- Khabonina Qubeka is doing the most and has just bagged herself a role in the SABC soapie, Generations: The Legacy
- The actress has wanted to be in the soapie for a very long time and is finally going to get the chance to strut her stuff
- Khabonina believes that Generations shaped the way that Mzansi operates now and can't wait to start making her mark
Mzansi actress Khabonina Qubeka has just bagged herself a new role on Generations: The Legacy. With her amazing acting abilities, Khabonina has been lifting the bar high in the local acting business.
To say Khabonina has been working hard is an understatement. She shot to fame in 2006 with the part of Doobsie on Muvhango, and she hasn't looked back since. Now she's going to get the opportunity to show what she can do once again.
The actress has a new job, according to Daily Sun, and she is the newest addition to Generations: The Legacy. This is a major milestone, in Khabonina's words, who has appeared on various shows like Uzalo and Isidingo.
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"I've always wanted to be part of the show, but the opportunity never presented itself. I told myself that one day, eventually when I join, I want to be powerful and impactful because I love and respect the show," said Khabonina.
According to a report by ZAlebs, Khabonina will play the role of Oby, a diplomat, and it appears that fans will be charmed by her acting abilities. She stated that she has been preparing for this part for a long time.
Other actresses also coming to Generations: The Legacy
Briefly News previously reported that Zola Nombona is going to star in the soapie Generations: The Legacy. The Mzansi actress will be taking the role of a ballsy journalist in the telenovela.
Zola has previously starred in other productions and is going to be bringing her experience onto the set of the SABC soapie. Zola will be playing the role of Pamela, a journalist who will stop at nothing to get the truth.
Entertainment blogger Phil Mphela announced the news on Twitter and she will be playing the wife of Siyanda, who is played by Kay Sibiya.
The actress was thrilled to get a role in her first telenovela Isono on BET Africa and she is going to get the chance to showcase her talent once more.
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