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Xolile Tshabalala: Muvhango's creepy new psycho Doctor

Written by TVSA Team from the blog Muvhango Teasers on 30 Aug 2019
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Have you ever been in a situation where you meet someone and just know that they're "off"? They seem perfectly normal - highly intelligent even - BUT there's something about them that silently screams: "Psychoooooooo."
 
Enter Dr Senamile, a psychiatrist who should be able to solve such craziness but could be even crazier herself!
 
The Good Doctor debuts on Muvhango on the day of bad luck and danger... Friday the 13th of September, played by prolific actress Xolile Tshabalala (Generations, High Rollers, Ingozi, Jacob's Cross, Sokhulu & Partners and Kota Life Crisis, to name a few.)
 
Senamile's first task of business: messing with Vhutshilo's (Wavhudi Lidzhegu) mind.

According to Muvhango publicist Karabo Disetlhe Mtshayelo, she's brought in to assess Vhutshilo's psychological state after his arrest for the murder of his uncle Tshamano (Nat Ramabulana).
 
Karabo: "But all is not as it seems. There is more than meets the eye with Dr Senamile."
 
Soon after her arrival she starts to unravel, revealing an unhealthy obsession with the Vhakwevhos and Azwindini (Gabriel Temudzani) in particular. An obsession she hides in a creepy shrine to him.
 
Which we'll get to see in September.
 
For more on what to expect, tune into the teasers here: Muvhango Teasers
 

Shows in this post: Muvhango

Channels in this post: SABC2



1 Comment

Tman_1
30 Aug 2019 12:58

Xolile and Vatiswa. Yerrrrrr Muvhango is stepping up. I'm so happy.


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