She will cause heat on Imbewu: The Seed. She made a name for herself in the old Generations, Xoli Zondi-Zamisa who will be coming to the show which is popular, she will be portraying the character Violet Vilakazi, the wife of the young Menzi Vilakazi played by Muzi Mthabela. Currently on the e.tv series at 21h30 from Monday to Friday, Menzi is in love with Nokubonga Bhengu Zulu (Leleti Khumalo) who is Zimele Bhengu's widow. Violet will first appear on Monday.
Violet, who suffers from a mental illness, will be first seen in the mental institute. The illness led her being charged with murder after she set burnt the home of a woman she suspected of having an affair with her husband. "It has not been easy to play this role since Violet is not mentally well. In front of people she seems to be fine."
"I had to do my own research, learn more about mental illnesses so that I could fit into this role," Xoli explained. However, she says she enjoyed playing the scene because it challenged her. "People will enjoy the place I'm going to play, I bring the heat though," she said with a laugh. In this show MaZulu faces the problem that her family does not want her relationship with Menzi, which Violet may be the solution. The news that the Menzi has a wife, could be a problem for him since he has proposed marriage to the Zulus.
Xoli has acted in other shows including Family Bonds, Greed and Desire and Isipho. In addition to Leleti, Muzi and Thembi Mtshali Jones of Thoko's in Sgudi Snaysi, in Imbewu Xoli will be playing along with actors including Nokubonga Khuzwayo (Zakithi), Nkululeko (Nkanyiso Mchunu), Gugu Mzobe (Nomusa), Raphael Griffiths (Zithulele) and Nonsindiso Gcaba (Zethu). The show often does something different by inviting celebrities, as has been the case with Clermont comedian Flymotion, and maskandi artist Khuzani "Ndlamlenze" Mpungose. When it first started there was Khathide "Tshatha" Ngobe who is Ukhozi FM presenter.
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