- Skeem Saam's former cast members reunited recently and sang the telenovela's epic soundtrack by rapper Tuks Senganga
- Natasha Thahane, Oros Mampofu, Clement Maosa and Nozuko Ncayiyane posted the clip of their reunion on social media a few days ago
- The actors' fans were happy to see the former castmates and their favourites enjoying themselves together at a party
Former Skeem Saam cast members reunited recently. Natasha Thahane, Oros Mampofu, Nozuko Ncayiyane and Clement Maosa posted a video of themselves belting out the telenovela's popular soundtrack. The soundtrack of the show is a song by rapper Tuks Senganga.
The four actors were having a great time on the clip shared by Oros on his Instagram account a few days ago. The only person who is still with the show is Clement. He plays the role of Kwaito.
Natasha, Nozuko and Oros left the SABC 1 soapie back in 2016. Nozuko is currently one of the lead actors on DiepCity. Natasha has appeared on shows such as The Queen, Lockdown Mzansi and Blood & Water. Oros has also been doing very well. He has appeared on shows such as Harvest, Ingoma and Rhythm City.
The thespians' fans were excited to see them together in one video. Check out some of their comments below:
"Pretty Ncayiyana as Ayanda, Natasha Thahane as Enhle, Oros Mampofu as Jama and Clement Maosa as Kwaito."
"I enjoyed watching Skeem Saam during those days."
"Y'all were my favourites! Enhle, Zamo, Jama and Ayanda."
"Can't you return as a ghost? It'd be nice to see you on there."
"I remember the scene you exited Skeem Saam when you died, I cried whilst watching TV with my mom in the room and she was like seriously now, are you gonna cry for every dead acting actor on TV? That was the day I will never forget shame, it was so painful. I will always love you off set and onset."
Thuso Mbedu to star alongside Viola Davis
In other news, Briefly News reported that Natasha Thahane has reacted to the news that Thuso Mbedu is set to star alongside US actress Viola Davis. The Blood & Water actress took to social media and congratulated Thuso for bagging a role alongside one of America's greatest actresses.
Natasha took to Instagram on Thursday, 29 April and shared a screenshot of the article about Thuso's good news. She captioned her post:
"What a MOMENT! @thuso.mbedu You are the MOMENT! I’m proud of you galingz, ninja! Continue to confidently receive God’s abundant blessings."
The Underground Railroad's actress also took to Natasha's comment section to show her appreciation following the post. She replied:
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