The Queen July 2022 returns with interesting and exciting episodes with more drama to watch out for. Things have gone from terrible to worse for Brutus and Mlungisi. Meanwhile, Hector has finally concluded his future and plans with Harriet. However, Noma’s burgles are exposed. Continue reading the Queen teasers in July 2022 to find out more.
Highlights of The Queen for June 2022
In June 2022 in The Queen, Brutus’s son Nkosiyabo had quite interesting adventures in the previous episodes of The Queen. Meanwhile, Goodness makes rapid transformations in her life. Hector and Vuyiswa, on the other hand, share a wonderful moment that bonds them. On the flip side, Harriet is not confident about her love life.
Furthermore, Brutus and Mlungisi argued until they couldn’t face each other anymore. Hector is torn between Harriet and a growing relationship. Brutus does the impossible to humiliate Mlungisi. Meanwhile, tragedy stroke unexpectedly in a family affair. In the climax, Harriet’s envy reaches its peak. What will be her reaction?
The Queen Teasers for July 2022
Episode 246: Monday 4 July 2022 – To Catch a Killer
Hector eventually succeeds in his plans with Vuyiswa. Meanwhile, Noma’s robbers are finally exposed.
Episode 247: Tuesday 5 July 2022 – Betrayed
Goodness is startled after discovering she has been betrayed. When Hector decides to move on, Harriet changes his heart by suddenly recommitting to their relationship.
Episode 248: Wednesday 6 July 2022 – No place to hide
Mlungisi is consumed with guilt. Meanwhile, Goodness finally gets a lead on Blessing’s location.
Episode 249: Thursday 7 July 2022 – Family ties
Hector makes a move to rekindle an old relationship. On the other hand, Brutus is on the hunt for the person who threatens his life.
Episode 250: Friday 8 July 2022 – My son, my shooter!
Brutus discovers a rotten apple around his household. Vuyiswa makes a difficult decision, unwilling to betray her stance for the sake of love.
Episode 251: Monday 11 July 2022 – Betrayal
Brutus finally comes to a realization and makes a brutal decision. Meanwhile, Vuyiswa decides to cut ties with the past, leaving Hector devastated.
Episode 252: Tuesday 12 July 2022 – Like father, like son
Thando receives life-changing news. However, Brutus plans a sensational return to Khoza Logistics.
Episode 253: Wednesday 13 July 2022 – Baby fever
Hector is tormented by the grievous mistakes he made in the past, while Thando gets unexpected news.
Episode 254: Thursday 14 July 2022 – Cutting ties
Bhambatha and Thando reveal the news to their families about their reunion. Meanwhile, Cebo’elihle receives lessons and mentorship at Khoza Logistics.
Episode 255: Friday 15 July 2022 – The ultimate betrayal!
Harriet is perplexed as she watches all she fought hard for fall apart.
Episode 256: Monday 18 July 2022 – Full disclosure
Cebo’elihle and MaJali vow to punish Harriet after negotiating with Bhambatha’s lobola. Whereas Hector finally confesses to Thando how he feels about Vuyiswa.
Episode 257: Tuesday 19 July 2022 – Make the family and circle bigger
The negotiations with lobola become highly eventful. In a swift reaction, Bayanda drags Mjekejeke’s hand.
Episode 258: Wednesday 20 July 2022 – No more forever
Harriet is extremely upset about how her fairytale is gradually slipping away. Meanwhile, Mjekejeke stuns Patronella by dropping a bomb.
Episode 259: Thursday 21 July 2022 – Into the dark side
After trying everything possible to save her marriage from crashing, Harriet finally gives up and steps into the dark side.
Episode 260: Friday 22 July 2022 (The Season finale!) – Celebration and sorrow
Bloodshed happens at Bhambatha and Thando’s engagement party. The final season (Season seven) of The Queen premieres on 25 July 2022, for 125 episodes. More so, the Series Finale is available to air on 13 January 2023. Notwithstanding, we’ll add teasers for the final season as soon as they’re available.
The Queen: List of Actors and Characters
- Connie Ferguson as Harriet Mathapelo Khoza
- Themba Ndaba as Brutus Khoza
- Sthembiso ‘SK’ Khoza as Shaka Khoza
- Loyiso MacDonald as Kagiso Khoza
- Zandile Msutwana as Vuyiswa “Sis Vee” Jola-Maake
- Thembsie Matu as Patronella “Sis Pat” Zulu
- Vuyolwethu Ngcukana as Lumko “Schumacher” Toto
- Sipho Manzini as Jabulani “Mjekejeke” Zulu
- Sibusisiwe Jili as Georgina “Gigi” Zulu
- Rapulana Seiphemo as Colonel Hector Sebata
- Kenneth Nkosi as Detective Jaros Motale
- Jessica Nkosi as Thando Sebata
- Ntando Duma as Mpho Sebata
- Xolani Mayekiso as Thato
- Tsholofelo Dithejane as Antoinette
Omuhle Gela is the Newest Addition to The Queen Cast
Beautiful actress and media personality Omuhle Gela is set to appear in the new episodes of The Queen. The 29-year-old Omuhle will be playing the role of Khumbuzile. Khumbuzile is a love child. However, no one knows about her existence because, as an only child, she was hidden by her father.
She’s focused on her family and is practically trying to get to meet her siblings. More so, She’s an independent young lady studying to obtain her honors and is quite self-sufficient.
The Queen: Actors That Have Left the Show So Far
- Xolani Mayekiso
Xolani Mayekiso, who played the role of Thato Maake, bid farewell to his entertaining character on the popular series in May. This is not far from the fact that his character, Thato Maake, got killed by Hector Sebata, a role played by Rapulana Seiphemo.
- Ntando Duma
Actress and TV host Ntando Duma, who played the character of Mpho Sebata, unceremoniously exited the show just two months after the elimination of Xolani Mayekiso’s character. However, viewers complained about her acting skills, after which her character got shot and killed on her birthday by the Khozas.
The Queen Production Team
The Queen is directed by Andries van der Merwe, Xolani Mabaso, Zolani Phakade, and Wandile Magadla. It is produced by Lauren Neil, Amanda Que, and Eva Khumalo Banda, with Connie Ferguson as its executive producer.
The Queen is produced by a film and TV series production company named Ferguson Films, which is owned by Connie Ferguson, a Botswana actress, filmmaker, film producer, and businesswoman based in South Africa.
The South African-based TV series, which has been airing since 1 August 2016, is supported and aired on Mzansi Magic and will likely remain there for a long time.
Where and When to Watch The Queen?
The Queen airs weekdays – Mondays to Fridays at 21h00 on Mzansi Magic DSTV channel 161. Each episode has a running time of 22-24 minutes. And with all that has been itemized above in the Queen teasers for July 2022, you will surely have the thrill of your life watching each episode of one of South Africa’s favorite TV shows.