PHOTOS | Blood & Water season 2 underway in Cape Town

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  • The cast of Netflix's Blood & Water have arrived in Cape Town, as production for the second season kicks off.
  • Africa's second original Netflix series, saw 16-year-old Puleng Khumalo (Ama Qamata) investigate the 17-year-old cold case of her abducted sister.
  • Several cast members have excitedly shared social media posts about their arrival in Cape Town, and a behind-the-scenes look from the season's table read.


The second season of the Netflix series Blood & Water is in production in Cape Town.

In season one of Africa's second original Netflix series, we saw 16-year-old Puleng Khumalo (Ama Qamata) investigate the 17-year-old cold case of her abducted sister.

Puleng engineers a plan to transfer schools in an attempt to get closer to Fikile Bhele (Khosi Ngema) who she believes is her long-lost sister, and the season finale ended on a massive cliff-hanger when Puleng reveals her findings to Fikile. 

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Fans will be pleased to know that season 2 is finally in full swing - and will hopefully shine a light on Fikile's true parentage!

Thabang Molaba, who plays the role of Karabo Molapo, was one of the first to reveal that filming for the second season had kicked off when he shared an Instagram Story from Cape Town International where he is seen disembarking a plane with Ama Qamata.

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Following her arrival in the Mother City, Ama shared an Instagram Story from the set's wardrobe department, which was met with much excitement from fans of the show.

Thabang later shared several Instagram Stories from the table read, giving a glimpse of the cover from a Blood & Water season 2 script. 

"Mood as we kick off with Blood & Water Season 2," he captioned a photo on his Instagram feed on Monday.

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Natasha Thahane, who takes on the role of Wendy Dlamini, also shared a group photo with her co-stars Thabang and Arno Greeff on Instagram. 

Another cast member to share a behind-the-scenes look from the table read was Odwa Gwanya, who plays Puleng's younger bother, Siya. 

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