Fraxie, KykNET’s all-new drama series will keep viewers on the edge of their seats with an intriguing plot and characters.

One of the series’ writers and producers, Louis Pretorius, said that the series is darker than their previous works, and viewers should be aware that there will be moments when some of the characters will be hard to like.

The series, set in Stellenbosch, was written and produced by Louis and Albert Snyman. They were also responsible for hit series like Book club, True course and Financial crisis.

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Get to know each other Fraxie award-winning cast:

Schalk Smith

The main character, Schalk Smith, played by Edwin van der Walt, is an investment manager with the dream of becoming a dollar millionaire. He is married to Nina (Roelyn Daniel), whose mother Deirdre (Ellen Truter) comes from old money. Nina’s father, Willem (Andre Jacobs), is an oncologist, and her sister, Bianca (Daniel van der Walt), is an anesthesiologist. Zack (Alex van Dyk) and Marie (Yana Malan) are the teenage children of Schalk and Nina.


Tim (Marla Minar) is a computer science teacher in Pretoria and recently married Chantel (Crystal Donna Roberts). In his spare time, he developed QPI (Quick Payment Interface) and is looking for an investor.


She (Trix Viviers) is a commercial lawyer and went to school with Schalk and Tim. She had moved to Stellenbosch six months earlier, leaving her husband Alwyn (Sean Mark Forster) and daughter Amy (Isabella Louw) behind. In Stellenbosch, she meets Jack (Dwayne Williams), who causes problems in her and Olwyn’s marriage.

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Other cast members

Melt Sieberhagen is Hank, Schalke’s boss, and Brendan Daniels is Donovan, Hank’s event planner and neighbor. Ilse Klink is Judy, Chantal’s mother, and Gervain Simone is Anelle, her sister. The cast also includes Natalia Da Roche as Jack’s grandmother, Lee-Anne van Rooy and Pierre van Pletzen as T&M Holdings boss Schalk and Hendrik Nieuwoudt as Henk’s son, JP.

Luis and Albert said that while it was difficult to cast the series, they believe they have an all-star cast.

Fraxie will air on kykNET from Tuesday, September 13 at 8:00 p.m. It will also be available on DStv Catchup.

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