Muvhango Teasers October 2021: Everything You Need to Know

With great anticipation for the new episodes of the classic soap opera, Muvhango, the actors have left no stone unturned in making sure that the viewers (totaling about four million per day) get a feel of explosive drama and thrills in October 2021. We saw in September sweet surprises in the soapie as Rendani’s relationship with Hangwani died and London trying to steal Rendani’s heart while on a mission to wreck her life. Susan, on the other hand, found out how Azwindini spends his leisure time in Johannesburg. Meanwhile, Vhutshilo decided to let Susan know how he felt about her. Unfortunately, she rejected him.

In the new Muvhango episodes for October 2021, Vhutshilo later found love in the arms of Gugu, while Itseng seems to have fallen head over heels in love with him. Here are more juicy teasers of the soap opera for this month.

Muvhango Teasers For October 2021

Episode 3916: Friday, October 1st, 2021

The first Muvhango teaser for October is quite enthralling. Mulalo makes a threat to release a video that will reveal the secrets of the Royal House. For that reason, Borosi and Phusuphusu decide to deter him from exposing the secrets on social media by plotting to have him killed and be used for a human sacrifice. Gugu feels terrible about having sexual relations with Vhutshilo. As such, she tries to push him away, but he is entangled in the web of love. London’s real identity is revealed as he is the half-brother of Hulisani. He is trying to lay his hands on Hulisani’s life policy insurance money.

Episode  3917: Monday, October 4th, 2021

The royal family receives devastating news about Vho-Masindi. Itseng returns. Gugu gets worried about being charged with sexual misconduct. While lodging at a hotel, Mulalo sees something shocking underneath his bed. Rendani gives London the cold shoulder.

Episode  3918: Tuesday, October 5th, 2021

Having pushed Imani way too far, Itseng finds herself at the receiving end of James’ anger outburst. Rendani keeps on resisting London’s advances towards her. But for how long can she withstand his emotionally manipulative games? There abound allegations of a murderous plot as Vho-Masindi’s life seems to be hanging by a thread.

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Episode 3919: Wednesday, October 6th, 2021

Vho-Masindi’s family searches for a kidney donor for her as she struggles to stay alive. Her family is unaware that a donor is within their reach. London lays hands-on Rendani’s laptop and downloads a mysterious file on it. Gugu despites herself, breaks her own rules, and misses Vhutshilo.

Episode 3920: Thursday, October 7th, 2021

In this October episode of Muvhango, one of the teasers is that Rendani’s computer gets hacked by London. Azwindini discovers that Mulalo could save Vho-Masindi’s life as he could be a possible match. Gugu is rescued by Vhutshilo.

Episode 3921: Friday, October 8th, 2021

Azwindini awards punishment to Phusuphusu and Borosi. Vhutshilo and Gugu get intimate again after he challenges her to ask him to leave her presence, but she can’t. London steals Dukathole’s money.

Episode 3922: Monday, October 11th, 2021

As a compatible kidney donor for Vho-Masindi, Mulalo requests for an arm and a leg as compensation. Itseng and Vhutshilo get closer following their discussion of past experiences. London changes the mind of Tenda concerning Rendani’s cleansing.

Episode 3923: Tuesday, October 12th, 2021

Rendani takes a leap of faith. Vho-Mukondeleli convinces Hangwani to help reign Gizara in. Susan is in a no-nonsense mood.

Episode 3924: Wednesday, October 13th, 2021

Vho-Masindi opens up to Azwindini on why she visited Mulalo’s hotel room and what she was doing there. Rendani receives shocking news about the bank transactions. Shaz suspects that Itseng might be crushing on Vhutshilo. Shudu and Ndiwavho are not getting along with one of their school teachers, who is a racist.

Episode 3925: Thursday, October 14th, 2021

Itseng goes overboard in her pursuit of Vhutshilo’s attention as she believes that he likes her. Imani beholds Vhutshilo and Gugu in an inconvincible situation. Tendamudzimu brings the police to Rendani’s house.

Episode 3926: Friday, October 15th, 2021

Ndiwavho nearly gets suspended from school after behaving in a rebellious manner. News of Rendani getting arrested by the police makes rounds in the media. As a result, tension sweeps over the royal house. Gugu’s secret romantic partner is discovered as Imani pays her an unnotified visit.

Episode 3927: Monday, October 18th, 2021

Hangwani finds out who Vhutshilo is having a romantic affair with. Ndiwavho is racially abused at school. Imani catches London in the act.

Episode 3928: Tuesday, October 19th, 2021

Ndiwavho plans on exposing her school for being in support of racial discrimination. Rendani seems to have made a wrong move by soliciting a confession from London. Gugu is being confronted by Susan for taking advantage of Vhutshilo.

