Scandal viewers are in for a treat this year, as the famous eTV series continues to bring in more great performers to join the ensemble.
New actors have joined Scandal as the show's production has been altered, while others have left.
Last month, the new Kubeka family arrived at the Scandal, and a scandal ensued, with everything turned upside down.
Former Rhythm City actor Tshiamo Molobi has joined e.Scandal!, TV's according to the Sunday world.
Phil Mphela, an entertainment pundit, spread the news on social media.
"Tshiamo Molobi, a former Rhythm City star and fresh addition to Rockville S5, has joined the e.tv multi-award winning soapie. Tebello's Molobi will Lebo.
Tshiamo is a brilliant young actor in South Africa's entertainment business.
He rose to prominence after portraying Lefa in Rhythm City, and he also appeared in Rockville Season 5 and The Queen.
The 18-year-old is no stranger to the entertainment world, having been in a few of films in 2014.
Scandal is already heating up, and there's no reason to miss any of the upcoming episodes.
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