- Uzalo actor Wiseman Mncube has opened an arts school in Zululand and is happy to help those in need
- The actor decided to start the school so that people who want to study have access to resources
- According to Wiseman Mncune, his school will be free of charge and he just wants to empower the youth
Mzansi actor Wiseman Mncube has just done a great thing and opened an arts school in his home region of Zululand in KwaZulu-Natal. Wiseman is going to be teaching scriptwriting, acting, dancing and television production at his school.
Wiseman has been dreaming about this moment for a very long time and is grateful for the fact that it is finally happening. This has always been something he wanted to do.
"This has been a dream of mine for as long as I can remember. I'm glad it's finally happening," said Wiseman while speaking to Daily Sun.
The actor had this idea because he's noticed how some people do not have the resources to further their education. For most people in the entertainment industry, they have to relocate to the big metropolitan cities in the country to get their careers started.
The school will be offering full-time programmes that will run for six months twice a year. Students will not have to pay for the classes.
"We are not looking to make a profit from the school and I hope sponsors will welcome us as we are doing this to nurture new talent and empower the youth," said Wiseman.
In other entertainment news, Briefly News reported that Uzalo actor Sibonile Ngubane tied the knot. Mzansi actor Sibonile Ngubane is off the market. The Uzalo actor got married to the love of life, Ubuhle Nkomo, on Sunday.
Sibonile took to his Instagram account to share the good news with his followers. He captioned his post:
"Wedding bells have rang [sic]. May the Lord deal with me, be it ever so severely, if anything but death separates you and me."
The actor is thrilled with the fact that he got married and couldn't wait to share the news with his followers. Just last week, he shared a video of his wedding invitation, letting his fans know the time and the place he would be tying the knot.
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