Glamour is not a question, money is not an issue and drama is the name of the game as the Real Housewives of Johannesburg return for a second season.
Season 2 promises more over-the-top splendour and entertainment with more sparkle, lavish parties, expensive shoes and bigger handbags.
The Real Housewives of Johannesburg is executive produced by Sonia Mbele, Pebbles Gqunta and Rebone Sesing for RHOSA Productions. Liza Kleitman is the series producer and Japhta Mohlabane is the series director.
The title sequence music was composed by Samukelo Mahlalela.
The Real Housewives format is distributed internationally by NBCUniveral.
A former lawyer turned businesswoman with ambitions of becoming a superstar, Christall Kay is originally from Durban. She has walked the runway as a model and bagged a couple of commercials to prepare for a career as a singer.
Returning this season, Christall embarks on a journey with her growing music career.
She also learns to juggle new dynamics and everyday pressures of daily life and making "new friends" and reveals a glimpse into her charitable side.
A warm and charming beauty entrepreneur who owns a spa. She finds her happy ending at the heart of this series and is the glue that holds the Housewives together.
The other returning housewife this season, Brinnette is on the rise with major plans in the pipeline. Golf is the new love in her life as she rebuilds and reinvents her business.
Welkom-born Lebo Mokoena is married to a well-known businessman, Lebo Gunguluza (which means Lebo Gunguluza is married to Lebo Gunguluza).
She has published The South African Music Awards (SAMA) magazine for the past five years and is working on a new magazine that aims to equip women and young girls with life tools.
Lethabo 'Lejoy' Mathatho
Also new this season is Lethabo 'Lejoy' Mathatho from Seshego, Limpopo, who is the founder of LeJoy Foundation.
She is also an actress and radio and TV presenter who studied journalism at TUT. She is known to television audiences for her recurring role as Ma Mohube, a social worker, on the SABC1 youth soapie Skeem Saam.
Nompumelelo "Mrs Mops" Mophatlane
Mpumi Mophatlane is married to IT mogul Isaac Mophatlane. Born in Tsakane in the east of Johannesburg, Mrs Mops is a drama and theatre graduate from the University Of Witwatersrand.
The mother of three enjoys boxing and yoga.
Free-spirited, Botswana-born, UK-raised mother of five Mpho Merriweather is a chic wife, Afropunk project manager and trained jewellery designer.
Tarina Patel is an actress and businesswoman born in Cape Town and raised in Durban.
The psychology graduate has been in a number of Bollywood films and South African soapies including The Wild and Generations. She also starred in a film called One Night with the King.