- Talented actor Wiseman Zitha has joined 1Magic's The River and it looks like his character, Mondli, will be one of those that's up to no good
- Mondli looks all set to shake things up between Andile and his soon-to-be-husband, Njabulo
- Wiseman was first introduced to the public on the popular soapie, Giyani - The Land Of Blood, where he played the character of Musa
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Wiseman Zitha is a new face on The River and is already causing drama. The star plays the character of Mondli.
Mondli looks like he is going to become a problem in Andile and Njabulo's relationship. Mondli's first scene involved him being in a hotel room with Njabulo. This could definitely spell trouble for Andile and Njabulo's upcoming nuptials.
Wiseman first appeared in the popular SABC soapie, Giyani - The Land Of Blood. The sometime model's quickly garnered quite a following of female admirers, thanks to his smouldering good looks.
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@Ms_Luva_ said, "(I'm) watching The River solely because of Wiseman Zitha."
@_Gift_Mo tweeted, "Wiseman Zitha, my goodness."
@Nwa_Hlayiseka exclaimed, "Wiseman Zitha! That's the tweet!"
Joining The River is certainly an incredible step for Wiseman's career. The soapie is easily one of Mzansi's best. It walked away with a whopping 10 South African Film and Television Awards (SAFTAs) at this year's awards show. Wiseman will certainly be spicing things up even further.
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In other news, Briefly.co.za recently reported that Thembi Seete has completely blown peeps away with her new look.
The actress is ageing like fine wine and just won't stop with the gorgeousness. Not all women can pull off short hair, but the beauty is definitely one of those who can.
The Gomora star recently debuted a new short hairstyle and looks absolutely flawless in it. It's jet-black and expertly faded on the side. The subtle waves on top simply add to the glamour and femininity that is Thembi.
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