Tshiamo Joins Another Top Soapie

He played Lefa On Rhythm City

By  | Oct 14, 2021, 09:50 AM  | Top of the

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Former Rockville star Tshiamo Molobi has scored a new gig. The young actor is also popularly known for his Rhythm City character Lefa.

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Tshiamo has officially joined the etv's Scandal. According to the entertainment commentator Phil Mphela, The 18-year old actor will be playing the role of Lebo, Tibi's friend from Soweto.

Congratulatory messages have since poured in for the actor on social media.

Another one of our favorite ZAlebs who recently scored a new acting gig is actress Rami Chuene.

Giyani: Land of Blood viewers will get to see her as the show returns for the 2nd season next month. The former Muvhango star will be playing the character of Manoko Ledwaba on the show.

Viewers are already looking forward to the new season's premier. Sharing an update earlier this week, Phil Mphela tweeted: "The first-ever scripted Xitsonga drama series since the advent of television in South Africa, Giyani Land of Blood, returns on November 1st, 2021. Season 2 will air Mondays to Wednesdays at 21h30 on @SABC_2"

Programme manager Jacqui Hlongwane told Daily Sun that viewers should expect a drama-filled new season, “Building on the success of the first season, the second one returns with more drama, intrigue, and an action-packed storyline that will have viewers glued to their screens.

"Not only can they look forward to seeing their favorite characters back, but SABC is delighted to announce that Rami will join season 2 – life will never be the same again in Giyani for sure,” Hlongane told the publication.

Meanwhile, Rami scored another TV gig on Mzansi magic. Announcing the news last month, she shared that she is the new presenter for a new reality TV show titled 'Away for Repair.'

The show aims to help people to mend broken bonds. SANParks Managing Executive: Tourism Development and Marketing Hapiloe Sello said: “Away for Repair, will treat viewers to an emotional roller-coaster as four teams of two undergo a relationship boot camp against the spectacular backdrops of seven of South Africa’s prime National Parks”.

"Through this series, we will be showcasing the diversity of our parks to the Mzansi Magic audience as well as the range of fun and educational activities available in these destinations. We also felt it important to emphasize the value of spending time in nature on emotional wellbeing – how the National Parks are places to escape to reconnect and revitalize hence the relationship boot camp theme"

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