Former Uzalo actress Nompilo Maphumulo has sparked rumors that she may have joined the cast of Generations: The Legacy after sharing images of herself at Urban Brew Studios.
Fans of both Uzalo and Generations: The Legacy were quick to congratulate the talented actress on social media platforms.
Many fans speculated that Maphumulo has landed a role on the popular SABC1 soapie, with some even expressing their excitement at the prospect of seeing her on the show. This comes after the actress recently bid farewell to her role as Nosipho Xulu-Gwala on Uzalo after eight years.
Nompilo Maphumulo is a talented South African actress who rose to fame for her role as Nosipho Xulu-Gwala on the popular SABC1 soapie Uzalo. She is known for her exceptional acting skills and has become a fan favorite over the years. Maphumulo began her acting career in 2012 and has since made a name for herself in the South African entertainment industry.
Sources from the production of Uzalo informed Daily Sun in November 2022 that the actress, along with her on-screen husband Menzi Biyela, who played the role of Pastor Gwala, had left the show after being informed that their contracts would not be renewed. Maphumulo, who is considered to be a talented actress, had been with Uzalo since its debut on TV screens in 2015.
In her statement to Daily Sun in January 2023, Maphumulo revealed that she was grateful for her time on Uzalo and that it was time for her to move on. She also noted that she had learned a lot about acting and had worked with a wonderful crew during her time on the show.
It remains to be seen whether Maphumulo has indeed joined the cast of Generations: The Legacy, but fans are eagerly waiting for confirmation and are excited to see what the future holds for the talented actress.