Musa Ngema, a well-known actor who portrayed Mazwi Moroka on the South African television soap opera Generations: The Legacy, has been removed from the show. Contrary to some rumours, he is not deceased. Some reports suggest his dismissal was due to an alleged poor attitude while on set. And this article we will look into the details of his departure. And how factual the rumours may be. If at all.
Musa Ngema has been a member of the cast of the South African soap opera Generations: The Legacy since 2014. He joined the show after 16 cast members went on strike demanding better pay and contracts. After nine years of service, Ngema was dismissed without ceremony, and his character, Mazwi Moroka, was killed off.
According to claimed sources within the show suggest he was let go due to his poor attitude. Sources like Savannahnews claim that the rumors came from inside workers. However, when we did our research, we found no conclusive or reliable sources for such news. Musa has since commented on the allegations in a tweet, saying that he left the show for personal growth and that there was absolutely no bad blood between him and the show.
So, all rumours on him being deceased or fired are all false. Just click baiting. The actor wanted more growth, and felt that he had overstayed his time on Generations, after playing his role for over 9 years. Nearly a decade. One can agree, it was about time.
Saying Goodbye to Generations
The news of Ngema’s departure has elicited mixed reactions from fans, with many expressing disappointment and sadness. While the future of Moroka’s character remains uncertain, it is clear that Ngema’s time on the soap opera has come to an end.
In recent episodes of Generations: The Legacy, viewers witnessed the death of Mazwi Moroka. He was murdered by Abby while attempting to offer money for his kidnapped cousin, Paul Moroka, played by Rebaone Kgosimore. Moreover, Mazwi’s funeral was marked by the return of popular characters Karabo Moroka and Tau Mogale, portrayed by Connie Ferguson and Rapulana Seiphemo, respectively. We do wish him the best in his future endeavors.
Future Endeavors for Musa Ngema
As of now, Musa it is claimed that Musa will be working on his personal growth as a person and businessman. This according to a report by briefly.com. Moreover, Musa owns a clothing brand, he always advertises it on his Facebook page. So, when he’s off the screens, he will be mostly focusing on building that empire.