- Muvhango actor Maxwell Dichi has taken his fans on his journey to recovery after contracting the coronavirus a while back
- The star, who plays Seretse on the show, has shared that he did a exercised a lot when he was in isolation in hospital
- He has thanked health workers and others who took care of his family while he was in quarantine
Muvhango actor Maxwell Dichi has opened up about his journey to recovery after testing positive for Covid-19 a while ago. The star recently shared that he has recovered from the virus.
Maxwell, who plays the character of lawyer Seretse on the telenovela, has thanked health workers, God and the government of Botswana for his recovery. He posted on Instagram:
"I've recovered from Covid. I thank God, health workers, and the government of Botswana for taking care of me and for protecting my family while I was in quarantine. My granny always taught me to make the bed and pray."
The actor took to Instagram Live to share more details about his recovery journey.
He revealed that he a lot exercised while he was in isolation in hospital.
Briefly.co.za reported that the coronavirus forced SABC2's Muvhango to come to a screeching halt in June after one of its employees was exposed to the virus. Other Mzansi soapies also took a break from production after some of their crew and cast tested positive for Covid-19.
In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that Imbewu: The Seed viewers have praised veteran Mzansi actor Tony Kgorore for his acting skills. The fans of the popular show took to social media to share that they shed tears after his emotional exit from the show on Monday evening.
The star, who played the character of Ngcolosi, has left Imbewu allegedly due to salary issues. Many fans were heartbroken when Ngcolosi died in hospital after being shot.
It was his final episode on the telenovela. Tony's fans have expressed that they will miss his stellar performances on the drama series. The star also expressed that "it's scary to play dead". Briefly.co.za gathered that Tony was one of the fan fave on the lit show.
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