The Queen teasers for March 2022 are laden with lots of surprises, thriller actions, and of course, suspense. The whole episodes for this month are artistically created to keep viewers glued to their TV sets all through.
The Queen is a South African television series that documents the shady dealings of a notorious family, the Khozas. The Khozas are drug lords who hide behind their company to carry out all sorts of drug crimes. Episodes on the Queen are portrayed by very talented actors and actresses in the South African TV industry. The show has been running since 2016.
The Queen Teasers For March 2022
If you are a fan of The Queen, you don’t need to miss any episode of the show this month. The TV series has a high production value and pulls in huge viewership with each episode.
Episodes of the show for March revolve around Olerato, Harriet, Khumo, Schumacher, Vuyiswa, and others trying to keep up and deal with the challenges on their way.
Episode 157 – Tuesday, March 1, 2022
Harriet seeks Noma for some assistance. Olerato wants to meet Khumo, and she wants that in secret. Schumacher puts up a romantic gesture for Georgina.
Episode 158 – Wednesday, March 2, 2022
Sadly, Schumacher’s romantic date goes wrong as it is interrupted. Thando and Hector are dumbfounded by Khumo’s decision. Olerato lives a double life as she ducks and dives between the Sebata’s and Khoza’s.
Episode 159 – Thursday, March 3, 2022
Lovebirds Olerato and Khumo want a world of their way as they make plans to escape secretly. Schumacher eventually succeeds in turning a friendship into a romantic affair.
Episode 160 – Friday, March 4, 2022
Georgina and Schumacher’s secret has been exposed. Meanwhile, Khumo runs into the unexpected.
Episode 161 – Monday, March 7, 2022
Mjekejeke finds it difficult to believe that Georgina and Schumacher are an item. Olerato fails to get hold of Khumo. News of Khumo’s demise comes to Hector and Thando as a great shock.
Episode 162 – Tuesday, March 8, 2022
Harriet suspects someone close to her. Khumo’s death is taking a toll on Olerato, and she is finding it difficult to believe it.
Episode 163 – Wednesday, March 9, 2022
Thando is ready to do everything in her power to find the killers. How will she be able to pull through?
Episode 164 – Thursday, March 10, 2022
Thando is trying so hard to find someone to hit out at. Olerato couldn’t take it anymore, and she had to challenge Brutus.
Episode 165 – Friday, March 11, 2022
Olerato finds it difficult to come to terms with the death of the one she loves. Vuyiswa has a feeling that Hector is pulling away from her while the Sebatas prepare to bury one of their loved ones. Brutus ties up a loose end permanently.
Episode 166 – Monday, March 14, 2022
Vuyiswa tries to get through to establish contact with Hector to sympathize with Hector. Harriet’s health now gives her a lot of concern.
Episode 167 – Tuesday, March 15, 2022
Harriet runs to Hector in her hour of need. Thando and Vuyiswa are not in the right frame of mind following Hector’s disappearance for a day.
Episode 168 – Wednesday, March 16, 2022
Hector’s mysterious behavior gets Thando perplexed. Harriet fails to hold it together, leaving Brutus in great shock.
Episode 169 – Thursday, March 17, 2022
Thando and Patronella get romantically involved. Harriet is so convinced that her final days have certainly come.
Episode 170 – Friday, March 18, 2022
Hector finds it difficult not to think about Harriet, who has set out to see the doctor. Could it be that she has cancer, or is she free? Now, Hector can’t get Harriet out of his head, and no one knows if he will stay faithful to his wife or not.
Episode 171 – Monday, March 21, 2022
Brutus shows so much love for Harriet. He will also go all out to support her. Vuyiswa has finally come to terms that her husband has betrayed her with her mortal enemy, and she is unhappy.
Episode 172 – Tuesday, March 22, 2022
Thando finds it pretty difficult to believe that Hector and Harriet are in a serious romantic relationship. Hector sets out to make amends with Vuyiswa. Brutus is not pleased with Harriet’s presence in the Khoza mansion, so he plots to kick her out.
Episode 173 – Wednesday, March 23, 2022
Thando will not take it easy on her enemy, so she decides to take drastic steps in dealing with the enemy. In the long run, Harriet ditches her family just for the sake of love.
