Wednesday, August 5, 2015

Fourth actor exists SABC1's Generations The Legacy just months after the troubled Mfundi Vundla soap's reset.

A fourth actor is exiting the reset Generations The Legacy on SABC1, with Vuyo Dabula who is out just months after the show restarted with new actors when creator Mfundi Vundla fired the entire principal cast of 16 actors late last year.

Vuyo Dabula is the fourth abrupt departure from Generations The Legacy which lost its ratings dominance the past seven months.

Asanda Foji and Mary Gumede left the show a month ago. A blindsided Asanda Foji was fired and didn't even know about it, Mary Gumede couldn't come to terms and wanted out of her contract and Denise Zimba was fired from Generations The Legacy as well.

Now Vuyo Dabula who portrayed Gadaffi is also out, with the actor who also couldn't come to terms with the producers no longer prepared to stay with the weekday soap any longer since negotiations didn't work out.

The soap says "Vuyo will no longer be part of Generations The Legacy" in a statement.

"The actor requested to be released from his contract as he has other projects he would like to explore," says Gaaratwe Mokhethi, Generations The Legacy publicist in a statement.

"I think now is the right time to move on and do other things with the exposure the show has given to me," says Vuyo Dabula in the statement.

"Generations the Legacy has allowed me to take my acting craft to newer and better levels and I plan to take that into future characters I’ll be portraying."