The third season of 90 Plein Street continues to focus on Dineo's (Warona Seane) struggles in the corridors of parliament. Dineo is chair of the mining committee and later appointed to minister of housing.
This season focuses on topical issues and current debates that most South Africans are familiar with and have an emotional or intellectual interest in. These issues include serious conflicts and define the South African political landscape.
90 Plein Street 3 raises questions in an objective manner and are relevant to all South Africans. The topics are approached naturally through the characters and are not didactic so the series remains a drama with emotional characters and story lines.
90 Plein Street explores and deals with issues of nationalization, housing and other stories about a woman in the country who raises South African struggles.
90 Plein Street is produced for SABC Education by Born Free Media for broadcast on SABC2.
After the first season James Ngcobo left the show and was replaced in the role of Zweli Motaung by Mpho Joseph Molepo for the second season.
Other Season 1 regulars not to reprise their roles in Season 2 included Dale Abrahams, Dorothy Ann Gould and Mac Manaka.
Returning cast members included Warona Seane, Dan Robbertse, Nadine Naidoo, Neo Ntlatleng and Connie Mfuku.
New main cast members for Season 2 included Mmabatho Montsho, Lindani Nkosi and Japan Mthembu.
Leads returning to Season 3 included Connie Mfuku, Florence Mokgatsi, Neo Ntlatleng, Nadine Naidoo and Lindani Nkosi. New leads, among others included Vatiswa Ndara, Mothusi Magano, Sello Sebotsane and Atandwa Kani.
The show was completely recast for Season 4, with Thembi Mtshali-Jones taking over the lead role of Dineo, now the President of the country. Other Season 4 leads include Terence Bridgett as manipulative backbencher Nathan Jantjies, Tshamano Sebe as Dineo's trusted advisor John Gumede and Precious Makgaretsa as community organiser Lerato Maduna.