The 13 episodes of Season 2 were filmed in and around various locations in Johannesburg townships, ranging from Soweto to Westbury to Leeuwkop.
This year, more production teams were roped in, all drawing on the expertise of young fresh players in the industry from different regions in South Africa.
The three production houses who produced the dramas this season were Sobabili Productions (Neighbours, Summer Love, Foreign Husband and Four Room), Eclipse Productions (Sugar Mommy, Cell 3, Mapule We and Reversing the Curse) and Seleke Communications (Double Cross, A Family That Prays, Mkhuseli, Shamiela's Dream and The Lost Child).
Familiar faces such as Backstage's Katlego Ramaphakela (who played Neo) and Charl Timotheous (who played Ziggy) are some of the young writers involved.
Big names lead the production of these dramas: director and Tribeca Short Film award winner, Bheki Sibiya; Jika Majika director, Neo Matsunyane; and actor, director and entrepreneur, Thokozani Nkosi of Eclipse Productions.
This new season tackles the tougher side of the characters' lives and focuses more on the pragmatic, yet humorous, aspects of gritty life in the township.
The dramas tell stories of women born and raised in abusive situations, and characters tested by difficult trials. There are performances by actors such as Rhythm City's Ding Dong, Ronnie Nyakale, and former Generations actress, Palesa Mocuminyane.
The second season of eKasi was supported by the Gauteng Film Commission.
Season 2 premiered on e.tv on Monday 9 August 2010, at 21h00. She show went on hiatus after the sixth episode, which aired on 13 September, 2010, and resumed with Episode 7 - Stolen Child - on Monday 7 February 2011, at 21h00.