- Actor Sizwe Khumbuza has confirmed his Uzalo departure, saying there is no bad blood between him and the team
- The actor said he was grateful for his character and the chance to act on the hit SABC 1 drama
- Sizwe's next television project will involve him acting alongside his twin brother, Lizwe Khumbuza
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Sizwe Khumbuza became an instant hit with viewers when he portrayed Godfather on Uzalo. Godfather was a charming yet dangerous man who was out to avenge his father's death.
In a bid to ease his fans from the outrage of his exit, Sizwe explained to JustNje that it is completely normal for actors to come and go from a show after fulfilling their duties.
He said, "As actors, we play characters in a story, whose story sometimes requires certain characters to exit to serve the purpose of the story. I am very happy to have had such a beautiful experience at Stained Glass TV."
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Sizwe revealed that his next role will be featuring his twin brother Lizwe Khumbuza. The two brothers will be starring in a television production which will air on SABC 2.
Sizwe didn't reveal too many details, but assured fans that it's something they will definitely enjoy.
Uzalo remains South Africa's most-watched soapie on the public SABC television platform.
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In other news, Briefly.co.za recently reported Bonang Matheba is set to leave South Africa in 2021.
The media personality recently revealed that she is heading for the States during an interview on Metro FM. There have been many rumours over the years of the starlet moving overseas and it seems she has confirmed them.
Bonang was speaking on the Morning Flava Show. She spoke about her upcoming show, A Very Bonang Year, and also discussed her future plans. The media mogul is said to have received a lot of promising offers in the USA and is willing to explore them.
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