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Ntando Duma Drops Isono: The Sin For The Queen Telenovela

Bongiwen 06/25/2020

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It has been confirmed that Ntando Duma, the actress, musician and presenter has joined The Queen telenovela on DSTV Mzansi Magic Channel 161. She is expected to make a debut on Season 5 which is expected to begin at the end of July.

Ntando believes and pinpoints that her casting in The Queen Telenovela is a dream come true.

"I've always wanted to be on The Queen and it was part of my 2020 vision board. It's a dream come true for me."

On The Queen she will play the role of Mpho Sebata the daughter of High Ranking Police Officer who is shady Hector Sebata(to be played by the veteran actor Rapulana Seiphemo). She will be the younger sister of Thando Sebata(to be played by Jessica Ayanda Nkosi who was known as Queen Qondisile Buthelezi-Ngubane on Isibaya).

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Ntando is said to begin with the shooting journey on The Queen as of July 2020.

"I'm very excited and looking forward to it. Rapulana is such an incredible actor and we grew up watching him on screen doing all these amazing characters that he has played... He's always been an inspiration and it's a big honour to be working with him," said Ntando Duma."

Ntando has dropped the upcoming daily drama Isono: The Sin for a much bigger role in The Queen Telenovela.

"... The Queen made more business sense for me than the other show. I will forever be grateful to Clive Morris [of Clive Morris Productions] for the opportunity... I'm glad that we parted ways on a peaceful note. I'm a lead on The Queen and the schedule is tight, it would not have worked." said Duma.

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Congratulations Ntando on landing a new television role. May you continue to shine and prosper by using one of your God given talents which is acting.

Source: opera.com
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