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Ex-The River actress Zenokuhle Maseko (Mbali) bags a leading role in ‘S’phiwo’

Well-known Mzansi actress Zenokuhle Maseko, who is popularly known for her roles in The Estate and The River has scored a leading role in S’phiwo.

Entertainment commentator, Phil Mphela reports that the talented actress, Zenokuhle Maseko will star alongside Skeem Saam star, Nozuko Ncayiyane in the upcoming drama series, S’phiwo.

Maseko will portray the role of Nothando alongside Diep City star Nozuko Ncayiyane, who will play the character of Zodwa.

Zenokuhle Maseko

Nothando is vibrant and eager to experience university life to its fullest, while Zodwa is a young sangoma whose spiritual depth and seriousness make her stand out from the crowd.

S’phiwo’s story is one of self-discovery, a battle against unseen forces, and proof of the idea that we are all connected in profound ways, reports Mzansi Magic.

The upcoming drama series, S’phiwo will premiere on Monday, 8 January 2024, and will also star actors Sabelo Nkosi as Solomzi, Ngele Ramulondi as Takalani, and Obakeng Makube as Nathi.

“Mzansi Magic invites viewers to travel on a spiritual journey with the premiere of its latest drama series, S’phiwo, airing from Monday 8 January 2024. In a world where storytelling meets the spiritual contracts of ancestors, S’phiwo offers a unique viewpoint through the connected lives of two extraordinary girls destined to fulfil a legacy much greater than themselves,” reports the channel in a statement.

S’phiwo is a rallying cry for those seeking to take part in the richness of locally produced fantasy drama, a reflection of Mzansi Magic’s dedication to bringing the best in local entertainment.

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Pearl Thusi

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