- Muzi Mthabela is apparently leaving Isibaya to work on another exciting and historical project
- Isibaya has lost a good few cast members lately and fans don't know if they can take another loss
- Well-known entertainment blogger Phil Mphela spilt the tea on social media and claimed Muzi might be joining the cast of the Shaka Zulu remake called Shaka Ilembe
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Isibaya is having to bid farewell to another one of their star actors. Muzi Mthabela is closing the curtain on the widely loved Mzansi show.
As a soapie fan, it is not easy seeing one of your favourite characters leave the show – it changes everything.
Briefly.co.za knows that Isibaya has not had the best luck in terms of retaining actors lately.
Pallance Dladla has allegedly taken a break, but Nomzamo Mbatha, Jessica Nkosi and Menzi Ngubane and now Muzi, have indefinitely bowed out.
Well-known entertainment blogger Phil Mphela spilt the tea, crushing many Isibaya fans' hearts.
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Taking to a social media, Phil shared his thoughts, claiming that he believes Muzi’s leaving Isibaya for the Shaka Zulu, Shaka Ilembe.
“TV: Muzi Mthabela quits Isibaya for Shaka. Mzansi Magic has announced that the dapper star is leaving the role of Duma on the soapie to take on a leading role in a new project. I believe that new role is as Shaka on the up-coming MNet series “Shaka Ilembe” Watch this space ”
Even though it is sad news to hear Muzi's leaving Isibaya, fans cannot deny that he would be a great addition to the Shaka Zulu remake cast.
In other Mzansi drama series news, viewers of to express their excitement over the latest episode of the hit telenovela.
The fans celebrated when Lindiwe, a character played by Sindi Dlathu, proved she's still the show's super villain. This is after power-hungry Emma tried to knock her off the spot.
Peeps were eager to see whether Emma would be able to topple Lindiwe but that didn't happen.
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