South African soapie aficionados, Muvhango watchers explicitly, could be seeing the VhaVenda soapie unequivocally in the accompanying season if the SABC has its heading.
Sunday World can exclusively reveal that the SABC mandarins have inspected the opportunity of canning the show and have given its makers, Word of Mouth Pictures, controlled by Duma Ndlovu, the last season to air if its assessments don’t improve.
The tricky treats, which will send a quake through the soapie organic framework, went to the front when the soapie heads granted them to the cast and gathering people after their lunch meeting seven days prior. “The cast people were told the soapie has been given one more season to air and, if the condition doesn’t improve, it will be canned,” said the source.
The charges, which have dove the cast and gathering into weakness amidst fears of losing their positions, were furthermore insisted by a senior SABC pioneer.
“The issue was discussed in one of the organization key social events, yet this soapie isn’t going wherever, at any rate not anytime sooner rather than later. The soapie is making some genuine money for the SABC and the assessments are incredible.
“This issue is essentially being pushed by certain SABC people who need to kick Duma Ndlovu out of the affiliation and bring their own kinfolk there. The political ramifications of this course of action have similarly never been idea of,” said the significant throat.
SABC delegate Mmoni Seapolelo could neither deny nor attest that the discussion to can the SABC2 soapie had happened.
“All SABC programs are presented to evaluation reliant on different components including swarm examinations, related costs and criticalness to the market. With this effect, the SABC is fulfilled to have denoted another understanding for Muvhango for another season.
“Our watchers can envision seeing their favored program on SABCS2,” she said.
If the soapie is canned, a couple of prominent performers, including Litebogo Molise, who plays Mulalo’s significant other, Maumela Mahuwa, who plays Susan, Gabriel Temudzani, who plays Vhafuwi and Dingaan Mokebe, who plays James Motsamai, will lose their positions.