Huge Blow to Uzalo Fans: Two More Actors Leave the Popular Telenovela. In an announcement that has left fans sad, SABC1’s popular telenovela Uzalo has confirmed the d3ath of 0ne prominent actors from its cast.
Uzalo series producer King David Mukwevho said the PASSlNG of Actor Nkanyiso Mchunu marks the end of an era. He expressed his deepest gratitude for the lasting impression they have left on the show.
“Saying goodbye is never easy, but we are immensely thankful for the invaluable contributions they have made to Uzalo‘s success. Nkanyiso Mchunu, you will be dearly missed, and we look forward to seeing your star continue to shine in the entertainment world. I urge the viewers to stay tuned as their exit is set to be of epic proportions,” he said.
Deli Malinga shares heartfelt tribute to Nkanyiso Mchunu!
He went from being a problematic man to a legitimate leader of AmaJudiya (the church owned by his late father, Mthembu).
While viewers were starting to like the newly formed Mkhululi (Mlungisi), little did they know what was in store for them.
While enjoying his birthday celebration with family and friends, Mkhululi decided to end his life by jumping from a high building.
His mother Thenjiwe Mzobe, played by Deli Malinga, blamed everyone for his death except herself. Whereas, she is the cause of the kurse that runs within the Mzobe family.
To bid farewell to her on-screen child, Malinga shared a heartfelt tribute.
She wrote: “I still remember our conversation when arriving on Umkhokha set for your first scenes with me ( kuhlangana imihlathi eyazanayo) among everything we spoke about I recall you saying ‘Mah I know you playing my mom on screen for the second time but ke I know it’s gonna be for a short while but asivule umgodi, meaning let’s do our thing unapologetically, something that will make them remember us even when we’re gone.
“Let’s separate water from paraffin’.
“I love your acting, baby boy, you’re one of the best in the country. I enjoyed our scenes so much, and watching them on TV would always be like: ‘we did that, and that too’.