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Sindi Dlathu returns to Muvhango?

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Sindi Dlathu returns to Muvhango?

Sindi Dlathu, who was part of Muvhango for 20 years, may make a comeback to the show shortly. According to sources close to the production, negotiations are currently underway for Sindi Dlathu to reprise her iconic role as Thandaza on Muvhango. Fans of the show are eagerly awaiting further updates on this exciting development.

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Sindi Dlathu, who portrayed Thandaza on Muvhango, might make a comeback on our TV screens. She said goodbye to the SABC 2 soap opera in 2017, having been part of the show for twenty years.According to recent reports, fans of Muvhango may soon see the beloved character of Thandaza back in the storyline.

“I’ve decided to give the Thandaza character a break in order for me to grow as an artist, venture out to explore new opportunities, and discover what I can do as an actress and as a human being,” Sindi said in a statement announcing her decision to leave the drama series.

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The show creators opted not to eliminate the character, choosing instead to leave the possibility of a comeback open. Move! magazine suggests that this return may be imminent.”There is a chance she will make a comeback.” “Muvhango associate producer Morishe Matlejoane says Sindi’s departure isn’t necessarily permanent, as they’ve just frozen her character,” according to the publication.

There’s no official word on whether she will, in fact, return to Muvhango. Watch this space!But it seems like she might return to her beloved job of 20 years. In 2017, Sindi Dlathu shocked Muvhango fans when she confirmed that she was leaving the show after acting in it for two full decades.Her role as Thandaza was loved by many, and when the news broke that she was separating herself from the production, viewers did not take it easy.

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Sindi further admitted that leaving Muvhango was a difficult decision. “I prayed about it and slept poorly.” Muvhango was my home for the past 20 years. But it wasn’t only my decision to go; I believed it was God’s timing.” She previously told Drum magazine

However, her return might be difficult because recently Muvhango was accused of not paying its actors, according to Zimoja.Sources close to the production say that contracts are due to be signed in April which is the end of the financial year, but there are still no talks and negotiations between the producers with the actors.

An actor who spoke to ZiMoja on condition of anonymity said it is hard to plan their lives especially around this time of the year when one works for Muvhango. “We are concerned. Month end is slowly approaching and no one is saying anything to us. We don’t know whether we should start looking for jobs elsewhere or if we must just wait and hope our contracts get renewed,” the actor said.

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Alaa Hamdy

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