- Moshidi Motshegwa has joined the cast of the BET Africa show Isono and fans are excited
- Moshidi has been off-screen ever since she left the role of Malefu on The River and television fans missed her
- Social media users reacted to the news that Moshidi is coming back to the small screen and many are thrilled
Mzansi actress Moshidi Motshegwa has been off-screen since leaving The River but now she's decided to come back with a full-on bang.
Moshidi was spotted last week filming for a new show but nobody quite knew which one yet.
Now, it has been confirmed that Moshidi is going to be joining the cast of BET telenovela Isono. Isono airs on Mondays to Thursdays on BET Africa.
Entertainment blogger and commentator Phil Mphela confirmed the news on his Twitter page:
"Moshidi Motshegwa has joined Isono. The award-winning actress was spotted by my sources on the set of the BET Africa telenovela shooting scenes for the show," he said.
Mzansi television fans have been missing Moshidi ever since she left her role as Malefu on The River and are excited to see what she's going to be bringing to the table this time.
Take a look at some of the reactions from social media below, welcoming Moshidi back to the small screen:
"Ke screamile gore (I really screamed). Missed her on our screens."
"This is going to be epic now, no offense to cast already there."
"I am ready for some brilliant acting."
"Well, she can play anything. Listen, if you told me she was going to be the next James Bond, I would believe you. She's that good."
In other Mzansi television news, Briefly.co.za reported that South African media personality Anele Mdoda is set to host a new talk show. Mzansi media personality Anele Mdoda is set to host a new talk show, according to entertainment blogger Phil Mphela.
The show that Anele is hosting is going to air on the new DStv channel titled Honey on 173. Anele is going to host a show called The Buzz and it will be airing on 15 February 2021.
She will be hosting the show alongside Pearl Umeh, Rachel Wakesho, Zanna Katoka and Davina Mavuwa, a string of African women.
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