Check out Impihlangene's pictures that got everyone talking about
By Lisalihle | self meida writer
Published 19 days ago - 13701 views
Thulani Mtsweni is a South African well-known professional actor, he is commonly known as Sotobe or Kaka. Sotobe is the character he used to play on the SABC3 drama series, Isidingo.
The 52-year old actor has been one of the most talked about actors in the past few years. Playing a role at the SABC3 drama series Isidingo made people fall in love with his true personality.
Thulani played at Isidingo, playing Sotobe's role. He used to work as a mining worker in the drama series, and also very funny at the same time. Apart from Isidingo, Thulani also played in Namba Namba, Rhythm city, Gomora and is now at Isibaya.
At Isibaya, Thulani is playing Mpihlangene Zungu's role. However, there are rumours that the show is coming to an end, and that could see the actor being jobless if the rumours are true. Check out the pictures of Thulani:
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