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When We Were Black Season 2


SABC 1 Thursdays at 20h30

When We Were Black returns to your screen with a brand new season. It’s 1986. Political tension in the Cape Province is at an all time high and the apartheid government declares a State of Emergency. Amidst this turmoil, Mandisa (Zandile Madiwa), a young dreamer with a golden voice, yearns to become the next Brenda Fassie. All her mother Rebecca (Andrea Dondolo) knows is that her darling child sings at their church in Langa, and that one day Mandisa will follow in her footsteps and become a nurse. When she comes home to find Mandisa singing along and dancing provocatively to Brenda Fassie’s “Weekend Special” on television, Rebecca is horrified.  Rebecca bans Mandisa from watching television, from improving her singing at MAPP (a venue in the “coloured” suburb of Athlone where art and musical ability is nurtured) and is particularly concerned at Mandisa’s dream of leaving Langa to go to Johannesburg to sing. Rebecca is pleased when Mandisa’s best friend, Jomo (Lemogang Tsipa), returns from his studies at Fort Hare. She is sure Jomo will contain Mandisa’s restlessness. Jomo has always been in love with Mandisa but her feelings for him are ambiguous. Mandisa is encouraged to go to MAPP by her teacher, Mistress, and Jomo agrees to take her there. In Athone, Mandisa encounters a world that will change her life forever. She meets a talented and appealing guitarist, Shaheed (Keenan Arrison), which leads to Mandisa joining his band. Their style is different: Mandisa is all about pop music while their sound is eclectic, jazzy, African. However, the band is competing in the regional rounds of The Shell Road to Fame Competition – and the winners go to Johannesburg – so they agree to find a common sound.