Seng'Khathele is a South African reality television series created by Tebogo Keebine which gives couples the platform to tell their significant other that they are no longer happy and want out of the relationship.
A Zulu expression for "I'm tired!", Seng'Khathele brings together couples seeking closure and allows them to unpack all the reasons that have bought them to the point of wanting to end the relationship.
The reasons for wanting to break up include deceit, drug addiction, infidelity, financial problems, abuse and even bedroom problems.
The series is hosted by Lerato Mvelase, with post counselling and therapy being offered to the couples featured on the show.
The first two seasons focused more on gender-based violence issues; Season 3 diversifies the reasons why people break up.
In the third season there are fresh, young, vibey stories that speak to the common issues of why people break up.
These include when a partner won't sleep with you, when you feel you've run out of love for them, when they stop providing financially or when religious issues come between couples.
Expect diverse stories that ordinary South Africans break up with their partner for.
In the Season 3 premiere: Katlego believes Vusi has been using witchcraft on her.
Seng'Khathele was created by Tebogo Keebine and is produced by Tribal Media House with executive producers Tebogo Keebine, Kearan Pennells and Dithapelo Segodi.
The music is by Minno and Sotho Mafia Entertainment; the title sequence composition is by Sticktainment.