Muzi Mthabela and Ronnie Nyakale exit Generations: The Legacy

The South African television industry has been rocked by the departure of two beloved actors from one of the most popular soapies in the country. Generations: The Legacy, which has been a staple on SABC1 for many years, will be saying goodbye to Muzi Mthabela and Ronnie Nyakale.

Mthabela has been portraying the character of Nkosiyabo Cele, the protective uncle of Sphe, played by Pearl Monama. His character has been a fan favorite since he debuted on the show in December 2021. Mthabela’s exit from the show is set to take place on 5 June, and fans of the show are already speculating about how his character will be written out.

Nyakale, on the other hand, has been playing the character of Cosmo Diale, a loyal friend to the Moroka family. His departure from the show is not set to happen until 28 August 2024, giving fans plenty of time to enjoy his performances. Nyakale’s character has also been popular with audiences, and his absence from the show will be keenly felt.

It is not yet clear why the two actors have decided to leave the show, but fans have been expressing their sadness on social media. Many have praised the performances of Mthabela and Nyakale, and have expressed their disappointment at their departures.

Despite the sadness surrounding their departures, there is some good news for fans of Mthabela. The talented actor has already landed a new role in the upcoming drama series My Brother’s Keeper. In the new show, he will be playing the role of a brother to the villainous Mshengu, played by Lindani Nkosi. Fans of Mthabela will no doubt be excited to see him take on a new challenge in this exciting new series.

As for Nyakale, fans will have to wait and see what he has planned for the future. The talented actor has been a fixture on South African television for many years, and there is no doubt that he will continue to be a sought-after performer in the industry.

The departures of Muzi Mthabela and Ronnie Nyakale from Generations: The Legacy is a loss for South African television. Both actors have been integral to the success of the show, and their performances will be missed by fans. However, their departures also open up new opportunities for them, and fans will no doubt be excited to see what they have planned for the future.

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