- Zodwa has stolen the hearts of Gomora viewers despite her questionable ways
- Mzansi Magic debuted a new drama series, Gomora, in late March and the show has taken off like a Boeing
- Although the character Zodwa is an alcoholic and a mom who had Teddy taken from her, fans can't get enough of her drunken humour
Gomora fans are living for the character Zodwa, who is Teddy's mother. She has become a fan fav and viewers just can’t get enough of her.
The Mzansi Magic drama started entertaining peeps not even a month ago and it is already a staple.
Briefly.co.za has seen the buzz Zodwa has caused. Sana Mchunu plays the role and the people just love her.
Gomora has a lit cast with some major entertainment industry names such as Zolisa Xaluva, Connie Chiume and Katlego Danke.
With it just being a couple of weeks into the show, Zodwa’s humorous nature has definitely won viewers over – she’s a total card!
Having starred in eKasi: Our Stories, Generations, Hope, Isibaya, Keeping Score, Rhythm City and Ring of Lies, Sana has brought a lot of drama series experience with her.
Although Zodwa is an alcoholic and a mom who had Teddy taken from her because of her overly adventurous ways, she is still a good laugh.
Zodwa’s questionable drunken speech has become the highlight of the show – fans have even made memes!
Seeing the response from viewers on social media regarding Zodwa’s character, it is clear to see that Sana is killing her new role.
In other Mzansi drama series news, Pallance Dladla cannot believe that people are saying that he dumped Mzansi Magic show Isibaya.
Being bombarded with untruthful accusations is the last thing Pallance needed.
Pallance’s manager Wesley Gainer, gave a statement putting an end to the obscure rumours.
Pallance’s manager Wesley Gainer, sent a statement to TshisaLIVE in which he explained that Pallance had given adequate notice to the Isibaya team and that the claims made were not taken lightly as Pallance takes great pride in the way he conducts himself in his career.
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