Jafta from Rhythm City: Where is he now?


Jafta from Rhythm City: Where is he now?

The drama series Rhythm City on e.tv made South African actor Sandile Dlamini famous for his role as Jafta.

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Rhythm City ran on television from 2007 until 2021. Given that it was one of the most popular drama shows in South Africa, many people felt shocked at the news of its cancelation.

Many were impressed by Sandile Dlamini’s unparalleled talent, and he was that famous actor that we all detest. He starred with some of the best actors in South Africa on Rhythm City.


He shared the screen with Mduduzi Mabaso, who is most recognized for playing Suffocate Ndlovu. But the star-studded cast of the drama series also included the late Jamie Bartlett and Mncedisi Shanangu.

However, Sandile Dlamini hasn’t starred in several drama series since the canning of Rhythm City, leaving many trying to connect the dots about his whereabouts. After the drama series, several actors were left jobless, with a few joining other productions.

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Sandile Dlamini joined the star-studded cast of The Black Door. He only appeared in season one of the drama series. In 2023, e.tv confirmed that The Black Door was going for a spin-off. The drama series was replaced by Isitha: The Enemy through a spin-off.

Since then, Dlamini has yet to star in another big-budget drama series. However, Sandale Dlamini has not been active on social media. He last posted on X, formerly Twitter, in 2019.

Sandile Dlamini started acting in the 90s and has starred in several theatre productions, including A Long Way To Go. The seasoned starred as Jobe in the theatre play. With a career spanning decades, he has starred in several small-screen productions, including the CCV sitcom Going Up.However he is best known for his on-screen character of Jafta on Rhythm City.


Alaa Hamdy

Professional entertainment content writer in Hanover, South Africa. I know all the secrets of celebrities

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