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  • Actor Zolisa Xaluva joins ‘Kings of Queenstown’ after ‘Gomora’ exit

    Actor Zolisa Xaluva joins ‘Kings of Queenstown’ after ‘Gomora’ exit

    Fan-favourite actor Zolisa Xaluva, who played the role of Melusi Dlamini in Gomora has scored a role in Netflix’s upcoming series Kings Of Queenstown.   

    Viewers of the telenovela took to social media to congratulate him after entertainment commentator Phil Mphela announced his latest role.   

    ALSO READ:‘This is why Melusi left’: ‘Gomora’ fans are unimpressed with season 3


    The actor Zolisa Xaluva who’s joined Netflix’s Kings of Queenstown revealed in an interview with Sowetan that writing mistakes were made with his Gomora role as Melusi Dlamini.   

    Though it is unclear what role he’ll play in the Netflix series fans of the multilingual actor are thrilled to see him in his next role.  

    Melusi left Gomora after he got sentenced to prison for the killing of Thati’s husband Phumulani (Buyile Mdladla) who also exited the show.   

    Viewers predict that The River actor Fezile Makhanya who’s joined the show as the new principal of Gomora Highschool will replace him and date his ex-wife Gladys played by Thembi Seete.  

    Other actors that will join him include Isibaya actress and fashion designer Ehle Mbali, The Queen actress Khanya Mkangisa, Scandal! Actor Sandile Mahlangu and many more.  

    ALSO READ:‘Gomora’ April Spoilers: Thati kills again & Gladys divorces Melusi



    “She might be good. Zolisa is Xhosa but once nailed a Setswana character to the t.”  


    “They must take these lame dramas zabo bazise pha Durban ziyokoneza uzalo bazisuse apha,.”

    “It’s so annoying to watch a so called Xhosa drama as a Xhosa and actors couldn’t pronounce isiXhosa ngendlela yaso.”  .


    “Looking forward to seeing them Xhosa Queens and Kings.” 


    “That’s a bad title cause we already have Kings of Joburg that must-have season two for sure.”  


    “This format of South African Netflix films is starting to become repetitive.”  


    “Because uZolisa will probably speak IsiXhosa esikrwada, I’m looking forward to it.” 


    “uEntle Mbali is she not Zulu na guyz? Mxm baqalile.”

    ALSO READ:‘Writing mistakes were made’: Zolisa Xaluva on his ‘Gomora’ exit

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