MASTERMIND is coming back to Uzalo.
According to insiders, Mastermind, who was in Uzalo when it started in 2014, is back to shake things up.
"He will be involved in the storyline of
Khathide, who is dealing with drugs," said the insider.
Khathide is played by Tshepang Mohlomi, the award-winning child star who was known as Chilli Bite in the film Izulu Lami.
Mastermind is one of the characters whose Contracts were not renewed in 2018, but in May 2021 he came back.
While the viewers were still enjoying him on their screens, he disappeared again after only appearing in three episodes.
At the time, Uzalo said they had brought him back him back to the soapie to help in the exiting storyline of MaNgcobo, played by Dawn Thandeka King.
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Another insider said Ntokozo was the one
actor who was always available when
"One would remember that in May, Uzalo
Was going to bring back old characters
including Mxolisi played (Nay Maps) and
Ayanda (Kay Sibiya). But only Mastermind
was available. The two actors were busy with other projects. He once again made himself available when he was asked to return," said the source.
According to the teasers ,Mastermind will start appearing on 3 January.Teasers also confirmed what was reported by Daily Sun - that the hilarious Babekazi, played by Duduzile Ngcobo, was returning. Ntokozo referred Daily Sun to Uzalo for comment.
Spokeswoman Nomfundo Zondi said viewers would be informed should there be any changes.
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