- Mzansi actress Dawn Thandeka King said her last goodbye to Uzalo in an emotional post on social media
- The actress thanked everyone who had been involved in her career on the soapie and celebrated her exit, reportedly to join the cast of a new series called Diep City
- Mzansi social media users took to the comments section to show some love for her work
All good things have to come to an end and this was also the case for actress Dawn Thandeka King, who bid farewell to her character MaNgcobo on the popular SABC soapie, Uzalo.
Taking to Instagram, Dawn shared a video where the cast of the soapie and crew cheered her on as she made her last appearance. She captioned the footage:
"End of an amazing era. Thank you Stained Glass TV and SABC 1 for everything. I will miss MaNgcobo and I will miss everyone who opened their hearts to me. It's been a beautiful journey. Till we meet again."
Dawn has wrapped up her last scenes on Uzalo and will be appearing on a new Mzansi Magic telenovela, Diep City. The actress was on Uzalo for seven years and she was a favourite amongst viewers in Mzansi.
Mzansi social media users and Dawn's fans commented on the post and showed her love. Take a look at some of the reactions below:
"I'm not watching Uzalo any more."
"Yoh. Just like that. We are going to miss you."
"This has brought us all to tears. We love you Dawn Thandeka King."
"All sorts of feels going on. What a journey. Keep on queening."
Briefly.co.za previously reported that Dawn Thandeka King is leaving Uzalo to star in a new television series. Dawn Thandeka King is moving to a new set, new cast and new television show.
The star has reportedly decided to leave Uzalo and been given a role in a new series titled Diep City. The actress has already left the cast of Uzalo, which she had been a member of for four seasons.
There have been rumours of Uzalo doing a new-and-improved angle on the show but reports from industry insiders have implied that King left before the latest season began filming.
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