The Queen may be well into their fifth season, with several new additions to the existing stellar cast, but as far as fans on Twitter are concerned, the whole thing is held together by Malume Brutus and Ses’ Pat!
Mzanzi’s fave TV uncle, Brutus (played by Themba Ndaba) and Petronella (played by Thembsie Matu) are firm favourites on the popular telenovela and Wednesday night’s episode reminded viewers just why they adore the pair.
Brutus, who is always in his element when he’s next to his favourite mchana Shaka, did the things that made the viewers love him even more when he started giving his advice about girls. As always, it was bad advice but the way he said was a mood and tweeps were there for every minute of it.
Kinda like that time Brutus was hyping up Shaka after the break up with Mmabatho … remember?
Meanwhile, Petronella has been serving the viewers with gem after gem as she puts the Sebata daughters in their places. Just the other day, she had to remind them to pick up after themselves because while she may be employed by their father, she’s a house executive not their maid.
She’s such a mood and there’s just no denying her talent.
Uzalo Salaries vs Generations The Legacy Salaries – Generations The Legacy and Uzalo are among two of the most-watched soapies in South Africa.
Just how much do the actors at Generations: The Legacy earn compared to Uzalo actors?
Generations The Legacy
Vusi Kunene is the highest-paid actor on the set of Generations The Legacy. He’s been in the industry for more than 25 years and takes home between R70, 000 to R150, 000 per month, followed by Tau Mogale played by Rapulana Seiphemo, whose take-home is between R60, 000 and R120, 000 per month.Amongst other seasoned actors are the likes of Manaka Ranaka who plays Lucy Diale, Latoya Makhene who plays Tshidi Moroka, and Vuyo Dabula who plays Kumkani Phakade earn between R40, 000 to R70, 000.
Musa Ngema who plays the role of Mazwi Moroka earns between R35,000 to R40,000 per month. Moopi Mothibeli who played Smanga Moroka earned more and had a take-home of R37,000 to R45,000 per month. Kope Makgae acts the role of Mrekza Makhafola earns between R25,000 to R30,000 per month
BET Africa has attempted to rectify the Toll A$$ Mo saga that took place a few weeks ago, by promoting their all-female line-up. In a promotional post from the channel on Wednesday, 9 September 2020, some of the guests who will feature on season four of the show were announced.
Behind The Story’s host, Pearl Thusi, had come under fire in late August 2020, after she was accused of supporting alleged rapist, Toll A$$ Mo. The presenter had informed viewers that the former comedian would be appearing as one her first guests, and asked them to submit questions for her to ask him.
Tweeps immediately began lambasting the show for giving Toll A$$ Mo a platform for self-promotion, despite being accusing of sexually assaulting model and actress, Lerato Moloi. Many called out BET Africa for their clear misdemeanour and also question them on if they had tackled the subject matter, or if they were merely talk about the ex-comedian’s marriage and career.
Following the social media uproar, BET Africa made things worse by “acknowledging” the allegations levelled against Toll Ass Mo, and suggested that they would air the episode, and wanted to give Lerato (the alleged sexual assault survivor) an opportunity to respond on the same platform.
These included Shauwn Mkhize, Khanyi Mbau, Moonchild Sanelly, Rami Chuene and Nthati Moshesh. The post also stated that a longer list of leading ladies is still to come, indicating that the new season will comprise an all-female line-up.
Mzansi’s most loved auditioner at South African Idols Vhudie has announced exciting news concerning his music career.
Vhudie stole the hearts of Idols SA judges as well as the viewers when he performed his song ‘My Yoki Yoki’ during the auditions.Despite being the favourite he was eliminated from Idols SA but he promised viewers that he was going to be releasing his song, ‘My Yoki Yoki’.
He took to his Twitter page to announce that he was releasing his single tomorrow.
He wrote,” My Yoki Yoki’ is coming out tomorrow 11 September 2020, South Africa help spread the worddols announced the elimination of Vhudi on their Twitter account saying that people will not be hearing anymore from him on idols.
Many fans were heartbroken to this news and wished the singer well in his other future plans outside of idols.
Some fans said that Vhudi could be more successful than whosoever was going to win Idols like how Amanda Black did.
Vhudi drops My Yoki Yoki single
Limpopo native Vhudi, has dropped his hit single titled My Yoki Yoki. The musician became an instant hit when he made his appearance on Mzansi’s hit singing competition SA Idols.
Vhudi gave the judges a stellar performance during his audition, singing his very own own song My Yoki Yoki, which ultimately won the hearts of many. Somizi Mhlongo, Unathi Nkayi, Randall Abrahams and Buhle Mda could not stop singing along him.
Vhudi gave the judges and avid watchers of the show goosebumps and his appearance on the show trended on Twitter, with many hyping high praises on his performance.
Speaking to Sowetan recently, the 20-year-old explained the meaning of the track.“I was trying to impress someone when I wrote the song,” he told the publication.“I didn’t get the girl, but she was very excited about the song. Yes, My Yoki Yoki is shortened from ‘My Yonkinto’. It just came up as I was writing the song.
Vhudi finally released the song at midnight, and his fans are on cloud nine. The singer was recently eliminated from the singing competition and his fans were left disappointed but this did not discourage him at all.What an incredible journey I’ve had on @idolssa. Thank you to everyone who started supporting me from my first audition. I appreciate you all! Great news: I will be releasing #MyYokiYoki soon! We will announce release date this week!”
Vhudi’s appearance on the show was a huge milestone as he got to record his song in studio “What a beautiful day recording my upcoming single #MyYokiYoki. This was my first time in studio. Thank you Jesus & everyone who’s working on this with me,” he captioned his post.
The singer recently got a shout out from Nigerian superstar Davido requesting him to DM him and Black Coffee also wanted to work with him.