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Senzo is not Funani’s child

Senzo is not Funani’s child.According to the house of zwide March 2023 teasers, Senzo who is Faith’s child turns out not to be Funani’s.

Senzo is not Funani’s child

Read the following teasers to find out who the actual father of Senzo is.

Coming up on House of Zwide 2 this March 2023:

Wednesday 1 March 2023
Episode 163

Senzo is given an ultimatum and Shoki and Nomsa find themselves in an impossible situation.

Thursday 2 March 2023
Episode 164

Nkosi and Zanele celebrate what appears to be a huge victory while Molefe starts to work on his doomed side hustle.

Friday 3 March 2023
Episode 165

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Funani finally learns the truth about what’s been going on in his house. Molefe embarks on his mission to give Dorothy a good life.

Monday 6 March 2023
Episode 166

Molefe gets some much-needed advice as he sets off on his business venture and Senzo makes a big decision.

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Tuesday 7 March 2023
Episode 167

Molefe has a plan but desperately needs Isaac’s help while Nomsa finds herself playing housekeeper.

Senzo is not Funani’s child

Wednesday 8 March 2023
Episode 168

Dorothy is impressed by Molefe’s “can do” attitude, without realizing who he’s talking to. Funani grapples with fatherhood.

Thursday 9 March 2023
Episode 169

Isaac and Rea are concerned about Molefe’s plans and Funani enlists Ona’s help with Senzo.

Friday 10 March 2023
Episode 170

Molefe continues to forge ahead with his business while a disruptive Senzo continues his reign of terror.

Monday 13 March 2023
Episode 171

Faith decides to put family first even though it might cost her. Neo decides to take matters into his own hands.

Tuesday 14 March 2023
Episode 172

Faith continues to struggle and in her desperation, she reaches out for help. Neo does something unexpected.

Wednesday 15 March 2023
Episode 173

Senzo finds himself under new house rules that he can’t escape and Pearl finds herself in big trouble.

Thursday 16 March 2023
Episode 174

Senzo has no option but to adapt to his new situation. An unexpected hero steps up to save the day.

Friday 17 March 2023
Episode 175

Things take a turn in Ona’s relationship while Rea discovers a shocking truth about Isaac that angers her.

Monday 20 March 2023
Episode 176

Nomsa warns Isaac about his decision and Molefe is shocked to discover Dorothy’s secret.

Tuesday 21 March 2023
Episode 177

Senzo’s complaints land on deaf ears. Molefe and Dorothy struggle with their biggest challenge yet.

Wednesday 22 March 2023
Episode 178

Faced with a big decision, Senzo is encouraged to finally take control of his own life. Molefe refuses help.

Thursday 23 March 2023
Episode 179

Isaac has a tense sit down with Rea and Ona and Dorothy has to deal with some old memories.

Friday 24 March 2023
Episode 180

Ona struggles with a big decision while Isaac forges ahead. Molefe finds himself in trouble with the law.

Monday 27 March 2023
Episode 181

Faith encourages Isaac to keep putting Senzo first. Molefe has the most unlikely visitor who has a solution to his problems.

Tuesday 28 March 2023
Episode 182

And old spark is rekindled in Tembisa while Sandile catches Soka in a compromising position.

Wednesday 29 March 2023
Episode 183

Senzo finds himself in a violent situation and Ona begins contemplating a major decision.

Thursday 30 March 2023
Episode 184

Isaac and Faith come to grips with the Senzo situation. Rea has a major showdown.

Friday 31 March 2023
Episode 185

Funani learns a shocking truth that rocks his worlds. Molefe and Simon continue to clash over Dorothy.

Premiere episodes of House of Zwide air on from Mondays to Fridays at 19h00.

All you need to know about Vusi Kunene AKA Funani Zwide

Vusi Kunene

Vusi Kunene, also known by his stage name Funani Zwide, is a South African actor who has become one of the most recognizable and celebrated figures in the South African entertainment industry.

Born on the 12th of April 1966 in Soweto, Johannesburg, Kunene grew up in a politically charged environment, which would later inform his artistic sensibilities and inspire his creative endeavors.

Kunene’s passion for acting was evident from a young age. After completing his high school education, he went on to study drama at the Market Theatre Laboratory in Johannesburg, where he honed his craft and developed his skills as an actor.

His breakthrough role came in 1991 when he played the role of Jack in the critically acclaimed South African drama, “Nothing But The Truth”. This role catapulted him into the limelight and cemented his place as one of the country’s most talented actors.

In the years that followed, Kunene continued to build on his success and establish himself as a leading figure in the South African entertainment industry.

He starred in several high-profile productions, including the internationally acclaimed movie “Cry, The Beloved Country” and the popular television drama series “Generations”.

Kunene’s performances in these productions were widely praised for their emotional depth and nuanced portrayal of complex characters.

Kunene’s commitment to excellence in his craft has earned him numerous accolades and awards throughout his career.

In 1998, he won the prestigious FNB Vita Award for Best Actor in a Leading Role for his performance in “The Death of Bantu Stephen Biko”.

He went on to win the same award for two consecutive years in 2000 and 2001 for his roles in “Bopha!” and “The Island” respectively.

Despite his success, Kunene has remained humble and grounded, always striving to improve his craft and learn from his experiences.

He is known for his unwavering commitment to social justice and human rights, which he often incorporates into his artistic work.

He has been a vocal advocate for the rights of the LGBTQ+ community, and has worked closely with organizations such as the Gay and Lesbian Memory in Action (GALA) to promote equality and acceptance.

Kunene’s contributions to the South African entertainment industry have not gone unnoticed.

In 2010, he was awarded the National Order of Ikhamanga in Silver by former South African President Jacob Zuma in recognition of his outstanding achievements in the field of arts and culture.

This award is one of the country’s highest honors, and is reserved for individuals who have made a significant impact in their respective fields.

Today, Kunene continues to inspire and entertain audiences with his powerful performances and unwavering commitment to social justice.

He remains one of South Africa’s most beloved and respected actors, and his legacy will undoubtedly continue to influence and shape the country’s cultural landscape for years to come.

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