- Veteran Mzansi actress Lillian Dube has bagged a role in an a new Moja Love show titled Emzini Wabadala
- The Golden Horn Lifetime Achievement Award recipient plays the role of a care giver at an old age home
- The new series is reportedly a remake of SABC 1's hilarious historic sitcom Emzini Wezinsizwa
Lillian Dube has bagged a new role in an upcoming series on Moja Love. The veteran actress will reportedly play a lead role in Emzini Wabadala.
The new show is a remake of SABC 1's popular comedy show Emzini Wezinsizwa. According to reports, the Golden Horn Lifetime Achievement Award recipient has already started shooting her scenes on the show.
She portrays the role of a matriarch who is a care giver at an old age home. According to OkMzansi, Daily Sun reported that the SABC refused Moja Love the rights to continue with the old format of the show. However, The 75-year-old thespian will be joined on set by the original cast of the original sitcom.
The legendary actress has acted on TV shows and movies such as Skwizas, Soul City, Gog' Helen, In My Country and The Forgotten Kingdom, among many others.
She has been on TV for decades and many of her fans would be glad that she's back to entertain them with her great acting skills.
In other entertainment news, Briefly News reported that Natasha Thahane reacted to the news that Thuso Mbedu is set to star alongside US actress Viola Davis.
The Blood & Water actress took to social media and congratulated Thuso for bagging a role alongside one of America's greatest actresses.
Natasha took to Instagram on Thursday, 29 April and shared a screenshot of the article about Thuso's good news. She captioned her post:
"What a MOMENT! @thuso.mbedu You are the MOMENT! I’m proud of you galingz, ninja! Continue to confidently receive God’s abundant blessings."
Thuso also took to Natasha's comment section to show her appreciation following the post. She replied:
Instagram users took to Natasha's timeline to react to her post. They also congratulated the talented Mzansi actress. Mzansi media personality Carol Bouwer wrote:
"She is phenomenal! You young ladies make it a proud moment to be from this broken land of ours! Never stop."
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