Mkhabela's character Leshole has finally passed his proficiency test and will now be leaving Turfloop as a commercial pilot. Therefore, Leshole will be away from his friends and family for six months ... Leshole is a fan favorite of "Skeem Saam." Fans protect Leshole because they are related to his life story.
They are also most closely related to Mkhabela, whose veteran actor Charles Maja, who died of a stroke in 2020, lost his on-screen father, Big Boy Mabitsela. Although they are very happy that Leshole's dream has finally come true, they feel that Leshole's temporary withdrawal is a double whammy for the show. Neither Skeem Saam nor Mkhabela confirmed their withdrawal from the show, because their departure is part of history and also temporary. The actor promoted the show on his social media channel via social media last week.
The Battle Last week, when the trio Thabo Maputla (Cornet Mamabolo), Kwaito Seakamela (Clement Maosa) and Katlego Peterson (Patrick Seleka) defeated Lehasa Maphosa (Cedric Fourie), a lot of drama happened. The boys head to Johannesburg to find Pretty Seakamela (Lerato Marabe) who is currently having an affair with Lehasa. They protect Kwaito's sister (Pretty), who is related to Katlego. When Lehasa reminds the three that Pretty is an adult who can make his own decisions, things start to go downhill. Pregnant?
According to #SkeemSaam on Twitter, Pretty may have been pregnant with Lehasa's child. Lehasa will be happy with this news because he has been expecting a child since his wife died of cancer. This news may cause Lelo Mthiyane (Amanda du Pont) to return to Johannesburg because he wants to catch Lehasa and take the child.
Pretty will be scared because she is still young, but Lehasa will support her because she is ready to become a father. The relationship between Lehasa and Pretty is loved by fans of the show because it is forbidden, it is unexpected, and it is beautiful. 18:30 Watch Skeem Saam at SABC1.
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