A well renowned actor who has been busy entertaining and keeping Mzansi fans glued onto their TV sets for the past couple of years. Zolisa Xaluva is an actor who needs no introduction to the viewers of South Africa and his acting skills come as far back as the days of Generations. SABC 1's Generations we grew up knowing and loving, not Generations The Legacy. It had characters such as Karabo Moroka, Tau Moroka, Queen Moroka, Dineo Mashaba and many more. Zolisa Xaluva played the role of Jason Malinga, a very interesting character which many South African viewers might know.images cred : Facebook
The 39 year old has moved from acting on the screens of Tsha Tsha to acting on Mzansi Magic's most talked about soapie called Gomora. The New Brighton born and Johannesburg bred actor received many praises from Mzansi fans on his role on Gomora, as he portrayed the character of Melusi, a very strict father and head principal at Gomora High School. Many fans will also see him on the new series of Kings of Joburg. He has a lot to offer in terms of his acting skills and he has won an award for his brilliant acting skills for performing on a flim called Sew the Winter to My Skin.
Source : studentroom.com
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