Within the first few seconds, a naked woman is seen seducing a man in the driver seat of a taxi at a rank in an intimate scene. But Mpumelelo Nhlapo, executive director of Black Brain Pictures and executive producer on e.tv's new 18SN age-restricted telenovela, says The Black Door it's so much more".
Mam Rebecca is a no-nonsense corrupt and greedy businesswoman who doesn’t take no for an answer, says seasoned actress Linda Sebezo. And she just happens to be Linda’s hottest new character in the steamy telenovela series The Black Door, which kickstarted e.tv’s night-time schedule overhaul in April this year.
Linda Sebezo is a famously known South African actress, dancer ,singer and director, she is best known for her role on the Queen Mzansi Magic soapie opera as Lilian .
Famous actress lives off mother's pension money because the state say she can't get her relief funds.
Experienced actress Linda Sebezo has been vocal about the hardships that she is going through as a self-employed actress a result of the Covid-19 lockdown. She uttered after her requests for financial assistance were discarded, her source of income is now her mother's pension money. The Isibaya actress declared on social media platforms that when she tried to apply for the Covid-19 relief fund her application was discarded because the money that was released by the department of Arts and Culture has ran out
Ehostela drama series strory line revolves around kwazulu natal, kwamashu township. It takes a look at the mind set of 'inkabi" assassin, someone who is trained or hired to kill other people. DSTV 161 channel will be airing the the return of Mzansi's drama series "Ehostela" on Sunday 3 january. It is set to come back with a bang. It will feature former lockdown and Isibaya actress Linda Sebezo. She will be acting alongside the likes of veteran actor Mduduzi Mabaso who is well known for his brilliant display
Linda Sebezo is a South African actress,dancer,singer and she is also a director best known for her starring role as koko in the SABC 1 sitcom Gauteng Maboneng. Linda has been in the industry for some time now and she has been gracing us with her talent on our screens as she starred on the Mzansi's favorite telenovela Lock Down,Greed and desire and she is currently in Isibaya and still gracing us with her talent. She was born on the 11th of November 1964 and she was raised in Rockville Soweto.She is a mother
Veteran actress Linda Sebezo has unfolded approximately the devastating monetary impact Covid-19 has had on her lifestyles, that saw her live on off her mom’s pension. The celebrity advised TshisaLIVE in an interview this week that she became disillusioned at how the government has treated artists during the pandemic. She stated that she applied for the branch of sports, arts and subculture’s Covid-19 comfort fund. The fund become launched in March, pledging R150m to assist artists and athletes hit tough
Linda Sebezo is a broadly known South African entertainer, artist ,vocalist and chief, she is most popular for her job on the Queen Mzansi Magic soapie show as Lilian .
The veteran actress from the now defunct; Isibaya joins The State in April.Linda Sebezo who played Lillian; in Isibaya is happy to have found a new home in a brand new show.The State; will air on SABC3 from April.
Sad news to fans of the most loved television Soapie that's is almost aired nearly 60 years of watching Days of Our Lives in South Africa, e.tv has announced that it is closing the show from their channel. This follows the channel's announcement of a change of plans with new programs, normally Etv does this when it April almost every year they updates their on air programming.
Bragging decades experience on TV – from the 1980s sitcom Sgudi S'naysi days to being a three-time successive South African Film and Television Awards victor – Linda Sebezo's specialty remains unequaled. Her prosperity all began with climbing; much to her dismay that the Beemer (BMW) that halted was being driven by the late amazing inventive, Gibson Kente. He gave her a lift and that was the start of a fruitful lifetime vocation. There is no foreseeing what will emerge from Linda's mouth, she expresses
South Africa's entertainment industry is one of the most vibrant in Africa.Almost every other month there is always something new to look forward to.The closing of a door is the opening of another.
Actress Linda Sebezo says she was fed by her mother after she was disappointed by Sports, Arts and Culture Minister Nathi Mthethwa. Linda (55), who plays the role of Lillian Nyandeni in Sibaya and plays Maki Magwaza in Lockdown on Mzansi Magic, has voiced her sadness on Twitter. “I was disappointed by the Minister of Arts and Culture. Artists who are part of the population are affected by the global shutdown, but we are told that we should not receive a grant. Where should we go? What should we eat?" “A
She was conceived on 11 Novemer 1964. Family The entertainer was brought up in Rockville Soweto. She was a blunt and daring youngster. Her enthusiasm for acting started when she was as yet youthful as she would showcase the motion pictures and theater plays and her dad would watch her. Growing up, she had a full family unit with 20 cousins; they didn't have a lot, however they were a glad family. She, notwithstanding, needed to be an attendant when she grew up principally in light of the fact that a large
Desperate times call for desperate measures; sometimes it helps to makes lemonade when life gives you lemons.A typical example is an award-winning actor Warren Masemola who has refused to let covid-19 lockdown bring him down. Since the beginning of lockdown on 27 March, many artists have hit rock bottom.Many are crying fowl over non-receipt of the relief fund from the department of arts and culture. Not so long ago, a popular actress, Linda Sebezo shared her sad story of how she and her kids had to live off
More actors are accusing the government of neglecting artists. The matter has been dismissed against further claims for a R150 million artist recovery. It started with the Uzalo actor, Siyabonga Shibe, who made a video that criticized the Department of Sport, Arts and Culture with more attention to sports than artists and even suggested that the arts should be removed from sports. The former Qabanga Zalo actress, who was S ambitious in Gaz'lam, made the remarks after a media briefing by Minister of State Na
TV star Linda Sebezo curses every minute of the national lockdown of Covid-19 because it has forced her to rely on her mother's pension for survival. Like other freelancers, Sebezo prayed for calls to come fast to improve her situation. Since 1980 the veteran stage and television actor has been freelancing and she said it was hard to survive as they were paying per call. Last week the actress took to social media expressing her frustration after she turned down her application to the R150 m relief fund beca
If you have watched the SABC 1 Sitcom Gauteng Maboneng, then you must be familiar with Linda Sebezo, who takes the role of Koko, an aged grandmother who raised Lebo. Sebezo has been in the acting scenes for some time, and we all love to see her on our screens. She is also a dancer, singer, and director. The actress again is popularly known for appearances on Isibaya, Lockdown and other several TV shows shows. Linda is one of the most talented legendary actresses we have in Mzansi and a lot of people just love
The pandemic really came hard on the lives of many South Africans, it spared no one especially those that are self-employed and depend on gigs calls and being out on the streets to sell their products. “My heart was very heavy when I saw my mom buying bread for us” That's what Linda Sebezo told Tshisalive in July and said she was disappointed on how the government treated artists during the pandemic. With the second wave and SA again having returned to level three, many artists and people are yet to be
The entertainment industry especially musicians are under the dark cloud as we are facing a pandemic globally.The icons are losing their luxury life that they used to slowly but surely as bookings are scarce currently.