Blood and Water is one of the shows that represent Netflix’s immense diversity when it comes to bringing quality productions from every single part of the world. In the case of Blood and Water, we are focusing on South Africa and its teenagers who are struggling with multiple problems. Expectedly, the Blood and Water cast consists mostly of young and talented South African actors who are ready to be a part of the show for a 2nd season as well.
The series’ 2nd season just got premiered on Netflix on Sept.24, 2021, and once again provided us with more drama than we need. We had resolutions, scandals, and major reveals that caused all of us to demand a Season 3 immediately. Blood and Water cast also proved itself worthy of waiting for as it managed to be one with the show’s unique characters.
In this article, we will take a look at the Blood and Water Season 2 cast. If you want to know more about these young South African talents, stay tuned!
Cast of Blood & Water on Netflix
Blood and Water cast was already a blessing back in Season 1 when the show first got introduced. However, with some critical additions in Season 2, the Blood and Water cast reached its perfection. The names we have got the pleasure to watch on Season 2 of the show were Ama Qamata (Puleng Khumalo), Khosi Ngema (Fikile Bhele), Thabang Molaba (Karabo “KB” Molapo), Dillon Windvogel (Wade Daniels), Natasha Thahane (Wendy Dlamini), Gail Mabalane (Thandeka Khumalo), Cindy Mahlangu (Zama Bolton) Arno Greeff (Chris Ackerman), Mekaila Mathys (Tahira Kahn) and Greteli Fincham (Reece van Rensburg).
There were also Leroy Siyafa (Sam Nkosana), Katishcka Chanderal (Pauline) and Alzavia Abrahams (Zyd), Sello Maake ka Ncube (Matla Molapo), Xolile Tshabalala (Nwabisa Bele), Getmore Sithole (Julius Khumalo), Odwa Gwanya (Siya Khumalo), Sandi Schultz (Principal Daniels), Patrick Mofokeng (Brian Bhele), Zikhona Sodlaka (Janet Nkosana), Sonia Mbele (Lisbeth Molapo), Duane Williams (Mark Tedder), and Khathishka Chanderlal (Pauline).
Ama Qamata (Puleng Khumalo)
23-years-old South African actress is known for participation in not only the Blood and Water cast but also the Mzansi Magic series Gomora. She is still at the beginning of her career, enjoying her new fame and seemingly rocking the single life.
Khosi Ngema (Fikile Bhele)
19-years-old Ngema is a model, singer, and actress. Blood and Water is her debut role and we can not believe she is still so good in it.
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Thabang Molaba (Karabo Molapo ‘KB’)
26-years-old Molaba’s most prominent project so far, other than the Blood and Water, was the telenovela The Queen back in 2017.
Natasha Thahane (Wendy Dlamini)
26-years-old Thahane is not only an actress but also a social media influencer. She has been in projects such as Lockdown and Kedibone before. Even though we know that she is dating an American guy, the details of this mysterious man’s identity remain a secret.
Greteli Fincham (Reece Van Rensburg)
20-years-old Fincham has been in multiple TV series. The most well-known of them was the kykNet show Alles Malan.
Arno Greeff (Chris Ackerman)
Greef is a 26 years old South African actor. Even though he played in multiple projects before, his introduction to the international market has been possible through Blood and Waters.
Leroy Siyafa (Sam Nkosana)
Siyafa is one of the members of the Blood and Water cast who has been just introduced to the acting world. Blood and Water is his first-ever role. Before, he was a model. He recently spoke to POPSUGAR and said: “last year [of high school] I was given the role of becoming a school musical leader Musical 6th Ward. And through that performance, I was absorbed in acting and wanted to be an actor.” Still, Siyafa has gone to the college to study IT, until his signing with a modeling agency.