Today, we woke up to the trend of one of Mzansi's timeless artists, Zolisa Xaluva. Xaluva created a reputation for himself when he played the role of Jason Malinga in SABC 1's Generations. He also featured in the drama series Tsha Tsha and in the drama Gugu and Andile in 2009.
In 2019, he participated in the famous drama series Knuckle Area. Learn more: https://briefly.co.za/62327-zolisa-xaluva-bio-age-nationality-siblings-movies-awards-profile-net-value.html
Zolisa has recently paired up with Shona Ferguson for the Kings of Johannesburg Showmax, which has gained a number of fans. After Blood and Water, the show became the most spoken about series.
There are a variety of talented actors on the program, but Zolisa has been singled out as the most understanding of one.
After his success last night on Gomora, Twitter woke up feeling positive about him. They produced a variety of threads to honor him. They've shared his photographs and discussed how much he enjoys his acting. They also announced that he played an important part in making King Jo'rburg a famous display.
Others also felt that getting shot from Generations is the greatest thing that ever happened to Zolisa, as the display was somehow holding him down.
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