Sibongile & The Dlaminis surpasses 2 million live viewers

17 April 2024
It’s a clear indication of the love and appreciation the viewers have for the show.
Sibongile & The Dlaminis S1 reaches 2m viewers

Mzansi Wethu telenovela Sibongile & The Dlaminis has recorded viewership numbers of over 2.6 million, making it the most watched show on Mzansi Wethu.


The past month has seen an impressive average viewership of over 2 million, with the highest being 2 688 338 live viewers.


“This is a cause for celebration and a clear indication of the love and appreciation that our viewers have for Sibongile & The Dlaminis,” said Nomsa Philiso, CEO of General Entertainment.

“What makes this telenovela so special is the combination of good scripting, casting and overall production, which makes it a pleasure to watch. Thank you very much to our middle and mass scripted team for this one and we hope that with Season 2 coming soon, we will see more growth in viewership numbers because there is still more to this story.”


Sibongile & The Dlaminis tells the story of Sibongile Mbambo (played by Luyanda Zwane), a young woman from the rural village of Ixopo in KwaZulu-Natal who becomes a domestic worker in the lavish mansion of the wealthy Dlamini family.


Her journey to fulfilling her dreams of happiness, love, and success is met with challenges which include having to lie to her father, losing out on love, and missing the opportunity to rise above expectations that people have of her.


Other star cast members who make this a must-watch include Vuyo Biyela (Kwenzo), Siyabonga Shibe (Njengaye Dlamini) Ayanda Borotho (Phetheni Dlamini), and Slindile Nodangala (Deliwe Mbambo)

Sibongile & The Dlaminis has been renewed for Season 2 and you can continue watching it on Monday - Wednesday at 18:30 on Mzansi Wethu DStv Channel 163. You can also watch it on DStv Stream, anywhere.


Watch Sibongile & The Dlaminis, Mondays to Wednesdays at 18:30 on DStv channel 163, stream, and catch up on episodes on DStv Stream.

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