MAN OF MANY TAL­ENTS

It’s over be­tween Gadaffi and Tshidi… on pa­per any­way.

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Hi tv­plus team. I was won­der­ing if you guys can help with some info on the guy who plays Fana on Gen­er­a­tions – The Legacy? – TSHA­BAL­ALA MELOKUHLE CMPHIDATIOUS, VIA FACE­BOOK Sure! Fana is played by Mn­qobi Duma, who’s not just an ac­tor – he’s a mu­si­cian, poet, com­poser, writer and pro­ducer too. In 2013, he re­leased his first album, ti­tled Ingqay­izivele. Mn­qobi came to Joburg from KZN in 2003 to pur­sue act­ing and got his first TV gig as a pre­sen­ter on kid’s show Craz- e (1998- cur­rent) the fol­low­ing year. In 2007, he starred in a short film called Joburg. He’s cur­rently study­ing towards his Bach­e­lor Of Arts in Mu­sic And Drama. NB!

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A sneaky Tshidi (Le­toya Makhene) has no idea that her fam­ily’s No. 1 en­emy is onto her and her gang’s plan to de­stroy him. She goes out of her way to prove her loy­alty to crimelord Jack Mabaso (Vusi Kunene), com­pletely obliv­i­ous to the fact that he al­ready knows that she’s out to get him. On Thurs­day 21 July, Tshidi goes to ex­treme mea­sures to con­vince Jack that she’s no longer with her bad-guy hus­band Gadaffi (Vuyo Dab­ula) and there­fore isn’t in­volved in what­ever plan ex­ists to de­throne Jack as the head of the un­der­world. “They need things to look as real as pos­si­ble,” says Le­toya. But not only is an amused Jack sit­ting back and watch­ing this cha­rade go­ing on, he’s plot­ting a re­venge plan that will prove that no one can out­smart mas­ter­mind Jack at be­ing bad!

BE­HIND THE MASK

On Fri­day 22 July, things get tense be­tween Tshidi and her hubby as the “divorce” pro­gresses. “He’s not happy, but he sent her to spy on Jack and she even had to sleep with Jack for the sake of the plan, so Tshidi keeps re­mind­ing him of the fact,” says Le­toya. “Get­ting di­vorced for real is the best way that they can play the game. But it’s a messy split be­cause of all their as­sets that need to be di­vided.” Mean­while, a deal is be­ing struck on that same day when Jack gets Gadaffi’s right­hand man Cosmo (Ron­nie Nyakale) to spill some se­crets on his boss. Cosmo wor­ships Jack, but we get to find out where Cosmo’s loy­al­ties re­ally lie when the price is right…

MARK OF EVIL

Mean­while, Tshidi is alarmed when she picks up her son Amo (No­luthando Nx­u­malo) from day­care and dis­cov­ers bruises on his arm. Lit­tle does she know that Jack has a lot to do with the in­jury caused to the baby that she and her hubby ac­tu­ally stole from her brother Tau (Ra­pu­lana Seiphemo) and his wife Karabo (Connie Fer­gu­son) as part of a dif­fer­ent re­venge plan last year. “She is wor­ried but she doesn’t sus­pect Jack at all,” ex­plains Le­toya. “Ac­cord­ing to her, he’s none the wiser about her role in the plot against him and would do noth­ing to harm her or her baby.” But Tshidi couldn’t be more wrong!

YOU’VE GOT MAIL

Jack’s in full re­venge mode him­self on Wed­nes­day 27 July when his plan pays off and the next day, on Thurs­day 28 July, his scheme is put in mo­tion when a mys­te­ri­ous pack­age is de­liv­ered to a cer­tain ad­dress. “Jack is like, ‘I’m ac­tu­ally go­ing to de­stroy this fam­ily’,” says Le­toya. “Tshidi has no idea that he’s be­hind the con­se­quences that are about to oc­cur!”

The Phakade cou­ple are go­ing the ex­tra mile to make their plan seem real.

There’s no fool­ing Jack.

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