Sorisha Naidoo, Nazley Delport, Christie Swanepoel, Aimee Sadie and Puleng Mash-Spies (Supplied)
The show, which was set to hit TV screens early this year, promised to bring viewers loads of glitz, glam and drama.
The show was being produced by Tigere Media, and was set to follow the lives of five affluent housewives.
The housewives included Sorisha Naidoo, Nazley Delport, Christie Swanepoel, Aimee Sadie and Puleng Mash-Spies.
"I don't know what happened with that show. I just wasted my time on it. There was so much drama. Archie should explain everything to you. I'm not fighting with him," Puleng told the paper.
She added that they shot scenes for six months at different locations across the country.
Sorisha also confirmed that shooting for the show had been halted. "The guys doing the production are very discreet about the details of the show. But all I know is that they're not doing it anymore. We shot three months worth of footage," she explained.
CEO of Tigere Media, Archie Tigere told the paper that his company had sold the producing rights of the show.
He explained that he could not comment further as the show is now apparently owned by NBC Universal in America.
'Now' owned? Shame. Remember how we reported on that being the issue from the start? Awks!