SABC 1 actors show love to Mrekza during launch of TV studios

SABC 1 actors show love to Mrekza during launch of TV studios

- SABC 1 actors showed love to Kope 'Tswyza' Makgae, aka Mrekza, when he launched his film and television studios in Limpopo

- SABC 1 stars such as Skeem Saam's Eric Macheru and Clement Maosa attended the launch of the very first film and TV studios in the province

- Kope plays the role of Mrekza on SABC 1 soapie Generations: The Legacy

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SABC 1 stars recently showed love to Mrekza when he launched his film and television studios in Limpopo. The Generations: The Legacy actor, real name Kope 'Tswyza' Makgae, launched the Wyza Media Studios recently. The launch of the very first studios in the province was attended by Mrekza's peers in the media industry.

Popular faces from Skeem Saam such as Eric Macheru, Paballo Vundla and Clement Maosa, among others, were in attendance to support Kope, who plays the role of Mrekza on Generations: The Legacy. Mrekza took to Instagram on Monday, 23 November to show appreciation to all those who supported him during the launch. The musician wrote:

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"I would love to take this opportunity to thank everyone who supports @wyzamediastudios. The launch was a big success."

The media personality's fans and industry peers have taken to his comment section on the photo-sharing app to congratulate him on his new business venture. Check out some of their comments below:

Skeem Saam actor Clement Maosa wrote:

"Well done bro."

leoblackmann said:

"All the way ma se kind."

lesedi8612 commented:

"Dankie Mrekza."

lpeethegreat wrote:

"A true #junglehustler."

elephant_of_afrika said:

"A big shout-out to you, you are winning."

gadmashupje said:

"Well done bro... God is good."

paballo_mavundla added:

"Bring Hollywood to Limpopo."
SABC 1 actors show love to Mrekza during launch of TV studios

SABC 1 actors showed love to Mrekza during the launch of his film and TV studios in Limpopo. Image: @tswyza/Instagram
Source: Instagram

In other entertainment news, Briefly.co.za reported that Rhythm City has been cancelled after being on air for 13 years. The e.tv soapie will broadcast its final episode on 16 July, 2021.

Entertainment commentator Phil Mphela shared the sad news on Twitter on Friday afternoon, 20 November. The viewers of the show have also taken to the micro-blogging app to share their views on the latest development. Phil wrote:

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"TV: Rhythm City cancelled. Long-running daily drama is coming to an end after 13 years on tv. The show will air its last episode on 16 July 2021 at 7:00PM."

In related news, Briefly.co.za reported that Nomzamo Mbatha's younger brother Zamani has bagged a role on Rhythm City. Zamani will play the role 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.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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