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The legendary South African actor known as Israel Matseke-Zulu his legs situation has forced him to stop acting in the Mzansi Magic’s popular series, Gomora because of some health issues. The actor said he was forced to leave his role on Gomora because he is not well at the moment.
He said he started having health issues the moment he started his role in Gomora. That made him to leave the show as a dead man he revealed that he cant walk anymore .Matseke-Zulu said that he has gangrene which is defined as the death of tissue caused by an infection which often occurs in the skin from loss of blood supply.
Matseke-Zulu last scene on Gomora he had to use wheelchair to move around because it was difficult for him to get where he should be. The actor is also known for his stellar roles in popular TV shows and movies such as Gaz’lam, Tsotsi, Gangsters Paradise, Avenged and more.
Will he be able to act again?, we don't know yet
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