Zone 14 Fan Favorites Thulani Didi and Kere Nyawo Join e.tv’s ‘Isitha: The Enemy’
Former Zone 14 actors Thulani Didi and Kere Nyawo, celebrated for their roles as Popeye and Spinach, are set to grace television screens once again, having secured roles in e.tv’s highly anticipated drama, ‘Isitha: The Enemy.’
New Roles Unveiled: Stivovo and Bulelani Sokhulu
In an exciting development confirmed by Sunday World, Thulani Didi, known for portraying Spinach in Zone 14, will now take on the character of Stivovo in ‘Isitha:
The Enemy.’ Kere Nyawo, recognized for his role as Popeye, will embody the character of Bulelani Sokhulu.
Becky Casting Agency shared the news, expressing their congratulations and emphasizing their commitment to representing legends in the entertainment industry.
Senzo Radebe Joins the Cast as Solomzi Gumede
TVSA reports another notable addition to the ‘Isitha: The Enemy’ ensemble—Shaka Ilembe actor Senzo Radebe.
Radebe takes on the role of Solomzi Gumede, Bra Solly’s son, bringing an intriguing storyline to the drama.
Solomzi Gumede’s character finds himself romantically entangled with Nandi, unknowingly the wife of his brother Khaya, portrayed by Zamani Mbatha.
As the plot unfolds, viewers will witness the complexities of family dynamics and forbidden love.
Compelling Plot Twists for Senzo Radebe’s Character
Solomzi Gumede, played by Senzo Radebe, is set to experience a rollercoaster of emotions as he discovers the shocking revelation that his supposedly deceased mother is, in fact, alive.
The character is poised to lead a double life, navigating the realms of both criminality and religiosity. The narrative promises suspense, drama, and the exploration of Solomzi’s dual identities.
Excitement Builds for ‘Isitha: The Enemy’ with Stellar Cast Additions
With the inclusion of Thulani Didi, Kere Nyawo, and Senzo Radebe, ‘Isitha: The Enemy’ continues to build anticipation, captivating audiences with its star-studded ensemble and promising plotlines.
As these seasoned actors bring their talent and charisma to the screen, viewers can expect a riveting television experience that pays homage to the rich legacy of South African entertainment.Share on Facebook «||» Share on Twitter «||» Share on Reddit «||» Share on LinkedIn