Episode 174 – Thursday, March 24, 2022
Harriet issues an ultimatum to Brutus. Vuyiswa takes Hector by surprise through her moves.
Episode 175 – Friday, March 25, 2022
Vuyiswa is determined to send Hector to jail. Will she succeed? Khoza world is hit by a major shift.
Episode 176 – Monday, March 28, 2022
MaJali is excited that Brutus is permanently back home. Vuyiswa is on the warpath. Harriet consumes a poisoned gift at a time she thinks everything is fine.
Episode 177 – Tuesday, March 29, 2022
All the Khoza boys find it difficult to settle on the way forward for Brutus. It now dawns on Thando that she is about to lose her father for good. Back in the KZN homestead, tensions are running high.
Episode 178 – Wednesday, March 30, 2022
Vuyiswa is not ready to back down until she deals with Hector. Now, she is almost successful in finding the evidence she needs against Hector. Hector destroys everything that will connect him with Thando again.
Episode 179 – Thursday, March 31, 2022
Hector starts to question everything when he’s faced with losing one of his beloved. Brutus and Bhambatha continue to kick against each other when it becomes clear who their favorite son is.
Summary Of The Queen Episodes For February 2022
The show in February began with Vuyiswa having second thoughts about having the baby. But unfortunately, Hector eventually discovered all the terrible secrets she had been keeping from him.
Olerato, in the long run, returned home but Goodness was so displeased with her decision. It was such a difficult period for the former as she was left to choose between her family and her lover.
As the show advanced, Harriet and Brutus were seen trying all they could to separate Khumo and Olerato. Georgina’s strong feelings for Schumacher were definitely something else, and she was all out to win him over. Although Khumo contemplated taking his life, his and Olerato’s ideas were all he needed to keep pushing and fighting for what he wanted.
List of The Queen Actors and The Characters They Play
- Connie Ferguson – Harriet Mathapelo – Khoza
- Rapulana Seiphemo – Colonel Hector Sebata
- Themba Ndaba – Brutus Khoza
- Loyiso Macdonald – Kagiso Khoza
- Sthembiso Khoza – Shaka Khoza
- Dineo Langa – Keabetwe Khoza
- Zandile Msutwana – Vuyiswa “Sis Vee” Maake – Sebata
- Zenande Mfenyana- Goodness Mabuza-Khoza
- Jessica Nkosi – Thando Sebata
- Lorraine Moropa – Olerato Mathapelo
- Sibusisiwe Jili – Detective Georgina Zulu
- Vuyolwethu Ngcukana – Lumko “Schumacher” Toto
- Sipho Manzini – Jabulani “Mjekejeke” Zulu
- Thembsie Matu – Patronella “Sis Pat” Zulu
- Brenda Ngxoli – NomaPrincess “Noma” Matshikiza
- Cindy Mahlangu – Siyanda Dlamini
- Tsholo Ditshejane – Antoinette
- Paballo Koza – Khaya Khoza
- Molemo Tlali – Khumo Sebata
Actors Who Left The South African Show Recently
Many actors have left The Queen over the years either to join other TV series or pursue other interests. Some also left upon the expiration of their contracts with the producers of the TV series. Here are the actors who recently bade the show farewell.
1. Sthembiso SK Khoza
Sthembiso Khoza is a talented South African actor. He has starred in the South African telenovela iNkaba. The name of his character in The Queen is Shaka Khoza, the oldest son of Mzi Khoza, who is also close to his uncle, Brutus.
Shaka was “killed” by Kagiso during a fight with Dingane. He, however, “resurrected” from the dead. He tried to kill Kagiso and Dingane in revenge, but peace was restored between Harriet and Brutus. He also was engaged to Goodness Mabuza but caught her cheating on him with his brother Kagiso.
SK Khoza was reportedly dismissed from The Queen after it was reported that he allegedly assaulted his ex-fiancée Ayanda “Mandy” Hlongwane. The actor was born on July 1, 1986, in Ntuzuma, KwaZulu-Natal. He graduated from Parkhill High School and the University of Johannesburg, where he studied Sports Management.
He has made several TV appearances since his career began. Some of the projects he’s been part of include Channel O’s Mzanzi Ridez (as host), Vuzu’s V-Entertainment magazine show (as a field presenter), TransAfrica radio’s radio host, MC, and voice-over artist.
