Bad News For etv Fans, See The List of Actors Who Might Loose Their Jobs And Why

Several prominent actors on South African television face potential job loss due to issues with their PAYE (Pay As You Earn) tax payments. The South African Revenue Service (SARS) has identified non-compliance among these actors, demanding immediate action and satisfactory explanations. If unresolved, these actors could lose their roles on popular e.tv shows. Here’s a closer look at the actors involved and their roles:

Lethabo Mekoa –Skeem Saam”

Lethabo Mekoa, a beloved figure in the long-running drama “Skeem Saam,” portrays the character of Kwaito Seakamela. Known for his compelling performance, Mekoa’s potential departure would leave a significant void in the show’s dynamic.

Thenjiwe – “Isitha”

Thenjiwe, a key character in the riveting series “Isitha,” brings depth and complexity to the storyline. The actress behind this role is under scrutiny, facing possible dismissal if the tax issue isn’t resolved swiftly.


Chuma – “Isitha”
Chuma, another significant character in “Isitha,” is portrayed by an actor known for his versatility and engaging presence. His potential exit alongside Thenjiwe could greatly impact the series, leaving fans worried about the show’s future direction.

Mampho – “House of Zwide”
Mampho, portrayed by an acclaimed actress in the popular soap opera “House of Zwide,” is central to the plot’s intrigue and drama. The actress’s potential exit could disrupt the show’s continuity and fan engagement.

Nonka – “Uzalo”
Nonka, a fan-favorite character on “Uzalo,” played by an actress renowned for her emotional range and relatability, is also on the list. Her departure would significantly impact the show’s narrative.

The actors argue that SARS should automatically deduct the tax payments from their bank accounts, a solution they believe would prevent such issues in the future. e.tv has acknowledged the situation, stating they are investigating the matter thoroughly before making any decisions.

This development has caused concern among fans and industry insiders alike, as the potential loss of these actors could alter the landscape of South African television. The outcome of e.tv’s investigation and the actors’ compliance with tax regulations will determine the future of these beloved characters and their storylines.

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