Black Tax returns for a second season

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Jo-Anne Reyneke. Photo: BET Africa
Jo-Anne Reyneke. Photo: BET Africa

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The playful BET Africa series Black Tax has been renewed for a second season, with the first two episodes garnering a warm reception among audiences.

The sitcom depicts the life of Thuli Dlamini, whose parents move into her home in Sandton after things getting financially unstable for them. She must adjust as her life now includes having her parents underfoot, and she faces a balancing act when it comes to exploring any love interests and raising two boisterous children.

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