- Talented actress Cindy Mahlangu will make her return to The Queen this week
- Cindy plays the character of Siyanda on the Mzansi magic telenovela
- Siyanda was shot by Goodness when the character left the show and many thought she had died
Cindy Mahlangu will make her return to The Queen this week. The stunning actress is making a comeback to the popular Mzansi Magic telenovela following her dramatic exit earlier on this year. Cindy, who plays the character of Siyanda on the soapie, left after her contract ran out.
Cindy's character was shot by Goodness, a role played by Zenande Mfenyana, when she exited. It looks like the stunner did not die when Goodness tried to end her life. The Queen took to Instagram to announce that the gorgeous actress will make her return this week.
"Hope y'all are ready to watch your girl @cindy_thando as she makes her highly anticipated return on The Queen this week," The Queen announced on Monday, 9 November.
The viewers of the show with a star-studded cast have shared their reactions to Siyanda's return. Most of the telenovela's fans have shared that they are excited at her surprise comeback. Check out some of their comments below:
"I thought she died."
"She'll go back to Mr Tough Guy."
"Noma is gonna kill her when she finds out that she took money from Brutus."
"Okay this show is a real drama and people wake up from the dead like Shaka."
"I can't wait, I love her so much."
"Welcome back to where you belong... stay positive."
In other entertainment news, Briefly.co.za reported that Shona Ferguson is worried about black entrepreneurs. The media mogul took to social media recently to share his opinion on the treatment of black businessman.
As the co-owner of Ferguson Films, Shona Ferguson definitely knows a thing or two about the disadvantages of being a black entrepreneur. The star is also the executive producer of The Queen. The telenovela is one of the most successful shows currently playing on Mzansi TV.
Shona took to Instagram on Wednesday, 4 November to share a statement saying, "Black entrepreneurs - an endangered species." The businessman, who is married to actress and businesswoman Connie Ferguson, captioned his post:
"I wrote a very long caption for this post then I realised that there was no need. It says it all. Those who know... KNOW!"
Shona's followers on the photo-sharing app took to his comment section to share mixed reactions to his post. Briefly.co.za noticed that most of them agreed with Shona.
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