Sello Maake KaNcube joins ‘Skeem Saam’ show as Ntate Kganyago

The illustrious actor Sello Maake KaNcube will be playing the role of Ntate Kganyago in the new season of the educational soap opera Skeem Saam.

According to the teasers that were released by TVSA in the month of October, the character of KaNcube could end up becoming Jacobeth Thobakgale’s new love interest after her previous relationship with Elizabeth’s father ended in failure.





According to Drum Magazine, the well-liked actor Sello Maake KaNcube will make his debut in the role of Ntate Kganyago in the upcoming episode of Skeem Saam on Tuesday, October 11th. According to the publication, he will defend Elizabeth Thobakgale, who is the daughter of Jacobeth, against Luc, who is a con artist.

Maake KaNcube encourages people to tune in, but he doesn’t spill the beans about what’s going to transpire with his character on the show.

Every character in every show is unique to that particular program. You are putting yourself in new situations in order to investigate the repercussions of adopting a new character, and you are doing so with courage. It is a depiction of a human situation that is different from the one you performed in the prior act, and that is always thrilling to see on stage. “And I am grateful to be able to continue getting work,” he continues.

“It is very evident to me that everything that is transpiring in my professional life is a direct result of the love I have for my work. I began my career as an actress when I was 16 years old, and here I am, 63 years later, feeling nothing but gratitude for all that has come my way.

Skeem Saam is a popular soap opera in the country, and it’s especially well-known for the lessons it teaches. Writers continue to receive high marks because they consistently deliver fantastic works that thrill their readers. With over a million viewers each week, it is a top contender for the title of most popular soap opera in the United States. It’s clear they’re doing fantastic job, as seen by the widespread acclaim they’ve received. It features excellent performers who effectively depict their roles. The writers received high marks for their portrayal of workplace bullying in their narrative.

Bullying at work has caused the loss of employment for many people. Working in an unhealthy atmosphere is one of the most unpleasant things that may happen to you at work. People were upbeat because they knew the plot would have a positive effect on millions of Americans. While many people were captivated by Kat and Candice’s narrative the first time around, it appears that audience members are not as impressed this time. Fans have spoken out, saying the show is dragging its feet for far too long and that they are furious with the authors for failing to do Kat due.

According to the audience, the writers seem intent on perpetuating the stereotype that white people will always be at the top. There have been complaints that the actors are not properly celebrating black achievement. Additionally, they are upset about the direction the story of Khwezi, Pretty, and Lehasa has taken. There have been calls for Khwezi’s ouster for a long time, but so far, nothing has been done. In response, many viewers have abandoned the program altogether.

Mogau, who plays Mapitsi, has been fired, and Innocent Sadiki, who plays Sthoko, has also been summoned in. If the cast doesn’t accomplish this, they can say goodbye to their longtime viewers. For the sake of the audience, it is their responsibility to always deliver a positive experience.

Elizabeth Thobakgale