13 October 2021
Writer: Sphe J Hadebe
Johannesburg- Viewers of eTV's popular soap, Scandal, are in for a treat this year as this production keeps on bringing more talented actors to join the cast.
As Scandal has revamped its production, new actors have joined the soap while others have left.
Last month, the new family of the Kubeka's made it way to the Scandal and indeed a scandal was caused, everything turned upside down.
We noted as well that some the actors which were from Rhythm City had joined the soap as well, which is good news by the way.
Now Mzansi Celebrity News has learnt that a young popular actor from Rhythm City has joined Scandal.
Sunday world reported that former Rhythm City actor Tshiamo Molobi is the latest actor to join e.TV’s Scandal!.
The news was shared by Entertainment commentator Phil Mphela on his social media.
“Former Rhythm City star and Rockville S5 new addition, Tshiamo Molobi, has joined the e.tv multi-award winning soapie. Molobi will Lebo, Tebello’s .
Tshiamo is a young popular talented actor in the South African entertainment industry.
He has gained recognition for playing the role of Lefa in Rhythm City and also got a role in Rockville season 5 as well as The Queen.
The 18-year-old is not a newbie in the entertainment industry as he has made a couple of appearances in movies in 2014.
As things stand, Scandal is heating up now and does not give you a reason to miss any of the episode.
As Quinton Nyathi was killed by the Kubeka's when their garbage truck hit the NFH building, Dintle did not forgive and forget. She is set to fight back for Quinton's justice and ensure that hell breaks and the Kubeka's pays for Quinton's life.
What will happen in these next coming days is when Jojo throws a life line and Dintle makes sure she’s the catch of the day. .
We will also see Dintle sets her plans in motion and takes on dangerous task all in the revenge for Quinton.
Anyway, we are happy the young gentleman, Tshiamo has found a job after Rhythm City.
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