- Sonia Mbele is making a return to our screens after taking a break from working in front of the camera a few years back
- The former Generations (now defunct) star quit acting in the soapie after her ex-hubby allegedly forced her to do so
- The stunner, who is a producer on The Real Housewives of Johannesburg, will portray the role of Zola in the new Mzansi Magic hit telenovela DiepCity
Sonia Mbele is making a return to acting. The former Generations actress has bagged a role in the new hit telenovela DiepCity.
The stunner's fans would be happy to hear that Sonia has finally decided to work in front of the camera again. The star reportedly quit acting in Generations after her ex-hubby forced her to do so some years ago.
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The stunner has been working behind the camera as a producer on litty shows such as Real Housewives of Johannesburg and Pastors' Wives.
"The character and I share the same level of determination and getting the job done at all cost, once you start something you have to see it through."
'House of Zwide' trends after airing its first episode on Monday
In other TV news, Briefly News reported that new e.tv telenovela House of Zwide trended on social media after airing its first episode on Monday night, 19 July. The show replaced Rhythm City which had been with the channel for the past 14 years.
The new soapie has a star-studded cast including the likes of Khaya Dladla, Vusi Kunene, Winnie Ntshaba and Paballo Mavundla, among others. The viewers of the new telenovela took to Twitter to share their thoughts on the first episode. Check out some of their comments below:
"I'm watching the repeat and I'm already confused. Is the kid on the drawing the same one running to the interview?"
"Amazing first episode. Wow, all this time you think your child died but dololo they're still living and have the same talent as you. This will be amazing, hopefully Ona is the daughter that they thought died in the fire."
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