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    ‘The Good Men’: Baby-faced Tabile Tau’s age will surprise you!

    SABC1’s new telenovela The Good Men lead actor, Tabile Tau, has been making waves in the acting industry since he started acting two years ago.

    Despite being new in the industry, Tabile is always bagging roles as a high school pupil thanks to his “baby face”.


    Tabile plays the role of high school pupil Zola who will stop at nothing to get justice for himself, in SABC1’s Sunday night show The Good Men, which premiered on 4 September.

    According to Sowetan, Zola is “a 17-year-old and a math genius with a temper accused of murder in his matric year”.

    “On the other side is a brilliant ruthless, materialistic criminal lawyer Jama whose life takes a drastic turn when he takes on a pro-bono case. The lawyer is played by Pallance Dladla. 

    “An integral piece of the puzzle in the story is Gugu Mbuyaze, a young girl with a potentially bright future and a big heart. Gugu connected to Zola, a light force in his life, but also a sign of how society keeps turning a blind eye.

    “Gugu and Zola’s whirlwind romance is cut short by death, and a trial takes place to uncover hidden truths and expose the killer.”  

    Tabile Tau Good Men
    ‘The Good Men’ lead actor Tabile Tau. Image via Instagram @tabile_


    The Generations: The Legacy actor was born in 2000 which makes him 22 years old. He is from Cape Town where he attended Settler’s High School. He then went to study for a Bachelor of Arts in Live Performance and graduated at the age of 20.

    The young actor continues to soar in his acting career and this Sunday night drama promises to show just that!

    The Good Men airs on Sundays at 20:00 on SABC1.

    ALSO READ: Thabo Malema, Enhle Mbali and more stars join ‘Good Men’

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