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Former Generation's The Legacy actress opens up

17 October 2021

Writer: Sphe J Hadebe

Johannesburg- Former actress of SABC 1 popular soap, Generations the Legacy has opened up on lot of things since she left the soap.

We have to say though, for most people it is their dream to be part of this production. Growing up some years ago, many people aspired to act on this soap and when given an opportunity, it becomes a dream come true for them.

In the past few years, we saw something strange that happened for the very first time since the inception of this soap, when the production fired all the cast. This was due to salary negotiations which were not successful and it led to the dismissal of all cast members following their strike.

Mfundi Vundla, who is the executive producer of this show, decided to start afresh and hire new cast. This saw the soap going to a half for a couple of weeks while the new cast and new storyline was being shot.

Amongst the new cast who joined the soap some months ago , it includes the talented actress Zola Nombona.

Taking to social media, the actress went down memory lane to reflect on how life had been since she joined the popular SABC 1 soapie.

In her lengthy Instagram post, she also reminisced on how she had wished to be a part of the show for ages.

I’ve been with the Generations: The Legacy family for over six months now, and what a lovely journey it has been,” she wrote.

“I’ve had multiple opportunities to join the team, but it never happened because the timing wasn’t right. I thought I was not a long-form actor because I get bored easily, but I quickly realised that I didn’t have the stamina for it. I normally got the opportunity to test my acting stamina in theatre productions, but that had not happened in a while, so beku rough.”

In Generation's The Legacy, Zola played the character of Pamela Khoza,who is an investigative journalist and wife of Syanda Khoza.

She added that she was grateful for the opportunity to be part of the show.

“I would like to thank everyone for the continuous support and love for my craft – l live for it. A big shout-out to the cast and crew for the lovely energy and support.”

Zola also clarified that she was not leaving the show; instead, she was just showing gratitude for what God had done for her, adding that viewers were in for a surprise in the next few days as her role was about to shake things up.

Wishing the actress all the best in her endeavours.


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