- Former Generations: The Legacy actor Moopi Mothibeli has landed a new role on SABC3's The Estate
- Mothibeli will make his debut on July 18 as Mohau, a poor engineering student trying to make ends meet by caring for his younger brother
- Mothibeli has since spoken out about his experience on Generations: The Legacy, describing it as both fortunate and cursed due to the high viewership, which leads to stereotyping
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Moopi Mothibeli, who previously played Smanga Moroka on Generation: The Legacy, has landed a new role on SABC3's The State.
Mothibeli will make his debut on the show as Mohau Kabi, an engineering student from a poor family, as reported by TshisaLIVE. The premiere of the new season will air on SABC3 on 18 July.
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After landing his big break on Generations: The Legacy, Mothibeli has taken on a number of roles, but the actor claims that working on the legendary soap opera with devoted viewers was both a blessing and a curse.
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According to TshisaLIVE, the actor claims that even though he has appeared in numerous movies and television shows, including Hotele Lerallaneng, Night Shift, and Netflix's Justice served, people still prefer to refer to him as Smanga his character from Generations: The Legacy. Mothibeli left the soap opera in 2020.
‘Uzalo’ Omuhle Gela pens a message to the cast after the show records a milestone viewership for June
Briefly News previously reported that Omuhle Gela, the newest cast member of Mzansi's most popular soap opera, Uzalo, has taken to Instagram to thank the show's fans for their continued support.
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According to TshisaLIVE, the show drew 6.1 million viewers in June, up from 5.8 million in May. This enormous record was set in the midst of the nation's ongoing power outages, which prevented many people from watching their favourite soap operas when new episodes first aired.
Omuhle has also expressed her gratitude to the crew and cast for making her feel at home and at ease on set.
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