Tue 01 Mar 2016, 15:00
The new series features even more local artefacts, including an original bronze casting of Professor Chris Barnard's hands.
Pawn Stars SA, set in the Cash Inn pawn shop in Johannesburg, premieres on HISTORY (186) on Tuesday 29 March at 20:30.
Owner Roy Peretz, his business partners Eytan and Liel, and assistants Irene and Solly meet customers from all walks of life who want to pawn or sell a range of quirky, unique and sometimes valuable items. South Africa’s rich and diverse culture provides a treasure-trove of fascinating artefacts from past to present, from muscle cars to military memorabilia, which flood through the shop doors.
The second season of Pawn Stars SA introduces a new member of the team, Cecily Pavoncelli. Cecily’s mission will be to spend Roy’s money on some fine items, bringing in a creative and positive energy to the store. Another new addition to the show, and supporting the team at Cash Inn, will be University of Pretoria's Professor Frans johan Pretorius, author of numerous books and an expert on recent South African history.
The new series features even more local artefacts, including an original bronze casting of Professor Chris Barnard's hands, a piece of literary history from Nobel Prize-winning author Nadine Gordimer and amazing original sketches from the proudly South African movie Zambezia. Some of the more intriguing discoveries include maps, personal items and firearms, as well as more recent historical items that have emerged from the country's liberation struggle over the past 50 years.
Pawn Stars SA premieres on HISTORY (186) on Tuesday 29 March at 20:30.