- Talented and award-winning actor Rapulana Seiphemo has officially joined the cast of The Queen
- He is known for the character of Tau on Generations: The Legacy, who is set to shake things up on the show for the Khoza family
- Rapulana will portray the character of Hector Sebata and fans cannot wait to see what he will do
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Award-winning Mzansi actor Rapulana Seiphemo has officially joined The Queen fam!
The Queen is undoubtedly one of the hottest drama shows in Mzansi with a loyal and large following.
Briefly.co.za learnt that Rapulana made an appearance on the latest episode and The Queen fans went totally gaga.
Rapulana is a super talented actor – The Queen team is definitely on a mission to crank up the litness of the show into overdrive.
Other new and hella talented additions to The Queen are Menzi Ngubane, Jessica Nkosi and Brenda Ngxoli.
Rapulana played the widely known role of Tau on Generations : The Legacy. Now playing the role of Hector Sebata, Rapulana has transformed into a high-ranking police colonel who has many sides to him.
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The Queen fans are excited to have Rapulana on the show and cannot wait to see the dust he kicks up.
In other news, The Queen has also seen a lot of incredible actors leave the show.
Viewers of the popular Mzansi Magic soapie, The Queen, are in for a shock as two of its most popular characters are leaving.
Sunday World confirmed that Rami Chuene and Setumo Motsoaledi will soon no longer be part of the cast on The Queen.
Rami's character, Gracious Mabuza, is going to be killed off.
Sources confirmed that she will die after being hit on the head by a bottle. Skhumbuzo's wife is going to attack Gracious after Skhumbuzo asks to make her his second wife.
It's said that the relationship between Rami and producers of the show, Connie and Shona Ferguson, has been tense ever since Rami publicly sided with Vatiswa Ndara against the Fergusons.
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