A little while ago, a dark cloud hung over the popular Mzansi show, Skeem Saam, when two cast members faced misfortunes. First, Cornet Mamabolo, who plays T-Bose, got seriously injured on his arm while cycling. Then, news broke that Letlalo Mankabidi had passed away, leaving fans in shock.
Letlalo portrayed John Maputla’s representative on the show after John discovered that Kwaito, also known as Zamokuhle, was his son.
Skeem Saam confirmed Letlalo’s passing on social media, sending their deepest condolences to his family. As for Cornet, he assured fans that he was recovering well from his injury and had taken a break from filming the show. Despite his absence, he promised exciting twists in his character’s storyline, involving a honeymoon and an overseas opportunity that would test his character’s marriage.
Cornet shared that while he and T-Bose may differ emotionally, he draws from personal experiences and leans on the cast and crew to help him deliver his role effectively. So, although last year’s misfortunes are now a blast from the past, the drama on Skeem Saam continues to keep fans entertained.
Samsung Galaxy S22, S22+, and S22 Ultra finally get One UI 6 beta based on Android 14
Samsung started publicly beta testing the next release of its Android skin, One UI 6, which is based on Android 14, last month. Unsurprisingly, the rollout started with the Galaxy S23 family, the latest flagship line from the Korean device maker.
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After that you may have expected the Galaxy S22 models to be next in line, but no – they’ve only been added to the beta program today. And so far, only in Korea, but undoubtedly more regions will follow soon.
It’s an odd decision on Samsung’s part to hold off on releasing the One UI 6 beta for last year’s flagships for so long – especially seeing as how mid-rangers like the Galaxy A54 and Galaxy A34 have both been added to the program earlier.
It will be interesting to see if this release timing will be repeated for the final, stable builds once those start going out. In the meantime, good news if you have a Galaxy S22, S22+, or S22 Ultra – you will soon be able to partake in the One UI 6 beta program, if you can’t already.
Source (in Korean)