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Wiseman Mncube rumoured to play Mqhele Zulu in season 3 of The Wife

Multi-award-winning production house Stained Glass might have found the perfect replacement for Bonko Khoza’s character Mqhele Zulu, but tweeps are divided.

It was revealed recently that Khoza will not be part of the upcoming season of the popular telenovela, “The Wife” – however rumour has it that Safta-winning actor Wiseman Mncube has been cast for the role.
Taking to Twitter, commentator Phil Mphela said he had it on good record that the role has been filled by the “Uzalo” actor.

Wiseman Mncube

Along with a short video, he wrote in the tweet: Meet the new Mqhele. We got the scoop on who has replaced Bonko Khoza on #TheWifeShowmax. Mncube recently took a break from “Uzalo” to work on the 2023 historical drama series, “Shaka Ilembe” where he will be seen alongside “Coming 2 America” actress, Nomzamo Mbatha in the role of King Zwide.

Wiseman Mncube

Inspired by Dudu Busani-Dube’s best-selling book “Naledi His Love”, “The Wife” season three is set to air in November with Gaisang K Noge in the lead role as doctor Naledi Montsho who is in love with Qhawe Zulu.

Some tweeps seems to believe that Mncube can fill Khoza’s shoes while others are not impressed by the rumoured selection.

Source: IOL

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House Of The Dragon

In a rushed heel turn, Daenerys Targaryen, our intelligent, ambitious, and charismatic (if controversial) heroine for eight seasons, looked down on King’s Landing from astride her dragon, went abruptly apeshit, and started to hoover the streets of the city with dragon fire, committing senseless mass murder against her own subjects. Learn more