eHostela Teasers March 2019 – Upcoming Mzansi Magic drama series ‘eHostela’ teasers, previews, updates, episodes, highlights and spoilers for March 2019.

Coming up on eHostela  this March 2019:

Sunday, 03 March 2019
Episode 9

While grieving Khethiwe discovers a gift set aside for her by the deceased. In the brotherhood tensions between the council and Jama rise.

Sunday, 10 March 2019
Episode 10

Jama has a mole which keeps him one step ahead of the disbanded council as they try to dethrone him. Khethiwe gets an unlikely visitor who changes everything.

Sunday, 17 March 2019
Episode 11

Mndeni makes a shocking discovery about his family's past which shakes both his and Khethiwe's world.

Sunday, 24 March 2019
Episode 12

The community is up in arms and Mndeni and Khethiwe's bliss is interrupted when Mndeni has to save Juba from the trouble he has got himself into.

Sunday, 31 March 2019
Episode 13

Having lost everything Mndeni is on the path for revenge. He becomes an unlikely ally to Brightness as he calls upon all his resources to bring an end to the violence.

Other Mzansi Magic TV Guide

eHostela is on Mzansi Magic Every Sunday at 20h00.

eHostela is a new local drama series which debuted tonight on Mzansi Magic at 8PM. The series stars famous South African actors and actresses including Zola Nombona, Bheki Sibiya, Wiseman Mncube and many more. The 13-part series, which is produced by Stained Glass Productions, chronicles this world through the eyes of young inkabi Mndeni (Thobani Nzuza) and was entirely shot in KZN.

Mndeni, the adopted son of respected ring leader Mancinza (Bheki Sibiya) has ambitions of leaving this world behind to focus on his true passion – maskandi music. All seems to be going to plan with Mndeni’s commitment to one last hit, but his loyalty to the family is suddenly questioned when he meets Khethiwe (Lungelo Mpangase) at a maskandi competition and allows himself to fall in love. The thorny details of his last hit are soon revealed, and the young assassin’s life is suddenly plunged into turmoil.

Viewers will quickly be choosing sides between Mndeni and his more violent brother Jama (Wiseman Mncube), Mancinza’s biological son and assumed heir to the family business. Despite both brothers being inkabi, Jama is the polar opposite of Mndeni, driven by ambition and a ruthless hunger for power. Jama’s rage and jealousy spiral out of control when it’s revealed that Mancinza planned to leave the family business to the more reclusive Mndeni.

Meanwhile, a local police force incapacitated by fear dare not set foot in the infamous Delafuka Hostel’s surrounds. Detective Brightness Sithole (Zola Nombona) has been transferred to the region and she has a lot to prove in this hostile male-dominated setting. She is assigned to KwaDela Police Station situated just outside the dangerous hostel.

Sithole believes that The Brotherhood is the cause of the lawlessness in the community and is hellbent on breaking the world of corruption, murder and crime. Her partner, Detective Nkomo (Martin Ziqubu) is widely respected in the community and highly celebrated in the police force. He lost his former partner to the Delafuka Hostel when the hitmen sent a strong message to the police about their “territory” and Nkomo has an axe to grind.

eHostela plays every Sunday on Mzansi Magic channel 161 at 8PM