Nompilo Maphumulo joins Generations The Legacy

Nompilo Maphumulo joins Generations The Legacy. Fans believe that Nompilo Maphumulo, a former actress on the well-liked South African television show Uzalo, has joined the Generations: The Legacy cast. After posting pictures of herself at Urban Brew Studios on social media, this rumor started to spread.

The outstanding actress has received praise from viewers of both Uzalo and Generations: The Legacy. She released pictures that appear to have been taken on the SABC1 soap show set.

@flodyfilms: “This is SABC, Auckland Park. All the best Dawg.”

This is after the star, who rose to fame after landing the role of Nosipho Xulu-Gwala in Uzalo bowed out of the show in April after eight years.

“Forget yourself and just deliver. As I bow today after 8 and a half years on @uzalo_sabc1 I would like to thank all of you guys for the support you have given me and the love you have shown for me and my craft. It’s been quite a journey, a beautiful one. Trended a number of times, cried, and laughed but most of all I enjoyed and embraced playing Nosipho. We are all going to miss her, especially me but rest assured Nompilo is not done yet. In fact, it’s only the beginning. Thank you @stainedglasstv1 @uzalo_sabc1 @gugu_zuma_ncube @thulibird @afrikanmovies,” she wrote.

Nompilo Maphumulo made her final performance on the South African television program Uzalo on Tuesday, April 4th, according to the entertainment news website ZAlebs. Along with her on-screen spouse Menzi Biyela, who played Pastor Gwala, the actress departed the show.