- Former Isidingo actress Soso Rungqu has joined the cast of Generations: The Legacy
- Soso Rungqu will play the character of a new detective in town, Zanele Nyathi
- Soso's fans shared that they can't wait to watch the talented star on their screens again
Actress Sonwabise 'Soso' Rungqu has joined the stellar cast of Generations: The Legacy. The bubbly star is best known for her role in the now-defunct soapie, Isidingo.
Soso will be portraying the role of a detective named Zanele Nyathi on the popular SABC 1 soapie. Entertainment commentator Phil Mpela took to Twitter on Monday, 15 February and shared that Soso has bagged a role on the show. Phil wrote:
"CASTING NEWS: Soso Rungqu joins Generations. The former Isidingo star will be playing Zanele Nyathi — a detective, on the SABC1 soapie."
Soso's fans have shared that they're happy that they'll get to see their fave in a new soapie soon. Check out some of their thoughts below:
"We've missed real actors on that show. You can tell the ones that are there are just doing it for just doing it, including the directors. I hope she puts in the effort like she always does."
"Finally, I’ve missed seeing her on our screens, she’s talented this one."
"I love her isiXhosa accent. She is such a great actress."
"I loved Morongwa, definitely can't wait to see her on screen again."
"She's a very good actress."
"She was great on Isidingo. She'll be perfect too, great actress."
In other entertainment news, eHostela has dethroned The Queen in terms of viewership. eHostela's Season 2 has toppled The Queen and is now the second-most-watched show on DSTV. The drama series in now behind Gomora, which is still at number one spot.
Entertainment commentator Phil Mphela shared that the series pulled 1.76 million viewers in January while The Queen was watched by 1.66 million viewers. Phil wrote on Twitter on Friday, 12 February:
"TV: eHostela dethrones The Queen. In a shocking twist of audience trend, the second season of eHostela beat the dominant telenovela to be come the second most watched show on DStv behind Gomora in January. The series pulled 1,76m viewers over The Queen’s 1,66m."
TV lovers took to Phil's comment section to share their thoughts on his post. A tweep @zie77324534 commented:
"Funny enough I don’t like the new season, like there is too much going on."
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