Episode 3929: Wednesday, October 20th, 2021

James seeks Imani’s help concerning Itseng. Trying to save her daughter from an ugly situation, a desperate new mom schemes to lobby the support of other mothers. A promising romantic affair takes a turn for the worst.

Episode 3930: Thursday, October 21st, 2021

Another engrossing Muvhango teaser comes in this episode as Vhutshilo’s internship contract is terminated by Gugu. Ndiwavho faces expulsion from school and thus, decides to stage a protest at her school. Hangwani files a missing report which might be late as London has more evils plans set against Rendani. Susan urges Vhutshilo to get Gugu out of his mind, but he still has affection for her.

Episode 3931: Friday, October 22nd, 2021

After being abducted by London, Rendani pleads for her freedom. Ndiwavho calls Tenda out for not showing her enough support. Vhutshilo makes a decision about Gugu regarding how she has treated him.

Episode 3932: Monday, October 25th, 2021

Tendamudzimu gets confronted with a life-changing decision. Gugu gets shocked after finding out that a sexual harassment complaint has been filed against her. Ndiwavho’s school protest yields some unexpected results.

Episode 3933: Tuesday, October 26th, 2021 

Problem ensues between Vho-Mukondeleli and Vho-Masindi as the former steals from the latter. Kgosi gets an unexpected visit in his hotel room, and the visit smells trouble. Tendamudzimu realizes his game is up after Moipone returns home.

Episode 3934: Wednesday, October 27th, 2021

Mpho touches Moipone and freaks out. Having been a suspect in a murder case, Kgosi gets arrested. Vho-Masindi removes all the pictures of Mulalo from the house, and this gets Vho-Mukondeleli furious.

Episode 3935: Thursday, October 28th, 2021

This October Muvhango episode comes with so much drama as one of the teasers is a payback time for an old matriarch. Hangwani takes a tough stance with Kgosi. James is greeted by an unpleasant surprise when he arrives home.

Episode 3936: Friday, October 29th, 2021

In the last October episode of Muvhango, Mpho plans to host a memorial for her missing child. Kgosi moves in with Marang at the hotel, and she encourages him to make peace with KK. When Kgosi tries to make amends with KK, he refuses to comply. Moipone wants Mantwa to keep her mouth shut after she returns to the house. Her presence makes him nervous. He eventually freaks out when Tenda comes visiting and meets Mantwa and the child.

Who Left The Soap Opera in 2021?

In January 2021, actress Buhle Samuels exited Muvhango. She portrayed the character of Matshidiso Mofokeng. She made her debut in 2014 and then got more famous following her outstanding depictions in the soapie. Hence, she was nominated for the Best Newcomer Award at the 2nd Annual Royalty Soapie Awards held in 2015. She presently plays the role of Zandile in Imbewu: The Seed. Then in March 2021, Liteboho Molise, who played the role of Mulalo Mukwevho’s wife (Teboho Mukwevho), left Muvhango to star in 1Magic’s soap opera, Liganishoni.

She got her career breakthrough with Muvhango as she stayed on the show for close to a decade. It was hard for her to bid farewell to her fans as her much-loved character would be missed. Her character was written out after she got arrested for the attempted murder of her husband, Mulalo, and the murder of Pfareni. Furthermore, Tebogo Thobejane reportedly left Muvhango in mid-2021. She spent only a few months in the soap opera, having joined the cast as Belinda in January 2021. She was sighted at the OR Tambo International Airport departures on June 30th, 2021.

According to Sunday World, Tebogo left South Africa to look for greener pastures in North Africa. She plans on nurturing her business career in Kenya and Ghana. It is pretty obvious that as Muvhango progresses in the coming months, there will be more departures and new cast members.

A Look at Muvhango’s New Additions

Following the departure of some of Muvhango‘s cast members in early 2021, many actors joined the soap opera. On January 7th, 2021, Kamo Letsosa debuted in Muvhango. She was cast in the role of Master, and her character reveals the dark side of KK. Also, actress Angela Atlang joined the show in August 2021, and she made her debut on August 16th. The Botswana native portrays the character of Itseng Motsamai, James Motsamai’s estranged sister who works as a stripper in the soapie.

Additionally, Portuguese actor Adriano Carlos made his debut in the TV series in August as well. He portrays the character of Andrew―the love interest of Sharon “Shaz” Mukwevho. The two met on an online dating app. Now let’s have a sneak peek into the lives of Muvhango‘s new cast members.

