- Rhythm City has been running for 13 years and the soapie has finally wrapped things up
- The show got cancelled and has paid a generous amount of money to the actors for their work
- Mzansi social media users reacted to the news online and shared their comments about the soapie
Mzansi soapie Rhythm City has come to an end and the actors of the show are have received a great reward for their work. Even though the soapie is amongst the top 10 of the most-watched in South Africa, it got cancelled.
eTV decided to show appreciation to the cast of the show and has paid them a generous amount of money for their services and as a farewell gift.
Entertainment blogger Phil Mphela took to social media to share the news through a video.
"eTV confirmed that there will be money given as a farewell gift to the people working on the show. The cash is not specifically a severance package but it has been worked out within the ambit of labour law," said Sine the Voice Artist.
Social media users reacted to the news that Rhythm City actors have received a large amount of money for carrying the show for all these years. Take a look at some of the reactions below:
"Wow, that is commendable. This industry needs to be regulated already so these things are mandatory for production companies."
"If they want to, they will."
"I am still not okay with the decision. But oh well."
Briefly.co.za previously reported that Rhythm City has been cancelled after 13 years on air. Rhythm City has been cancelled after being on air for the past 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 thoughts on the latest development. Phil wrote:
"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 7:00 pm."
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