Zamani Mbatha: Today I part ways with Pule Ndlovu shot my last scenes

Zamani Mbatha: Today I part ways with Pule Ndlovu shot my last scenes

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Actor Zamani Mbatha has bid a farewell to his character on e.tv’s popular soapie Rhythm City. He played Pule Ndlovu on the show. He said he shot his previous scenes yesterday.

Breaking the news on his Instagram, Zamani posted his picture at Sasani Studios, he sends tributes to the assembly and his former colleagues.

He wrote: “Today I part ways with Pule Ndlovu(shot my last scenes) I enjoyed every single second with him, in him I found nothing but growth and more range…To my entire @officialrhythmcity family, thank you,ngiyabonga kakhulu,ang’naw’ anele.”

Reacting to the news of his departure @itss.thandiwe responded: “I guess during a few months I’ll part ways with Rhythm City too, cause altogether honesty I watched it for you. Love your craft, Zamani.”

Zamani joined Rhythm City late last year playing the character of Suffocate Ndlovu’s adoptive son Pule Ndlovu.

According to the statement released then, Pule’s return was meant to “spark a nostalgic chord with many of the show’s fans as they take a visit down memory lane, settling back to 2010. That marked the year when “Pule” (then not played by Mbatha) disappeared from the screens and headed to KZN, where he ultimately received school education.”
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The show are going to be coming to an end this July. Last year e.tv announced that Rhythm City was canceled after 13 years on the air.

e.tv statement explained: “Rhythm City has been a compelling offering that has captivated e.tv viewers for over a decade. it’s taken many South Africans on the journey of authentic storytelling while simultaneously launching the careers of the many unknown faces and a few now famously talented musicians,

“E.tv continues to seem forward to fulfilling its mandate of manufacturing exceptional and relevant local content, and therefore the production has successfully achieved its a part of the requirement throughout the past 13 years. Rhythm City has secured its place in e.tv’s history books, and a legacy mark has been made. we would like to increase our gratitude to the whole production staff, crew, and cast for his or her incomparable craft,” said director Marlon Davids.

 

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Reacting to the news of the soapies’ canning, Zamani said he was sad that the show is coming to an end.

“I am sad and heartbroken about it. However, i will be able to not carry it with me the entire high until the top . So, I even have decided that i’m getting to make the foremost of the last months I even have on the show, performing even 10 times better than now. once I started, I didn’t know that this is often where i will be able to find yourself . I went from not knowing what acting was, to being an actor and ekugcineni ngigcine sengisebenza nabantu engikhule ngibukela kubo [in the top I ended up working with people I grew up looking up to. and therefore the most beautiful part about Rhythm City is that they’re very welcoming, there are sort of a family…”

Zamani Mbatha recently scored himself a number one role on a fresh telenovela titled Isiphindiselo. He are going to be starring alongside the likes of Warren Masemola