Two more cast members revealed for thrilling new local show 'Trackers'

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Thapelo Mokoena and Sandi Schultz on the set of 'Trackers'. (Instagram/cyber.sass)
Thapelo Mokoena and Sandi Schultz on the set of 'Trackers'. (Instagram/cyber.sass)


Cape Town – Two more cast members have been revealed for M-Net's thrilling new series, Trackers.

Trackers, based on Deon Meyer's 7th book, weaves together various storylines that focus on black rhinos, the CIA, organised crime, diamond smuggling, state security and an international terrorist plot to attack Cape Town.

The six-episode series is being filmed in-and-around Cape Town in 2019 with a cast of both local and international talent.

Cast already announced include Ed Stoppard (The Pianist), Rolanda Marais (Waterfront) and James Alexander (The Wild).

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On Tuesday M-Net announced two more characters played by Sandi Schultz (Binnelanders) and Thapelo Mokoena (Broken Vows).

Sandi will play Janine Mentz, the head of the PBI who will be fighting for her agency's survival when she discovers a Cape Town Islamist Terrorist group may be planning a major attack from South Africa with one of the world's most wanted terrorists. If she can thwart their plot in spectacular fashion, it's possible she can save the PBI, but if she fails, the consequences could be catastrophic.

Thapelo will play Quinn, Janine's fiercely loyal and headstrong friend. A highly ambitious intelligence agent on a mission to save the agency and prevent the largest terrorist event in SA history.

SEE A POST OF THEM IN CHARACTER HERE:

Trackers will make its debut on M-Net (DStv 101) in October 2019 and will also be available on Showmax.


 

 

 

 

 

 

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