2. Cindy Mahlangu
— Cindy Mahlangu (@cindythando4) June 27, 2021
Cindy Mahlangu is a South African actress and model. She was born in Standerton, Mpumalanga, on November 21, 1996. She portrayed the fictional character Siyanda Dlamini in The Queen. Her character was employed at The Corner House as a waitress after her fiancè was murdered.
Dlamini is also a recovering drug addict after she got access to the Khoza merchandise. She fell pregnant for Kagiso but later had a miscarriage after discovering that Goodness was also carrying Kagiso’s child. Apart from The Queen, Mahlangu has also starred in The Herd, the e.tv soapie drama Scandal!, and Makoti as Kayise. The reason for her exit from the show is still unknown.
3. Loyiso McDonald
Loyiso MacDonald is a South African actor. He portrayed Kagiso Khoza in The Queen. In addition, he has also starred in other productions, including Isidingo, Dush, 3 Way Junction, Chin Up, and Happy Family.
His character is the youngest child of Harriet Khoza and a serial dater, having had romantic relationships with Amo, Goodness, Kamina, Akhona, and Siyanda. Kagiso, a pilot in the army, is also a brother to Shaka and Kea. Kagiso married Goodness Mabuza, and they share a daughter named Mvelo.
Loyiso was born in Eastern Cape on July 7, 1986. Upon graduating from Durban film school, where he studied speech and drama, he worked for a bank and a telecommunications Call Centre before launching his acting career. The actor reportedly left The Queen to pursue other endeavors.
4. Ntando Duma
Ntando Duma is a talented actress, TV personality, and model. She portrayed the character Mpho Sebata in the Queen. Mpho, as seen in the popular television series, is Thando’s younger sister, Hector’s youngest daughter, and an heiress to the Sebata business.
Mpho is unaware of the drug business. She married Schumacher but divorced him after she caught him with another man in the Sebata mansion. Sebata was shot and killed by the Khoza’s at Hector’s 50th birthday.
The actress left the show for greener pastures barely two years after she joined the show. Though viewers severally questioned her acting skills, she revealed in her post-exit message that she already had a new acting gig with Netflix.
Ntando, born on August 29, 1995, in Orange Farm Johannesburg, began her journey in the entertainment industry in 2014. Apart from the Queen, she has starred in e.tv’s soap opera Rhythm City as Zinzi Dandala. Duma is also a presenter on e.tv’s youth programming block Craz-e, where she primarily featured on Craz-e World live.
New Actors Are Set To Join The Queen TV Series
About four South African actors are expected to join other casts in The Queen soonest. As announced by Connie Ferguson’s daughter Lesedi Matsunyane recently, The Queen production team is looking for four new male actors to portray the roles of Brutus’ isiZulu speaking sons – Nkosiyabo, Nqobizitha, Cebo’elihle Khoza, and Mlungisi.
Brutus is one of the prominent elders in the Khoza clan in the popular show. He has a couple of male children all over Mzansi, and it seems he wants to reunite with them. The production team is yet to unveil the identities of the successful actors.
The Queen Has Been Running Since 2016
The telenovela began airing on August 1, 2016, and it’s been on since then. Today, it holds the record as one of the most-watched soap operas in the country. The Queen airs on Mzansi Magic every Monday to Friday at 2100hrs. Repeats air weekdays at 1000hrs and 1300hrs while Marathons air weekends from 1100hrs to 1330hrs.
The show runs between 22 – 24 minutes and has aired about 1402 episodes (as of February 24, 2022). The TV series’s original languages are English, Setswana, Sepedi
Afrikaans, isiZulu, and isiXhosa.
The telenovela is directed by Andries van der Merwe, Xolani Mabaso, Zolani Phakade, and Wandile Magadla. At the same time, some of its writers are Phathutshedzo Makwarela, Christa Biyela, Nelisiwe Ngcobo, Gwydion Beynon, Lebogang Mogashoa, and Linda Bere.
Several actors have won awards for their roles in the popular soap opera, including Loyiso MacDonald, Themba Ndaba, and Sthembiso Khoza. In 2020, the show won the Outstanding Lighting and Outstanding Wardrobe awards at the Royalty Soapie Awards.