Isibaya's Lillian; Linda Sebezo is excited to be joining a new show in April
By TingTong1105 | self meida writer
Published 5 days ago - 812 views
The veteran actress from the now defunct; Isibaya joins The State in April. Linda Sebezo who played Lillian; in Isibaya is happy to have found a new home in a brand new show.
The State; will air on SABC3 from April. Fans of the veteran actress will be happy to see Sebezo playing a different role of a politician; called Goniwe.
The role is of a politician who was exiled in the 80s and has now returned to South Africa after it gained it's democracy. Her new role has an interest in helping people of Mzansi; as she wants to build schools and clinics for the community.
The award winning actress says Goniwe is different from Lillian who was sweet; bubbly and loved relationships. Goniwe is an activist and an exile returnee; who wants South Africans to prosper.
Though she is starting a new chapter in her illustrious career; after transitioning from Isibaya; she is mindful of her former Isibaya cast members; as they also begin their own new chapters in the acting field.
Sebezo wished her former Isibaya cast members success and urged them to persevere as there are many opportunities available this year; compared to last year; when the pandemic began.
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