  • Kamo Letsosa

Popularly known for portraying Mapule Tsotetsi in Mzansi Magic’s soap opera, Greed & Desire, Kamo Letsosa is a South African actress who works as a dancer and TV presenter. Over the years, she has established herself as a talented actress with acclaimed performances in etv anthology drama series, eKasi: Our Stories and SABC1 legal drama series, Sokhulu & Partners. She also featured in the movie Kasi Mean Girls in 2017 and co-hosted the SABC1 series Mi Kasi Su Kasi the following year. Letsosa previously worked as the presenter of T.O.M.z show on SABC1 and WiredUp on SABC2, and Street Radio on Soweto TV. She was born on March 19th, 1991.

  • Angela Atlang

Angela Atlang was born in Maun, Botswana, on November 4th, 1994. She was raised by a single mother named Jeanie Atlang. She is a graduate of the University of Botswana, where she earned a Bachelor’s degree in Theatre Arts. Besides being famous for her acting talent, the gorgeous actress also has a knack for singing and songwriting. In 2016, she penned a song titled ‘Blesser.’ She also worked as a model in Botswana before moving to South Africa. As a new talent in the SA film industry, Angela hopes to build her budding acting career with her performances in Muvhango.

  • Adriano Carlos 

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Adriano Carlos and Shaz in Muvhango (Image Source)

Adriano Carlos is a multi-talented young man. In addition to being an actor, he is a dancer, singer, and photographer. The Muvhango actor is a graduate of Oakfields College. He also had training in Martial Arts for seven years and aspires to become a writer and a director. In the past years, he has worked as the assistant stage manager for Jonathan Roxmouth in Concert. Adriano has featured in multiple theatrical productions such as The Fanta Road Show and A Chorus Line. His film and TV credits include Binnelanders, Blue Noise, and Madiba.

Meet The Writers of The Muvhango TV Series 

Muvhango first debuted on TV on April 7th, 1997. It was created by Duma Ndlovu, who also serves as the show’s executive producer. The soap opera was written by many skilled scriptwriters in Mzansi. They include Sarah Smith, Loyiso Maqoma, Tsholofelo Ndlovu, Vusi Khoza, Pamela Power, Jacques Du Rand, Awlani Makhuvha, Marina Bekker, Nontuthuzelo Magoxo, and Amor Tredoux. Even though Duma Ndlovu serves as Muvhango‘s executive producer, other people produced the soapie. They include Malebo Mokoena, Herbert Hadebe, and Leo Phiri.

In 2006, Muvhango gained the South African Film and Television Award nomination for Best Soap Opera. The show’s storyline is family orientated. It seeks to mediate the conflict between the traditional and modern ways.

Highlights of The Main Cast Members of Muvhango TV Series and The Characters They Portray

Muvhango cast members
Muvhango cast members (Image Source)

  • Dingaan Khumalo – Portrays the character of James Motsamai
  • Zonke Mchunu –  Portrays the character of Imani Nkosi-Motsamai
  • Gabriel Temudzani –  Portrays the character of Azwindini Mukwevho
  • Murabeli Rasalanavho –  Portrays the character of Vho-Mukondeleli
  • Sydney Ramakuwela –  Portrays the character of Mulalo Mukwevho
  • Maumela Mahuwa –  Portrays the character of Susan Mukwevho
  • Bukamina Cebekhulu  –  Portrays the character of Gugu Nkosi-Zikalala
  • Regina Nesengani –  Portrays the character of Vho-Masindi Mukwevho
  • MacDonald Ndou –  Portrays the character of Khakhathi “KK” Mulaudzi
  • David Sebe –  Portrays the character of Vho-Gizara Mukwevho
  • Nathaniel Ramabulana –  Portrays the character of Tendamudzimu “Tenda” Mudau
  • Litebogo Molise –  Portrays the character of Teboho Mukwevho
  • Innocentia Makapila –  Portrays the character of Rendani Mukwevho-Mudau
  • Eunice Mabeta –  Portrays the character of Vho-Makhadzi Mukwevho
  • Azwimbavhi Litelu –  Portrays the character of Mpho Mudau
  • Connie Sibiya –  Portrays the character of Vho-Hangwani Mukwevho
  • Kingsley Ramabulana –  Portrays the character of Vhangani Ramasha
  • Sharon Seno –  Portrays the character of Marang
  • Humbulani Tsharani –  Portrays the character of Mulimisi
  • Candy Magadimisa –  Portrays the character of Sharon “Shaz” Mukwevho
  • Tebatjo Mashishi –  Portrays the character of Kgosi Mulaudzi

Where You Can Watch Muvhango TV Series  

Muvhango airs every Monday to Friday on the SABC2 TV channel at 21h00. It has a running time of 24 minutes to 26 minutes. To showcase the languages and cultures of South Africa, Muvhango, which was first filmed in the Tshivenda language, became multilingual. It currently has Sesotho, isiXhosa, English, and isiZulu as part of its original languages.

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