When Mzansi Magic’s Isibaya ended in 2021, she started working on the SABC 1 drama Skeem Saam. Samukele Mkhize-Masindi is an actress who just got married. She and her husband, a Venda businessman, are expecting their first child.
This happens after the couple’s traditional and lobola wedding on September 24. Zimoja was told by a close friend of Samukele that she is indeed pregnant and happy. She’s been wanting a child for a long time, and now that she has one, she’s so happy. I’m happy for her.” “What’s nice is that it happened on her wedding day. She waited to have a child until she was married. This is not to judge anyone.
A friend says that Samukele and her businessman husband got married this year in KwaZulu-Natal in a traditional ceremony. The friend also says that Samukele has been “glowing” since the wedding. She has gotten a lot out of getting married. She should understand. A friend and co-worker who do not want to hurt their relationship confirmed the pregnancy.
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She is almost ready to have a baby. If you don’t look closely, you won’t see her yet. Not many people on set know. The coworker says that the people in charge of Skeem Saam know about it and are working around the fact that her character is pregnant on-screen. She also says, “The writers, producers, and directors are still trying to figure out how to work her pregnancy into the story.”
“It’s still hard because her character isn’t pregnant yet, but in real life she is about two or three months along.” But I wish they had kept her. She works very hard and is a very nice girl. Even though she is pregnant, it would be a shame if they had to fire her because she is a hardworking actress.
Skeem Saam and Samukele could not be reached for comment at the time of publication.
“No actor writes the story of his or her own character,” Abdul said on his way out.
SK Khoza says goodbye to his role in The Wife.
Abdul Khoza, an actor who has won awards, has left the Showmax telenovela The Wife. This follows after Showmax released a statement this week, confirming his departure from the telenovela.
The actor who plays Nqobizitha Zulu on The Wife thanked everyone who had helped him during his time on the show. He did this on Instagram. He also said he was sorry to those who were upset by his sudden departure.
“I’d like to use this chance to thank everyone who has loved me and helped me so much with The Wife. I will always love you, but I also want to say I’m sorry to anyone I hurt by leaving “He put words on paper.
The actor said that the producers killed off his character, and he had no choice but to agree with them.
“Unfortunately, no actor writes their own character’s story, so please understand that I can’t change or influence any show to keep any of my characters once they’ve written their story,” he said.
Abdul thanked them for their help and said he hoped they would meet again in the future.
The cast of “The Wife” has also said goodbye to the busy actor.
“He is the scene partner I didn’t know I needed,” said Zikhona Sodlaka.
Mandisa and Nqoba became the couple that Mzansi could relate to and loved the most. Zikhona Sodlaka, who plays Mandisa, says, “What a great chance it is to work with a man with so much talent.” “I think our relationship worked because our characters are both different and the same. One is the male version of the other, and vice versa. He is the actor I didn’t know I needed until I met him. We had so much fun on set.”
Mondli Makhoba: “Because he is so good, we were always on our toes.”
“Working with Abdul was a lot of fun,” says Mondli Makhoba, who plays Nkosana, the oldest Zulu brother. “I’m really happy with how we get along, both on and off set. I think the fact that we were friends outside of work helped our chemistry on set. Because he is so good, I was lucky to be able to work with him. It was hard, but he wanted us to push each other to get better every time, so it was a good challenge. He always wanted us to find ways to do scenes that were better and more artistic. Because he is so good, we were always on our toes.”
“But we could also see ourselves in each other. I knew I could trust him, and we all knew we could trust each other at work. I remember a scene we did when we were punishing Mqhele. While we were talking about it, he said, “It’s too far to go around the table, so I’ll just go over it.” I have to be caught by one of you.’ And we did!”
Mbalenhle Mavimbela said, “He was funny and made people laugh.”
Mbalenhle Mavimbela, who plays Hlomu, one of the Zulu matriarchs, told Abdul about some of the best times in her life. “Oh man! I have a lot of memories with Abdul, but my favourite is when he jumped on the table to try to get to one of the brothers. She says, “That showed how much he cared about Hlomu and Mbali.”
“To be honest, one of the things I love most about him is how he used to cheer me on between scenes. He would come up to me and talk to me when I had scenes that were hard or made me feel a lot. Just to let me know that I’m fine. He would tell me how to act a certain role. I think that shows how much he cared and how much he understood how passionate I was. I learned a lot from him, and he was also a lot of fun. He brought everyone together. He has so much talent. We love you, Abdul,” adds Mbali.
“I also liked how he called me “uMakoti obizayo,” which means “an expensive wife.” Guess what? That name stuck with the whole country. Because of him, everyone now calls me “uMakoti obizayo.” Oh my god, he is such a talented artist, and we’re going to miss him. “Shout out to you, Abdul! I hope we can work together again sometime.”
“He brought us together,” said Sipho Ndlovu.
“One thing that was clear was how close the Zulu brothers were to each other, both on and off camera. Sipho Ndlovu, who plays Sambulo, talks about how they’ve become like family while working together and how important this was for Abdul.”