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    ‘Gomora’ replaces head writer Chris Radebe with Chisanga Kabinga

    Gomora viewers are applauding the show for replacing its head writer Chris Q. Radebe with seasoned writer and producer Chisanga Kabinga who’s written for soapies such as Muvhango, The Estate, Generations, and many more.   

    This is after viewers took to social media to complain about season three’s storylines and the head writer Chris Q. Radebe.   

    ALSO READ:‘He’s turning it into Isibaya’: ‘Gomora’ viewers criticise writer Chris Radebe

    ‘GOMORAVIEWERS: ‘FINALLY, CHRIS RADEBE IS LEAVING’  

    Fans of the popular telenovela Gomora criticised the former Isibaya and Uzalo head writer Chris Q. Radebe for this season’s ‘confusing’ storylines and requested the show to replace him a few weeks ago.  

    Audiences feared their favourite telenovela would end us getting cancelled like Isibaya where Radebe was an actor and a writer. They also hoped the show wouldn’t get predictable like Uzalo.   

    #GomoraMzansi has advised Radebe to stick to writing short drama series’ such as Umkhokha after entertainment commentator Phil Mphela revealed that Radebe is working on a new series called Isfiso.  

    Viewers tweeted:   

    @ThandiHlongwan2:   

    “About time… I haven’t watched Gomora in over 2weeks or so. Since those hostel guys bantse bare Bo bolaya Molefe family, I just couldn’t any longer.”  

    @jolsjoloza:   

    “Look at what he did to Isibaya he killed that soapie he’s not a great writer I think he quickly loses the plot longer he has to write.”  

    ALSO READ:SOAPIE QUIZ: How well do you know ‘Gomora’? WIN R1 000 in cash!

    ALSO READ:Israel Matseke-Zulu on his tough upbringing in SA’s ‘real Gomora’ [watch]

    CHISANGA KABINGA’S BACKGROUND  

    Chisanga Kabinga is a UCT graduate who has written for soapies such as Muvhango, Generations, and Soul City according to soulcity.org.za.  

    She began her writing career in 2003 after graduating and has also worked as an online writer and content developer for Big Brother Africa.  

    Kabinga has also worked for shows such as Sweat and Chalk, Hard Copy, Ubizo, A Place Called Home, and many more.   

    According to imdb.com, The Estate writer has also written for shows such as:   

    2006: Tsha Tsha and Hillside   

    2010: Intersextions and 4play Sex Tips For Girls   

    2014: Kowethu  

    2016: Ashes to Ashes  

    2018: Diamond City 

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