Naledi and Qhawe’s honeymoon phase is over as things get real on The Wife

Naledi and Kawe’s honeymoon period ends when the wife goes about her business.


When Naledi and Qhawe’s relationship began in Season 2 of The Wife, things were sweet as the couple was enjoying the honeymoon phase of their relationship. This phase was short-lived, but things quickly became a reality as Season 2 ended on a high note.

About the upcoming season, Kwenzo Nkobo said that Naledi and Kawe’s love story is just beginning. Difficulties arise after a month. That’s where the drama begins,” commented a fan favorite.

The hit Showmax Original The Wife returns on November 10, 2022. In its most explosive season yet, with three episodes out every Thursday, the 2023 Audience Awards went to Kwenzo (Rising Star) and Abdul Khoza (Best Actor).

The Wife won 10 awards at the 2022 SAFTA including Best Telenovela, Bonko Khoza for Best Actor, and Abdul Khoza for Best Supporting Actor.

To build on the anticipation for the new season, Showmax has released teasers for the third and final season of multi-award-winning, record-breaking, and top telenovela on Twitter, The Wife. See below:

“The Wife” Season 3


Each season of the telenovela so far has focused on one main couple. The first season was about Mqhele (Bonko Khoza) and Hlomu (Mbalenhle Mavimbela).

Season 2 was all about Zandhir (Hani Mbau) and Nkosana (Mondri Mahova), but Season 3 will focus on Naledi and Kawe.

Dubbed “Star-Crossed Lovers” this season, the new season of Her The Wife begins with the continuation of the previous season when Tswana doctor Naledi Monsho was kidnapped by an unknown force.

Kwenzo called the season “a story about two people fighting for love” and added, “What Kawe and Naledi have is beautiful. People will see this couple face many challenges and see their world shattered. There are many people in love who find it difficult to love each other. I think this story is very relatable for them. It’s really beautiful.


Watch: The honeymoon phase is over for Naledi and Qhawe as things get real on ‘The Wife’