Divas of Jozi is a South African docu-reality television series which follows six privileged women as they navigate the ups and downs of the glitz and glam, living the lives that many dream of.
These ladies have the money and the style and they get to attend parties that only the elite are seen at, rubbing shoulders with the who's who of the world.
The show is filmed around the country, taking the viewer anywhere the Divas go for a bit of fun, and takes you behind the high walls of the big mansions of the wealthy.
The Divas expect to relate to female entrepreneurs, single moms juggling a career and parenthood and those living the cushy life of having bagged a filthy rich husband and all the perks that come with it.
The series is produced by Buzz E and Bravoplex Media. The executive producer is Sinini Mati. The series voiceover artist is Sorisha Naidoo.
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South Africans first met this media personality when she had a role in the e.tv soapie Scandal!, which she played for three years. She later moved to Home Affairs the drama series and also did a presenting stint on Eastern Mosaic.
She is currently married to Durban-based billionaire Vivian Reddy and is a mother of two, with many business interests and philanthropic work. The former Miss India South Africa runs a very popular aesthetic clinic nestled in the heart of Durban.
Fashion entrepreneur Aimee Sadie promises to show us a fresh Joburg through her eyes. She lives in Sandton and runs the family-owned business DESCH at Sandton City Mall, where she dresses many of Joburg's elite.
Aimee is a yoga and meditation enthusiast and a recovering alcoholic.
Single mom Nazley Delport is a sweet person until you cross her. She is an Image Coach as well as a partner in a hair product company. While running her business ventures she also juggles studies towards Business Management at business school.
Currently in her second marriage is Puleng Mash-Spies. She has two children from her previous marriage, having married young and divorced early. Her second husband is a restaurateur and they both run a charity organisation.
What keeps her most busy are her affairs as the Queen of Dainfern, a title she bestowed on herself for the up-market gated estate in Fourways. Puleng is also known for enjoying a glass of red wine with her breakfast.
The fifth member is radio and TV presenter Stevie French, who worked as a primetime news anchor for Fox Channel in in America. Her acting profile includes roles in SABC3's soapie Isidingo and the SABC1 political thriller Ihawu. She is also a presenter on CliffCentral.
The final diva is mother of four boys and recruitment company owner Christie Swanepoel. She lives by the motto "energy, passion and human touch". She runs a business with her ex-husband and is engaged to be married to second husband Justin.