Mazet ‘Siphesihle Ndaba’ was written off from Gomora. Recent reports suggest that Siphesihle Ndaba, who stars in Gomora, will not be staying for long as her contract has allegedly not been renewed. According to reliable sources from ZiMoja, the decision not to renew the arrangement of a particular actress was based on her character’s perceived lack of excitement. Zimoja has reported that Mazet will be departing Gomora sometime this month.
The reasons behind Mazets exit from Gomora revealed
While acknowledging her outstanding acting abilities, one source noted that a certain spark was missing from her performances that was needed for the show. Another source close to the scriptwriters suggested that the actress had lost her initial enthusiasm and energy, initially captivating the audience.
Despite attempts to alter her character’s appearance and add new storylines, nothing seemed to revitalize her performance, including being put in a romantic relationship. Ultimately, the producers felt they had exhausted all options and chose not to renew her contract.
According to an insider, there are many upcoming opportunities for the talented and dynamic actress from Soweto. Having previously worked in theatre and behind the scenes, the source revealed that the actress had been cast in numerous productions before her breakthrough role as Mazet on Gomora. The insider further disclosed that the actress would return to the theatre to pursue these opportunities.
The actress, known as Ceecee, has an impressive track record in theatre, having performed in various stage shows such as I Am An Emotional Creature by Eve Ensler under the direction of Coba Wilsenach, Race by David Mamet under the law of Tisetso Mashifane, The Witches by Roald Dahl under the direction of Coba Wilsenach, as well as Vuk’ ucave directed by Andrew Buckland.
Who is Mazet from Gomora?
South African actress Sphesihle Ndaba is youthful, beautiful, and talented. With her first television role on Mzansi Magic’s newest hit drama, Gomora, she has won the hearts of many viewers. She plays the part of Mazet in the melodrama. Since her days as an undergrad, she’s been performing on stage, and she even oversaw the production of Complexioned at the 2018 Grahamstown National Arts Festival.
She was born on August 4, 1997, in Soweto, Gauteng, and raised by her mother and grandmother. Sphesihle Ndaba’s grandparents were from South Africa’s Natal province, and she speaks both isiZulu and isiXhosa fluently.
She comes from a large family. Sphesihle is the only girl in her mother’s household of three children, the other two being sons. There are eight people in her father’s Sphesihle Ndaba family. The starlet was a student at the Oprah Winfrey Leadership Academy for Girls from the tenth grade to graduation.