Meshack Mavuso Gets A Promotion

Congratulations are in order

By  | Jan 25, 2022, 11:51 PM  | Meshak Mavuso  | Top of The

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It has been a while since Durban Gen fans have seen Meshack Mavuso on the show. The actor recently revealed that he has been working behind the scenes.

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Meshack announced that he is now a director for Durban Gen. The show premiered in October last year. Introducing the show then,  eTV stated, “On arrival at Durban General Hospital, Mbali assists in a precarious surgery that goes horribly wrong, resulting in the death of an MEC. 

"The incident plummets the hospital, Mbali, and Dr. Lindelani Zulu, into the middle of an investigation that threatens to derail her career before it has even begun. Meanwhile, her proximity to Dr. Zulu, the resulting intimacy, and their palpable chemistry threaten to break everything Mbali has built back home with Sbusiso.”

Meshack has been with the show since its premiere, playing the character of Dr. Dlamini.

Speaking about his new role on the show, the actor and now "Mr. Director" thanked the production for the opportunity.

He wrote, "I'd really like to take this moment and thank all those who are behind my success ke ya leboga now you can officially call me Mr. Director. Thanks to @stainedglasstv1 @durbangen_etv for entrusting me with this big responsibility much appreciated"

He said he wishes that the late Patrick Shai was still alive to witness his achievement.

"Malume Molefe @patrick_shai I wish you were here to witness this but ke KULUNGILE," he concluded.
Patrick Shai passed away last week Saturday. His friend Thabang Sefoto recently spoke to 702 revealing that the actor was badly affected by the backlash he received after he challenged Cassper for a boxing match.

“Last week Tuesday, I think, after the Cassper thing happened on the internet, I personally spoke to him. I called him, and he was so apologetic...He broke down, he literally cried on the phone. He was a very emotional person.”  

Thabang added that his late friend said he tried to reach out to Cassper to personally apologize, “Look, ntwana, I’ve tried to reach out to Cassper and the family, I’m speaking to the management. This character assassination on social media is really breaking me.’”  

Patrick had released an apology on social media before his passing. The statement read: "I should have known better as an adult. My apologies, I humbly, from the bottom of my heart, apologise for having used such strong language towards your mom. Even though the challenge would've been an ideal thing but now it has been soured by what I said.

“I apologise from the bottom of my heart, please forgive me and forgive me South Africans. I am regretting every bit of the last sentence. That I used, I'm sorry.”

The late actor was dragged for calling the rapper a son of a b*tch in a viral video.

 “Before I die I want to make sure that I’ve beat you so that on my tombstone they can write this is the man who beat Caster or Costa or whatever your sh*t name is … Come you son of a b***h,” said Patrick in the video.

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