Mace Bishop and Pylon Buso offer guarding services to the rich in Cape Town, but they want out: tired of the egos and of being shot at, they invest dirty money in a property deal.
Obed Chocho is their ruthless opposing bidder and his lawyer, Sheemina February, is as manipulative as he. Part of her agenda concerns her past with Mace. In this mix is Judge Telman Visser, the head of a commission of inquiry into an arms deal scandal, and a son worried that his aging parents aren’t safe on their farm. Mace is hired to protect them, taking his daughter along for the ride.
But Chocho and February send a hitman, Spitz, to take out Visser’s parents. And with Mace and Pylon well used to taking matters into their own hands, they need to track down the killer and play judge and executioner in an attempt to right some wrongs. But they have not factored into the intrigue the role of Sheemina February. Or her wrath.