SABC2: actor Siya Sepotokele joins Muvhango

 SABC2: actor Siya Sepotokele joins Muvhango

 SABC2: actor Siya Sepotokele joins Muvhango 1

Multi-capable entertainer, Siya Sepotokele will join the gifted cast of day by day SABC2 soapie Muvhango.Sepotokele will enter the show on Tuesday, July 28 as Dr Sechaba, an immediate, candid and merciful individual, who is promptly stricken with Imani Nkosi (Zonke Mchunu) when they meet.

Dr Sechaba’s story handles perhaps the greatest test a few people experience in life-malignant growth. He’s an oncologist who experienced malignant growth himself.

Watchers are first acquainted with him when Gugu (Bukamina Cebekhulu) and Imani discover that MaMbatha (Duduzile Ngcobo) has disease.

They alternate taking her for her registration and chemotherapy, which is when Imani meets him.

Siya Sepotokele

They click in a split second however Imani can’t comprehend why he’s sincerely inaccessible from the start, until he uncovers reality with regards to his condition.

 SABC2: actor Siya Sepotokele joins Muvhango 2

As we incline toward the story we discover that four years prior Dr Sechaba was determined to have stage 4 pancreatic malignancy.

He experienced exceptional treatment to beat it. He’s been abating for a long time at this point, with a conviction that life is too short to even think about playing around.

Imani is stressed over giving her heart to somebody she may lose, however chooses to put it all on the line and seek after a relationship with him. A hurricane sentiment follows.

The “Muvhango” authors depict him as kind, thinking and energetic about his activity – such a specialist who offers 110% to everybody and who causes everybody to feel unique.

Sepotokele is notable for his job as Lehasa on SABC2’s “Keeping track of who’s winning”. He has likewise acted in “The River”, “Impilo”, “The Republic” and “Single Galz”.

Will Imani’s nearly overlooked sex tape come back to frequent her and will Dr Sechaba make’s Imani extremely upset for reasons that don’t include cheating?

SOURCE: NEWS365