Zinhle Mabena Makes A Return To Isibaya

She is back with her scheming ways!

By  | Sep 12, 2020, 09:29 AM  | Zinhle Ngwenya  | Top of the

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For several years Television actress Zinhle Mabena, kept many avid watchers of Mzansi Magic's hit soapie Isibaya captivated with her intriguing character and enthralling performances on the show.

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Her fans are in for a treat as the actress is coming back to the show, after a brief hiatus to focus on her motherhood journey. Zinhle gave birth to her second born in 2019 and she has been enjoying being a mommy to her two kids.

Entertainment commentator Phil Mphela took to Twitter to reveal the news leaving fans elated who said they cannot wait to witness her drama.

In a tweet, he wrote, "Zinhle Mabena returns to Isibaya. The actress who plays the role of Sihle took a break from the production and makes a return after being off screen for over a year. Zinhle Mabena returns on Isibaya on Tuesday at 8.30pm"

Zinhle is known for her devious character Sihle, who is hated by millions onscreen while in real life she is soft-spoken and lovable. Her character has many on the edge of their collective seats everything with her scheming ways.

Confirming her return she said it is going to be such a lovely journey "Thank You so much Phil... Im so excited for everyone to see what Sihle has in store. Its going to be such a lovely journey," she tweeted.

Zinhle played Zweli Ngubane's wife portrayed by Andile Gumbi, who died after suffering a heart attack while working while working in Israel.

The actress rose to fame when she bagged the role of Busi Thwala in SABC’s drama series Mtunzini.com, and she has since portrayed numerous characters on our TV screens.

Zinhle is head over heels in love with Robert Ngwenya, and the lovebirds have 2 children. The actress recently revealed that her husband almost died after his car was torched by perpetrators while he was inside.

We cannot wait to see her on our screens soon.

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