Isibaya rumors about the collapse of his show

Isibaya rumors about the collapse of his show

Things are seemingly shaking again, at the Mzansi Magic’s headquarters together of the channel’s long-standing hit soapies Isibaya’s future, apparently hangs within the balance.

Isibaya rumors about the collapse of his show

If the newest report is anything to travel by, Isibaya could be a subsequent show on Mzansi Magic’s block. consistent with entertainment commentator Phil Mphela, sources informed him that if the soapie’s numbers don’t improve, the channel might consider pulling the plug thereon.

In a tweet, Phil reported, “Word is, the Mzansi Magic show’s fate is in limbo. Sources tell me that the show is on the brink and barring any change in fortunes it’ll be canceled. The show’s cancellation has been the murmur since early this year.”

Isibaya started airing in 2013 and it’s become a household name in Mzansi. The show won the hearts of the many with its intriguing witchcraft storyline, involving one among it’s most loved, but controversial characters Nkabinde played by Zakhele Msibi.

The show is centered around the Zungu and Ndlovu families who are rivalries within the notorious taxi industry. The families are forced to fix their relationship as their children Thandeka played by Nomzamo Mbatha and Sbu played by Sdumo Mtshali were during a relationship.

The show showcased new faces within the industry including Zakhele Mabasa, Mdu Gumede, Nomzamo Mbatha who is now based within the US, and Jessica Nkosi, who recently left the show after landing a task on The Queen Mzansi.

This is not the primary show on the channel to get on the verge of being canceled. one among its popular shows Isithembiso, was recently canned thanks to low viewership. one among Bomb Productions executives, Angus Gibson confirmed to Isolezwe that the show wasn’t getting to be renewed for a replacement season.
Isibaya rumors about the collapse of his show
“Yes, I can confirm that the present season won’t be renewed for further seasons. Viewers can expect memorable storytelling in these remaining six months.”

Mzansi Magic and therefore the SABC are chopping numerous shows recently thanks to not attracting tons of viewers.

Last year in November, rumors gained momentum that one among the general public broadcaster’s shows Uzalo was getting to be canceled after its contracts with the SABC ended and leaving people confused and a few during a slight mode of panic.

SABC’s acting spokesperson, Vuyo Mthembu, TshisaLIVE debunked the rumors.

“The SABC can confirm that there’s no truth to those rumors. Although the SABC isn’t at liberty to debate its contractual obligations with third parties, the organization can confirm that Uzalo will still be broadcast on SABC1,” he told the publication.