Zoe Mthiyane’s contract has not been renewed on the soapie. Generations: The Legacy

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Zoe Mthiyane’s contract has not been renewed on the soapie. Generations: The Legacy

Zoe Mthiyane
Actress Zoe Mthiyane’s personal life and career have been within the spotlight for the past month for all the incorrect reasons.

It has also been confirmed that the actress’s contract has not been renewed on the soapie.

Her departure from Generations: The Legacy has been confirmed and including the ending of her relationship with former co-star Rapulana Seiphemo. News of the break-up came after Mthiyane confirmed that she ended the connection during a City Press report.
Zoe Mthiyane
There are media reports that the ending of the connection has taken a toll on her together with her career suffering within the process. chatting with The Citizen, Generations publicist Nandipha Phansi confirmed that the actress’ contract has not been renewed but wouldn’t delve into the allegations that the actress was fired or that her behavior was the rationale for her departure.

Media reports claimed that Mthiyane was abusing alcohol and was suspended from work after arriving on set intoxicated. Phansi said: “I am not conscious of these allegations on our side and that they aren’t true.” She added that the actress character Zitha won’t be recast.
Zoe Mthiyane
Mthiyane and Seiphemo’s hack also came as a surprise. The couple has been together since 2017. Seiphemo now stars within the Queen on Mzansi Magic. The couple has kept their relationship largely private, with only a couple of sightings of them within the past.

She has previously shared troubles with former partners, sports broadcaster Robert Marawa. In 2015 she released a letter claiming that Marawa was an absent father to their son.

Mthiyane said within the letter: “I have attempted, on numerous occasions to involve you in your son’s life, before I left South Africa and through my stay in Australia. I even have sent pictures, videos, called and emailed you, my son never heard from you.”

–The Citizen