Mrekza is the main supporter of Limpopo’s first film and television studio

Mrekza is the main supporter of Limpopo’s first film and television studio

The support Generations’ Mrekza received from fellow industry mates is extremely heartwarming.

Mrekza is the main supporter of Limpopo's first film and television studio

The launch of his Wyza Media Studios was an enormous success and attending were a couple of SABC 1 actors. Generations: The Legacy actor Kope “Tswyza” Makgae has used his artistry to offer back to his community in Limpopo. He has started the province’s very first film and tv studios called Wyza Media Studios.

The launch was in Polokwane, November 20 and popular faces like Eric Machu, Clement Marsa, Junior Singo, Paballo Vundla, and Sphola were attending. The SABC 1 family from Generations: The Legacy and Skeem Saam showed up to support the actor and musician. There was also an outsized media presence and his fans couldn’t be any longer proud.

Thanking his supporters, the founder wrote, “WYZA media would really like to thank everybody who worked towards the success of the launch. We truly appreciate you.”

Speaking to Daily Sun at the time, the actor said he wants people in Limpopo to inform their own stories in their own language. He also added that stories within the province are in abundance however are told by people because the province doesn’t have the much-needed resources.

Kope currently plays the character Mrekza who is Lucy Diale’s (played by Manaka Ranaka), on-screen husband. albeit he has been acting for a couple of years now, Mrekza is his hottest role.

This passion project of his has been within the works for over 10 years now. He told the publication that albeit money wasn’t a drag for him, he needed sponsors and partners to assist catch on up and running.

“The aim of this project is to require Limpopo to a different level within the film and television spectrum. I’ve had this dream and have saved money for it. I had no sponsors or partners,” he said.

“This was a sacrifice I used to be willing to form and reaching my dream is amazing. for instance, we have the Kruger park and other people come and film documentaries here. they will hire equipment from us. They don’t get to bring their own.
Mrekza is the main supporter of Limpopo's first film and television studio
“I basically want to uplift Limpopo and teach them about the film and television industry, hence the varsity and now the studio. I would like to encourage people and teach them about my journey, give those that don’t have access to information help. I also want to point out folks that I haven’t forgotten about where I come from,” concluded the actor.

The hustler at the bottom is securing a future for his children, as this is often the second project he launched in 2020. In January he opened a movie and television academy called Wyze Media Academy in Limpopo January.

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