"Angela Mogale" set to leave Generations: The Legacy

By Drum Digital
03 November 2015

Generations: The Legacy has released a statement that South African screen and stage actor Lebohang Mthunzi who currently plays Angela Mogale will be leaving the soapie.

Generations publicist Gaaratwe Mokhethi said that they’ve had the pleasure of witnessing Lebogang's growth, not only as an actress but an overall performer. “We wish her all the best with her future prospects and we trust she will flourish in her plans."

The show experienced a re-structure a year ago where actors got fired and new faces were introduced on the show.  According to the statement the show is at a point where it has a firm idea of where the storyline is heading and which characters to grow.

She joins a number of actors who have left the soapie. Among them is Asanda Foji, Denise Zimba, Mutodi Neshehe,Vuyo Dabula and also Kabelo Moalusi, who plays Mthunzi’s boyfriend Siya Radebe will also be leaving the show.

Mthunzi posted a picture on Instagram for her on-screen brother:

  Thank you for being you and for letting me be me. Thank you for letting me feel so much like myself when I’m with you. Thank you for not making me wear any masks or put on any fronts. Thank you sharing in my happiest moments, and for genuinely feeling the same; for listening to my saddest stories and radiating compassion and empathy. Thank you for being the most beautiful person, inside and out. Thank you for making the world a better place, just by being in it. Thank you for making colors a little brighter, sunshine a little warmer, and hugs a little better. Thank you for loving more fiercely than anyone I know. You are going to change the world. Thank you for the laughs, for the cries, and for everything in between. Thank you for all of the things you do, big and small. Thank you for always knowing what to say and for being one of life’s best teachers. Thank you for making fun of me when I deserve it, and for loving me when I don’t. Thank you for staying constant in a world full of change, and for keeping some normalcy in a world full of chaos. Thank you for making me laugh as hard as you did at "Miranda's" videos "she's mad about her uncle" lol Thank you for being a team player on and off screen. Thank you for setting the bar so high and making it impossible to find another friend as good as you. Thank you for making the one short year we have been friends feel like forever and for giving me enough memories to last a lifetime, but not ending there. Thank you for making me hurt when I miss you, but for taking the hurt away when I see you. Thank you for loving me. Thank you for the absolute privilege and honor of being able to call you my friend; thank you for being my person, my Dodz , Dawg, Dudie, Brother. WA kula ka hloohong! Jwiiing! Thank you for giving me these reasons, and a million more, to be thankful for. Love ? you Mr Jt Medupe A photo posted by Lebohang Mthunzi (@leigh_shadow) on

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