Season 2 of Erfsondes ended when Sam's plans to kidnap the Spencer twins was thwarted, after her accomplice swapped the snatched baby girl with Amorey's baby. She raised the little girl, whom she named after Kate.
Three years later Sam had remorse and in an attempt to reconcile with her brother she tried to find little Katie (Alené Pretorius) and reunite her with her parents, Kate and Chris.
Unfortunately Kate slowly uncovered the truth before Sam could achieve this and in an attempt to force a confession from Sam at gunpoint, Kate accidentally shot her husband.
Season 3 deals with what happens after Chris was shot. Will he live? Will Kate go to prison? Will Sam finally be brought to justice?
The series also broadens in this season with the story of Vuyo Ngaleka (Bongo Mbutuma). The son of the chauffeur, Vuyo, is practically raised in the Spencer household by the lonely alcoholic Lucille (Sandra Prinsloo), who finds a substitute for her own children, who have been placed in boarding school by her husband.
Just like his father, Vuyo becomes the custodian of all the Spencer secrets. Reminiscent of Kate's searching for her roots, Vuyo also finds himself estranged from his cultural roots.
When he falls in love with policewoman Thandeka Moloi (Talitha Ndima) he is confronted with the cultural issue of his manhood. His best friend, Sepecia Motaung (Rantebeng Makapan), hopes he will return home and do his Abakwetha.
That is until he too develops a crush on Thandeka...
Erfsondes is produced by Imani Media with Henriëtta Gryffenberg as the associate producer and writer. The series is directed by Bobby Heaney.