Reports: Muvhango may be canceled.

Reports: Muvhango may be canceled.

Reports: Muvhango may be canceled.

Everyone’s alleged favorite Sunday newspaper led with the story that SABC 2’s most watch show, “Muvhango,” could be on the thanks to closing its doors permanently if things don’t change fast

For the past five years the national broadcaster, South African Broadcaster (SABC) has been wielding its chopping powers by axing a number of our favorite nostalgic shows. First, it had been John and Malena on “Days of our Lives,” then it had been no Brooke and Ridge love triangle on “The Bold and therefore the Beautiful.” But things started getting really sad when the axe was directed to a number of our favorite nostalgic local content.


First we lost “the better of the great life” and our weekly dose of “good evening and God bless,” when “Top Billing” was axed. What followed after the ending of the favored magazine show was the announcement that Horizon Deep would be no more, as SABC 3 announced the top of “Isidingo: the necessity .” All of the aforementioned shows were axed thanks to a substantial drop by viewership numbers.

Muvhango cast and crew

But now there’s the suggestion that SABC 2’s Muvhango is additionally on the thanks to bidding farewell. it’s alleged that for the past five years the foremost watched TV program in SABC 2 has been struggling to rekindle its glory days of high viewership numbers. meaning that for the past five years, the soapie has been attempting to recapture its 15 years at being at the highest because the leading program on SABC 2.

The decline is set to have started when acclaimed television writer, Phathu Makwarela left the soapie as Head Writer, and landed on Mzansi Magic’s “The Queen.” Phathu is clearly the name with the midas touch considering how when he is dedicated to a show it trends and captures the attention of television lovers. But when he leaves for greener pastures like “The River,” where he left starts to wilt.

But the departure of Phathu was not the only devastating blow that Muhango experienced. The departure and unclear death or something of the beloved character, Thandaza, played by Sindi Dlathu ended an era for the soapie. While Sindi and Phathu might be winning with “The River,” it seems that those they left behind might be in some trouble.