Last night’s episode of Gomora was an emotional one, just like the previous week were a scene between Teddy and Langa brought the two young actors a round of applause.Here’s the scene from Gomora that everyone is talking about
Following the discovery that Mrs Manzi raped Teddy – an emotional Melusi went to comfort Teddy and the two broke down and saw Mr Dlamini also open up about being a victim of rape in his childhood.
This earned the actor praise from the viewers. Check out some of the reactions below.
Born in New Brighton, Port Elizabeth, actor Zolisa Xaluva has established himself as one of Mzansi’s most-gifted television stars. His latest role as principal Melusi in Mzansi Magic’s hit telenovela Gomora has earned him praise from critics and television viewers.
Zolisa has been in the television and film industry for more than a decade. He first gained popularity on SABC 1’s iconic soap-drama Generations and went on to appear in many other TV shows including The Queen Mzansi where he played Diamond Mabuza.
Zolisa Xaluva👌🏾👌🏾👌🏾truly a fantastic actor…. His approach to the Principle character is a master class in acting 🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥#ImAFan What a wow 💯🙌🙌🙌🙌 The actor is me is standing in respect to the giant that is you Tata, yoh!!!!! @RealZolisa pic.twitter.com/JM1CUMHU5D
— Siphosethu A. Sihlangu (@Sihlangu_SA) December 18, 2020
— Manono⚘🌹 (@Manono85) December 19, 2020
Zolisa Xaluva deserves to be acknowledged and awarded for all the amazing work he has done on our TV screens before it’s too late bc yoh! That man can act! 😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭#GomoraMzanzi pic.twitter.com/grQyxO3Spk
— angisona isilima 🌞🦋 (@_reneiloe) December 18, 2020
— Thandiwe Zuma ❤💜👑🐘 (@Thandi_Zuma) December 18, 2020
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To show appreciation for his contribution to the industry, we look at some of his most memorable roles over the years”
Jason – Generations
He played advertising genius and lover to Senzo Dhlomo in Generations back in 2005. Xaluva received much acclaim for this role as it made other productions open to casting gay characters. This was one of the first, if no the first time, where a local TV production took the initiative to educate South Africans about the LGBTQ community.
Tsha Tsha – Lwazi
In 2006, he landed his first leading role as Lwazi Mboweni in the fourth season of Tsha Tsha. This earned him much acclaim and opened other doors for him.
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