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Bab’Gumede from Durban Gen and Screwdriver from Uzalo are twins?

Sifiso Sibiya, who plays Bab’ Gumede on Durban Gen, and Simosibucayi Buthelezi, who plays Screwdriver or Game over on Uzalo, have facial and structural similarities. Simosibucayi Buthelezi appears on Uzalo.

Sifiso Sibiya, who plays Bab’ Gumede on Durban Gen, and Simosibucayi Buthelezi, who plays Game over on Uzalo, have facial and structural similarities. Simosibucayi Buthelezi currently plays Game over on Uzalo. Are the two connected in any way?

Bab’Gumede from Durban Gen and Screwdriver from Uzalo are twins?

On the television show Durban Gen, Sifiso Sibiya plays the role of Bab’Gumede, a paramedic who works at the prestigious hospital Durban Gen – the crown jewel of the healthcare system in KwaZulu-Natal, where every physician wants to work and every patient wants to be treated.

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On the other hand, despite beginning his career on Uzalo as an extra, Simosibucayi Buthelezi was able to win a role in which he portrays Screwdriver, a handyman who is also Nkunzi’s thug and is stationed in KwaMashu. Screwdriver is faithful to himself, in contrast to Bab’ Gumede, who is loyal to the work that he does.

Screwdriver will always swap sides when it is advantageous for him to do so, despite the fact that he is Nkunzi’s goon.

Although they share some physical characteristics and have a comparable appearance, the two are not connected to one another in any way. Buthelezi is considered a brother in the industry by Sifiso Sibiya, who played the role of Maphikela in the movie Ifalakhe.

“We are not relatives but we are friends and industry brothers, I respect his craft and he respects mine, he is one of my favorite actors on Uzalo,” he said. “We are not related to each other in any way.”

In a previous article, Savannanews stated that the Rhythm City character Mpho Molepo Fats is related to the Generations character Mpho J Molepo Kabisi Moroka.

Mpho J Molepo, who plays Kabisi Moroka on Generations: The Legacy, is rumored to be related to Mpho Molepo, a South African actor best known for his role as Fats on Rhythm City. Mpho Molepo is a South African actor best known for his role as Fats on Rhythm City.

Fats disclosed during an interview with journalist Wendy Mothata on his relationship with Kabisi Moroka from Generations that “All Molepos are related.” He stated that he had first met Kabisi in the industry in 1994. Wendy Mothata was the one who conducted the interview. In addition to this, he stated that his father Arthur Molepo was aware of Mpho J. Molepo well before the year 1994.

Despite the fact that Fats is the more well-known of the two characters, Fats and Kabisi may actually be cousins in real life. Kabisi is six years older than Fats.

Mzansi was taken aback when they found out how old the actor who plays Screwdriver in Uzalo, Simosibucayi Buthelezi, really is.

Bab’Gumede from Durban Gen and Screwdriver from Uzalo are twins?

On the television show Uzalo, Simosibucayi Buthelezi plays the part of Screwdriver. The figure known as Screwdriver, who is also known as Baba ka Automatic (which literally translates to “Father of Automatic”), is a motor mechanic who works for Nkunzi at his panel beaters business in KwaMashu.

Screwdriver proved to be capable on his own, careful with money, and obedient to his superiors, and as a result, he is now a supervisor at Mhlongo Panel Beaters. Sbu was the primary factor in Screwdriver’s success and growth.

Screwdriver and Mbatha came up with the plan to take part in the KwaMashu Talent Show and try to sabotage the other competitors so that they could win the grand prize of R50,000. Their motivation was the desire to make quick money. Their scheme was thwarted when Sbonelo caught them in the act, which resulted in their being disqualified from the competition.

In real life, Screwdriver is known by his real name, Simosibucayi Buthelezi, and he was born on August 24, 1975 in Kwa Mashu, which is located north of Durban. Uzalo is produced there. In the movie, he is only a father to one child, but in real life, he has two children of his own.

He confronts the bullies who make fun of his name by doing so.

Because of the meaning of his name, Simosibucayi, which may be roughly translated as “a poor scenario,” he is frequently the subject of derision. Screwdriver shared that he had a difficult childhood and that he was famous for his unusual name. Despite this, he is of the opinion that his name does not predetermine his future.

“Many people believe that the meaning of a person’s name can reveal something about that person’s future; nevertheless, even though my name refers to a difficult circumstance, it does not reveal anything about my future. Because of his behavior, his family may view him as a curse, despite the fact that there are a lot of Nomfundos in the world who despise education and Sbusiso (Blessing).

Buthelezi Simosibucaya does not own a vehicle of his own.

Uzalo actor Screwdriver does not own a car and, as a result, is frequently made fun of because he commutes to work via public transportation. In his defense, Simosibucayi disclosed that he is in the process of creating his life and is not prepared to incur debt simply to give the appearance that he is enjoying a lavish lifestyle.

In addition, Screwdriver demanded that people take him seriously and cease making fun of him due to the lifestyle choices he has made.

“No matter how much I want to be taken seriously, I’m not going to get myself into debt,” she said. The actions they’re taking are really distressing.

At taxi stands, there are some young individuals who make fun of me because they believe that I am their age or younger. Off-screen, I am a grown man who is capable of making life choices due to his level of maturity. I am a father of two children.

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