July 13, 2024

Hope ‘Baleka’ Mbhele Bids Farewell To Shaka iLembe

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Baleka stood firm in her pursuit of dreams and aspirations, setting an inspiring example for all.

FILE PHOTO: Hope Mbhele chose her own path as she bids farewell from Shaka iLembe. PICTURE: Gagasi FM

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JOHANNESBURG: Shaka iLembe chronicles the journey of a legendary African king.

Actress Hope Mbele, known for her portrayal of Baleka in the popular Mzansi Magic drama Shaka Illembe, announces her exit from the popular drama.

In a reflective post this Women’s Month, Mbele shared her sentiments on social media: “A woman choosing herself and her own path. May we be more of these women. Until we meet again, Baleka.”

Baleka, a fictional character within the series, held the role of a devoted healer in the court of the Mthethwa King Jobe, later serving King Makhasana of the Mabhudu.

Fueled by an unyielding passion for her craft, Baleka was a young visionary and scientist, who embraced her calling with unwavering dedication.

Her journey epitomized resilience and self-assured independence, as she charted her own course while also honoring the wisdom of her ancestors. Amidst societal expectations, Baleka stood firm in her pursuit of dreams and aspirations, setting an inspiring example for all.

Shaka iLembe chronicles the journey of a legendary African king. The production boasts exceptional performances from its two pivotal actors, the gifted Lemogang Tsipa in the role of the adult king, and newcomer Ntando Zondi, who brings the young Shaka to life.

Nomzamo Mbatha takes on the role of Queen Nandi, the esteemed mother of Shaka, while Thembinkosi Mthembu graces the screen in another significant portrayal.

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