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The end of E.tv’s most watched and beloved telenovela, Imbewu: The Seed

The end of E.tv’s most watched and beloved telenovela, Imbewu: The Seed, has left its audience with a range of conflicting feelings. According to reports, the soapie has finally decided to end broadcasting of this telenovela after it had a fruitful run of five years.

The end of E.tv’s most watched and beloved telenovela, Imbewu: The Seed

Imbewu, like any other television show, has had its share of highs and lows over the years, whether it be the hiring and firing of actors and actresses or the involvement in controversies both on and off the set. However, many people’s mouths are still hanging open after hearing the shocking news that this most loved soapie based in KwaZulu-Natal is going to be canceled.

The end of E.tv’s most watched and beloved telenovela, Imbewu: The Seed

Phil Mphela, a commentator on the entertainment industry, claims that E.tv, the channel, has decided to pull the plug on the show after much deliberation. Despite the fact that not much has been said about the cancellation, there are already rumors circulating on social media.

The end of E.tv’s most watched and beloved telenovela, Imbewu: The Seed

“Imbewu has been canceled. @etv has decided to end broadcasting of the KZN-based telenovela after it aired for a total of five years. The series will be cancelled in the first three months of this year (2023), according to KgopoloReports and ImbewuTheSeed

The end of E.tv’s most watched and beloved telenovela, Imbewu: The Seed

Since the show’s cancellation, a significant number of viewers have expressed their joy. Imbewu brought back to life recently one of the characters who had previously left the show by passing away. As a result of the fact that the return of Ngcolosi on Imbewu really rubbed a number of viewers the wrong way, those viewers are relieved that the show is finally coming to an end.

The end of E.tv’s most watched and beloved telenovela, Imbewu: The Seed

According to what Maziwa Yinkosi wrote, “About time because they are recycling dead people and there are no new relationships.”

In the meantime, the news that Imbewu has been canceled has taken some viewers by surprise. Since it first aired in 2018, it is clear that this show has been successful in attracting a large audience. On the other hand, nobody is privy to what goes on behind closed doors. Instead, E.tv is under fire for the sudden cancellation of Imbewu, which has already caused a stir.

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Instead, Uzalo is getting a bad rap as viewers are demanding the cancellation of the show, just like they did with Imbewu. It would appear that Uzalo has been falling flat with viewers, but as it stands, Uzalo is the most watched telenovela across all of SABC’s channels. This is despite the fact that Uzalo has been performing poorly with viewers.

“Mzansi people fusegani ngempela ke manje, why aren’t you watching imbewu vele. UZalo needs to be discontinued immediately because every aspect of it is irritating “wrote Menzie Sphesihle

The salary of MaZulu “Leleti Khumalo” at Imbewu: The Seed leaked.

There is no question that she possesses both the plug and the bling. Everyone here can agree that if she weren’t on the show, it just wouldn’t be the same watching Imbewu. Leleti Khumalo is a veteran actress from South Africa who is best recognized for her performance as Sarafina. At the moment, she is doing a fantastic job playing MaZulu on the popular television soap opera Imbewu: The Seed.

Her professional life has spanned decades, and she has been successful in garnering acclaim at every turn of the road. She is not only regarded as one of the most celebrated star actresses in Mzansi, but also in the rest of the world. The veteran actress has established herself as a formidable competitor in the Mzansi entertainment industry as well as the entertainment industry on a global scale.

Her outstanding work in the films Sarafina, Hotel Rwanda, Invictus, and Yesterday are what people will remember her for the most. Nevertheless, the Khumalo has additional careers as a musician and a radio personality in addition to his acting career.

Khumalo, like many others before her, found herself in the spotlight at a young age, when she was initially unprepared for it. After becoming a member of the youth dance group Amajika, she was able to establish herself in the entertainment industry. Tu Nokwe was keeping an eye on her at all times. After being cast in the role of Sarafina at the age of 15, she became the subject of a great deal of media attention.

The salary of MaZulu’s ‘Leleti Khumalo’ at Imbewu: The Seed was revealed.
The rest, as they say, is history, and she went on to become a phenomenon on a global scale after Sarafina. Khumalo is without a doubt one of the most celebrated actors in South Africa; despite her international endeavors, she has still managed to wow Mzansi on the small screens.

In 2004, she had roles in the films Hotel Rwanda and Yesterday, particularly the latter. In 2005, the film Yesterday was considered for an Academy Award nomination in the category of “Best Film Made in a Foreign Language.”

In the very same year, she became a member of the Generations cast, taking on the role of Busiswe (Busi) Dlomo. Khumalo became a member of the Uzalo cast in 2015, taking on the role of Zandile “MaNzuza” Mdletshe. After taking a break from acting for the better part of two years in order to focus on raising her children, she made her debut in the role.

After that, she began appearing in a variety of drama series. On the other hand, she is doing a fantastic job as MaZulu on the drama series Imbewu: The Seed, which airs on etv. Because Leleti Khumalo has had such a prosperous and illustrious career for so many years, you are probably curious about how much money she brings in. There is no shadow of a doubt that the seasoned actress is among the highest paid actors in all of Mzansi and Africa as a whole.

At the moment, Khumalo is one of the highest earners in the soap opera industry. According to a rumor, the take-home pay for the famous actress ranges anywhere from R95,000 to R120,000 per month, depending on the scenes she appears in.

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