2021: Episode 942
Overcome with jealousy, Lindo makes plans to ruin Buhle’s party at Emsamo. Emsamo goes up in flames, and the guests are affected.
Wednesday 24, November 2021: Episode 943
Fikile disappears from the hospital, and Nkululeko hires someone to find her. Phakade and Khanyo are excommunicated by the church board following the conversion of members.
Thursday 25, November 2021: Episode 944
Lindiwe threatens to expose Lindo if he fails to own up to being responsible for the mayhem at the party.
Friday 26, November 2021: Episode 945
Nkululeko continues preparing to have Thokozile’s spirit married to Ngcolosi to fulfill his mother’s wish even though his family is against it.
Monday 29, November 2021: Episode 946
Makhosazana beds Stefan and makes Menzi bitter and jealous. Nirupa makes known her love for Menzi, but he is secretly conflicted.
Tuesday 30, November 2021: Episode 947
Love chemistry burns between Nkululeko and Makhosazana as they celebrate the Marino deal, but he is not interested in ‘office romance.’
Imbewu: The Seed Premiered in 2018
Imbewu officially the screens on 16 April 2018. The show’s creator is Duma Ndlovu, while the executive producers are Anant Singh and LeletiKhumalo. The show is produced by Grapevine Productions as an e.tv original production and is equally commissioned and distributed by e.tv. One can see fresh episodes of the soapie on e.tv from Mondays to Fridays at 9.30 pm, and eExtra from Mondays to Fridays at 10.15 am—the repeat episodes air on e.tv from Mondays to Fridays at 12.30 pm.
Who Is New On The TV Show?
There have been changes in the cast of Imbewu in the course of the year. While no actor has left the show, new ones have been added to the cast. Nkosinathi Maphalala (Nay Maps) joined the show in August this year and plays the role of Zenzele Maphumulo in the show. Maphalala replaced Mlungisi Shabala, who initially played Zenzele.
Another addition was made to the cast in September 2021 when Selby “Selbeyonce” Mkhize came on board. Mkhize portrays the character of Lulu Mtshali. It is believed that his addition to the cast was to provide an environment of inclusivity in the show, considering that he had come out to embrace his sexuality as a gay man.
Some Of The Actors On Imbewu And The Character They Portray
- Leleti Khumalo as Nokubonga Zulu “Mazulu” Bhengu
- Thembi Mtshali as Ntombi Ndlovu “Mandlovu” Bhengu
- Muzi Mthabela as Menzi Vilakazi
- Sandile Dlamini as Phakade “Shongololo” Bhengu
- Brenda Mhlongo as Priscilla Madonsela “Kamadonsela” Bhengu
- Raphael Griffiths as Zithulele Bhengu
- Nokubonga Khuzwayo as Zakithi Bhengu
- Tony Kgoroge as Zimele “Ngcolosi” Bhengu
- Jailoshini Naidoo as Nirupa Rampersad
- Kajal Maharaj as Shria Rampersad
- Nokwanda Khuzwayo as Ntombifuthi “Futhi” Bhengu
- Nqobile Ndlovu as Nokukhanya “Khanyo” Bhengu
- Nkanyiso Mchunu as Nkululeko Bhengu
- Brightness Zulu as Celiwe
- Busisiwe Shezi as Sebenzile Madonsela
- Vuyokazi Tshona as Buhle Bhengu
- Mduduzi Ntombela as Phunyuka Khanyile
- Nay Maps Maphalala as Zenzele Maphumulo
- Mishka Gouden as Mira Rampersad
- Gugulethu Mzobe as Nomusa Mkhize
- Kaylin Soobraminia as Thu Sheleni
- Ntokozo Mzulwini as Lindiwe Msweli
- Anathi Gabeni as Lindo
- Vuyisela Cawe as Nokuzola “Zola” Ndamase Bhengu
- Phindile Gwala as Fikile Khanyeza
- Nqobile Sipamla as Thokozile