‘Miseducation’ actress Bantu Petse as Mbali Hadebe. Images via Twitter @NetflixSA and Jabu_Macdonald

Actress Bantu Petse praised for ‘Miseducation’ role

‘Generations: The Legacy’ actress Bantu Petse is praised for her teenage role as Mbali Hadebe in Netflix’s ‘Miseducation’.


‘Miseducation’ actress Bantu Petse as Mbali Hadebe. Images via Twitter @NetflixSA and Jabu_Macdonald

Talented actress Bantu Petse, who is famously known for her role as Nontle Mogale in Generations: The Legacy has impressed Netflix fans with her latest Miseducation character.

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The rising star Bantu Petse who is renowned for her Generations: The Legacy character, leads the cast of the Netflix series, Miseducation as Mbali Hadebe

Petse showcases her talents as Mbali Hadebe, an It girl who moves to a small-town varsity campus after she’s cancelled on social media because of her political mother, reports Sowetan.

The talented Generations: The Legacy star has received standing ovation on social media by South Africans who reveal that she’s fun to watch on the series and seriously talented.

Entertainment commentator Jabu Mcdonald said: “Buntu Petse is perfect for this role. She’s actually fun to watch”.

While @BrianTupana tweeted: “Finally, a girl that can “act”.

The young adult series Miseducation, which premiered on Friday, 15 September on Netflix is produced by Burnt Onion, who are the creators of How to Ruin Christmas.

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Other South African actors who feature in Miseducation include actors such as Lunga Shabalala, Mpho Sebeng, Ebenhaezer Dibakwane, Luyanda Zwane, Prev Reddy, Sechaba Ramphele, Baby Cele, and many more.

The Cinemaholic reports that the series focuses on Petse’s teenage influencer role Mbali Hadebe, who gets canceled on social media after the truth about her mother’s corrupt political dealings come to light.

She heads to Makhanda in an attempt to reinvent herself and gets admission to Grahamstown University, where she goes all out to succeed in her reinvention.

Mbali features on the popular campus gossip show called The Spill by Raeesah and runs an SRC campaign and her squad, Jay and Natalie inspire her to get back to the top where she thinks she belongs.

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