- Nomzamo Mbatha's younger brother Zamani Mbatha has joined Rhythm City
- Zamani will play the role of Pule Ndlovu, who is Suffocate's adoptive son
- The viewers of Rhythm City will get to watch Zamani on Wednesday, 18 November
Nomzamo Mbatha's younger brother Zamani Mbatha has bagged a role on Rhythm City. Zamani will play the part of Suffocate's adoptive son Pule Ndlovu. Suffocate plays the leading role in the soapie.
Zamani is not only famous in Mzansi because of his more popular sister and actress Nomzamo Mbatha. He is not new to acting as he recently portrayed the role of Zamani in Isithembiso.
Entertainment commentator Phil Mphela shared the news on Twitter on Monday, 16 November. Phil also revealed that Zamani will make his debut on the soapie this coming Wednesday, 18 November.
Tweeps have taken to social media to congratulate the talented Zamani on his new gig. Check out some of their comments below:
"Love him! But why would Suffo adopt a son? It would be very interesting to see how they squeeze him in."
"It really makes me so happy seeing all these young actors from Isithembiso being hired."
"Good he found work but eish, Rhythm City? I always think actors get in and never leave, even Suffo himself."
"He should have been playing Suffo's child, he has that thing of being tough just like Suffo."
"Congratulations @mbatha_zamani, we missed seeing you on our screens."
"I've been wanting to see more of him, not just at Isithembiso."
In other entertainment news, Briefly.co.za reported that Connie Chiume's daughter is following in her footsteps. The veteran actress' daughter Nothando Mabuza appeared on The Queen recently. She played the part of Tumelo - a rape victim.
The proud mother took to social media to share how proud she was that her daughter appeared on one of the biggest telenovelas in Mzansi. Connie, who plays the part of Mam'Sonto on Gomora, wrote on Instagram:
"My daughter is on The Queen!! @connie_ferguson this made me emotional @dynastyfuturebetty well done, you are getting there!!"
The news of Nothando's stint on The Queen, which is produced by Connie Ferguson and Shona Ferguson, was also shared by entertainment commentator Phil Mphela on Twitter. Phil shared that Nothando, who is a rapper, will also make an appearance on comedian David Kau's new project.
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