Musa Ngema, who previously appeared in Generations, has found new work swiftly after being sacked from Generations: The Legacy last month.

Skeem Saam, a popular SABC 1 drama, has cast him. Ngema, who portrayed Mazwi Moroka in Generations, was supposedly fired owing to tensions with his coworkers.

His character died, and his “funeral” was utilised to welcome back other cast members, according to the show’s creators.

Ngema’s exit from Generations was handled professionally, and the cast expressed thanks for his commitment to the character. Meanwhile, Skeem Saam is negotiating a contract with Ngema and, if successful, will join the show.

Although a Skeem Saam representative first denied Ngema’s involvement, insiders say the show is expected to beat Generations in terms of popularity and ratings.


“Skeem Saam wants to outperform Generations in terms of popularity and numbers; they’ve been trending almost every day recently,” the insider says.

According to another source, the show is currently debating contracts and money difficulties with Ngema: ‘He will surely join if they agree on the terms and conditions.”

Sumaya Mogola, Skeem Saam’s spokeswoman, rejected Ngema’s participation in the instructional soapie, saying, “Who gave you the story first?” ZiMoja informed her that we would not expose our sources, to which she said, “that is not true, he is not joining us,” Mogola continued.

Mr. Kgomo was sacked as Turf Hospital’s superintendent, and it is stated from sources that Mazwi from Generation would replace that post, while we are still waiting for Skeem Saam to corroborate the entire thing.


By J Times

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