- Muzi Mthabela just made his debut on Imbewu: The Seed and viewers couldn't be more glad
- While Muzi was said to have left Isibaya to put his time and efforts into his role in the upcoming Shaka Zulu television series Shaka Illembe, now it doesn't look like that was the case
- Social media was buzzing with messages as fans warmly welcomed Muzi to the Imbewu fam
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Former hunky Isibaya actor Muzi Mthabela recently joined the Imbewu fam and loyal fans are pleased to see him back on the small screens.
It sucks when one of your favourite actors leaves one of your favourite soapies, but it definitely helps when they return with a bang and give you a reason to watch a different show.
Briefly.co.za learnt that Muzi just made his debut on Imbewu: The Seed and peeps are pleased to have him and his lit acting skills on the show.
While Muzi was said to have left Isibaya to put his time and efforts into his role in the upcoming Shaka Zulu television series, Shaka Illembe, it looks like he managed to squeeze Imbewu into his schedule.
Muzi joined the show as Zakithi's new love interest and fans cannot wait to see the sauce his character brings. Having witnessed his skills on Isibaya, Imbewu fans know Muzi’s bringing the heat.
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Social media blew up over his debut with many giving Muzi a warm welcome and expressing how glad they are to have him join the fam.
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Briefly.co.za previously reported it took just one word to change the life of Kaylin Soobramanian. "Sanibonani," he said, greeting a room full of top television industry faces, including famed casting director Duma Ndlovu, before he swept them off their feet with his impressive ability to speak isiZulu at the auditions for Imbewu: The Seed.
This is how the 19-year-old superstar landed himself an opportunity to star on Mzansi soapie, Imbewu, The Seed, where he now plays ThuSheleni, a 23-year-old hustler who works at a bar.
“Till this day, I still cannot believe that my fluency in isiZulu opened doors and opportunities I never thought were possible,” said Kaylin.
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