Muvhango has made its mark as one of the longest-running shows in South Africa. The Word of Mouth Pictures production has been airing on Mzansi’s screens for more than two decades now since 1997. Veteran journalist Duma Ndlovu originally wrote the drama series, and he is the Executive Producer of the show. However, from its debut, it has hired and let go of numerous series producers, the current series producer Herbert Hadebe has left the show after being part of the show from 2020.
Herbert Hadebe joined the SABC 2 series in 2020 as the producer at Word of Mouth pictures. According to entertainment reporter Phil Mpela, the man has left the prestigious South African Show. According to the report made on Twitter, Herbert’s tenure ended last week, and he left the show.
Herbert Hadebe’s past work experience
Hadebe’s career started from humble beginnings, and he worked himself up to the top. In 1998 he joined Morula Pictures, where he worked his way up for three years and three months. He started out as a floor manager then was promoted to Art Department before working in Production. He was promoted to Trainee Director before leaving the production house in 2001.
All the series Herbert Hadebe has worked on
Soon after, he joined Urban Brew Studios, where he worked as a producer for two years, from 2002 to 2004. He was also working on Scandal for three years from 2005 to 2008 as a Director of the former etv drama series. After that, he was the Director of Rhythm City from 2008 to 2011, working under Curious Pictures. Hadebe was the creative director and series producer of iNkaba from 2011 to 2012.
Herbert has a lot of experience working behind the scenes of several Mzansi productions. From 2005 he worked in the entertainment industry as a creative director and a series producer. He worked on Urban Brew Studios for 11 years as a creative director. In 2020, he joined The Duma Ndlovu production as a series producer and has completed his tenure and left after two years.
People reactions to his exit
After it was reported that Herbert Hadebe had left the TV show, some fans were thrilled. One fan commented that they hoped he was the one who hired actresses based on beauty and not talent. Before, there was a scandal when social media users accused Muvhango of hiring women who are heavily endowed on the backside. This rumour started when the series hired Tebogo Thobejane, and before that, they had hired Buhle Samuels, who played Matshidiso.