Slee Ndlovu and Nonhle Jali on set of ‘Uzalo’. Image via Twitter @Jabu_Mcdonald

‘RHOD’ star Slee Ndlovu joins Nonhle Jali, Vuyo Dabula on ‘Uzalo’

‘Real Housewives of Durban’ (RHOD) star Slee Ndlovu has secured a role in ‘Uzalo’ alongside Vuyo Dabula and Nonhle Jali.


Slee Ndlovu and Nonhle Jali on set of ‘Uzalo’. Image via Twitter @Jabu_Mcdonald

Reality TV stars Nonhle Jali, Slee Ndlovu and former Generations: The Legacy actor Vuyo Dabula are the new faces of Mzansi’s most-watched soapie Uzalo.

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IOL reports that the RHOD star Slee Ndlovu portrays the character of Xoliswa, while Nonhle Jali plays Thandiswa and Vuyo Dabula plays the role of Bentley Majozi.

The publication indicates that Jail and Ndlovu’s characters are a matchmade in KwaMashu and business soulmates as they are both driven and will stop at nothing to maintain their dominance in the world of business.

The pair will captivate Uzalo viewers with their unapologetic determinations, while Dabula’s latest character will keep viewers on the edge of their seats.

News of the trio joining the Durban-based soapie come after Stained Glass TV confirmed the departures of fan-favourite characters Sibonelo and Wizard played by Wiseman Mncube and Nkanyiso Mnchunu.

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SABC1’s soapie Uzalo, which remains South Africa’s most-watched TV show with over 5 million viewers has reportedly been renewed for another season.

The TV show which is currently in its nineth season stars former The Queen star Sibusisiwe Jili, The Wife star Lindah Majola, Isibaya star Thembi Nyandeni, Masoja Msiza and many more.

The Broadcasting Research Council of South Africa (BRCSA) August 2023 figures reveal that the Durban-based soapie, Uzalo scored over 5 million viewers, while Skeem Saam secured second position with over 4 million viewers.

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