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Skeem Saam's Dieketseng Mnisi did not approve of Mantuli as a cheater

Veteran entertainer, Dieketseng Mnisi who assumes the part of Mantuli Seakamela on SABC 1's soapie Skeem Saam says, she didn't endorse at first when authors needed to depict her person as a conning lady. 

She disclosed to Sowetan that she's against cheating, all things considered, and that it turned into a test for her to play a lady who cheated and surprisingly imagined a youngster from the issue. 

This brought about the 60-year-old doing many retakes while shooting the scenes, and being reminded ordinarily that she was acting. 


A great many watchers tuned into the instructive soapie to see the tale of Mantuli and John Maputla's (Africa Tsoai) secret issue unfurling. 

It was uncovered that Mantuli who was John's neighbor and Meiki's dearest companion for some, numerous years considered Kwaito (Clement Maosa). 

Meikie got dubious when John started sneaking around and felt that he was going behind her back, with Charity Ramabu (Mokgofe Moagi) once more. 

Meikie (Harriet Manamela) and watchers were stunned to find that the lady, John was sneaking around with was Mantuli. 

The Seakamelas and Maputlas, began looking for replies about the genuine character of Kwaito's dad, and discovered through DNA testing that he was for sure John's child. 


Mnisi says Mantuli imagined that she will actually want to take her mysterious undertaking with John to the grave. 

She said she realized she tackled her work as an entertainer when, she heard that it was moving via online media. 

"Mantuli has had this scary attitude however her circumstance with the Maputlas has uncovered the opposite side of her." 

Mnisi likewise expressed that she never figured she would get the job since she was threatened, when she tried out with numerous Sepedi-talking entertainers. 

"At the point when I tried out I was stressed that I didn't communicate in the principle language, which is Sepedi." 

"In any case, the maker of the show, Winnie Serite, had faith in me." 

"This is my first enormous job and it came after I had supplicated hard for it," she says.

Source: The South African

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Charity Ramabu Clement Maosa Dieketseng Mnisi John Mokgofe Moagi


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