Mar­ried to the Moswanes

Wed­dings are part of this fam­ily’s her­itage in Bro­ken Vows

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Week­days (*194) 20:00 It’s all about big days in new te­len­ov­ela Bro­ken Vows (2017- cur­rent), which fol­lows the Moswanes and their wed­ding-plan­ning busi­ness Yours Truly Wed­ding Con­cepts. The ac­tion is set in Midrand, Gaut­eng and cen­tres on sis­ters and best friends Aza­nia and Thandi (Enhle Ma­phu­mulo and Jo-Anne Reyneke), who now run the busi­ness that their mother Mam Gertrude (Thembi Mt­shali-Jones) started. “Wed­dings are ac­tion-packed and we wanted to cap­ture the peo­ple who bring the events to life,” say pro­duc­ers Genna Lewis and Sunni Saba. But the drama ex­tends beyond drapes, cater­ing and con­fetti and into the per­sonal lives of the Moswane fam­ily and their close as­so­ci­ates, in­clud­ing…

Ma­tri­arch Mam Gertrude (Thembi Mt­shali-Jones) leads by ex­am­ple. She’s strong-willed and pres­sures on her chil­dren to be suc­cess­ful. Thandi (Jo-Anne Reyneke) is the se­nior wed­ding plan­ner. She was adopted as a 15-year-old and wants to out­shine her sis­ter at ev­ery turn. Aza­nia (Enhle Ma­phu­mulo) is the baby of the fam­ily and the more cre­ative sis­ter. She’s mar­ried to for­mer soccer player Chris (Em­manuel Castis). They work hard to keep Mam Gertrude happy and are plan­ning to start a fam­ily. Uhuru (Thapelo Mokoena) is Mam Gertrude’s in­ves­tiga­tive jour­nal­ist son who takes pride in telling the truth. “Uhuru is fear­less and re­li­able, but he wants to please ev­ery­one, which comes back to hurt him,” says Thapelo. Ace (Sello Se­bot­sane) is Mam Gertrude’s ex- con­vict hubby who’s hop­ing to win back his fam­ily. He’s ma­nip­u­la­tive and lies to his chil­dren to get them on his side. Ly­dia (Nomsa Nene) is Thandi’s ir­re­spon­si­ble bi­o­log­i­cal mom who blames the Moswanes for her trou­bled re­la­tion­ship with her daugh­ter. Ly­dia will do al­most any­thing to get in Thandi’s good books now. Feisty Lu­lama (Nam­bitha Ben-Mazwi) is an as­pir­ing de­signer who takes care of the wed­ding fash­ion sec­tion of the fam­ily busi­ness.

Aza­nia (left) and her sis­ter Thandi head up their fam­ily wed­ding busi­ness.

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