RIP NTHABISENG: A POPULAR SMOKE AND MIRRORS
November 8, 2023 – by Tomé Mark
In a dramatic turn of events, the Smoke and Mirrors November teasers have unveiled a shocking twist in the storyline. Nthabiseng, a beloved character, is set to take a dark path that will ultimately lead to her tragic demise.
A Sinister Plan Unfolds
The November teasers reveal that Nthabiseng will hatch a sinister plan to take the life of Thandiswa and then end her own life. However, fate has different intentions for Nthabiseng, as her plan takes an unexpected turn.
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The teaser for Friday, November 17, foreshadows the impending tragedy: “Nthabiseng plans to kill Thandiswa (Ayanda Bandla) and then herself, but the gun won’t work.”
A Shocking Affair Revealed
As the story unfolds, it is discovered that Thandiswa is entangled in a secret affair with Caesar (Zolisa Xaluva), who happens to be married to Nthabiseng’s best friend, Virginia (Zinhle Mabena). The revelation adds a layer of complexity to the unfolding drama.
On Tuesday, November 21, the teaser paints a desperate picture: “Thandiswa pleads with Nthabiseng to let her go, but Nthabiseng is intent on ending her life and killing Thandiswa. Nthabiseng finds out that Caesar and Thandiswa are having an affair.”
A Tragic End Beckons
The culmination of this gripping narrative occurs on Thursday, November 23, when the teaser announces the tragic turn of events: “Caesar convinces Thandiswa that they have to bury Nthabiseng’s body.”
A Heart-Wrenching Admission
In the aftermath of these dramatic events, Thandiswa will be burdened with guilt and remorse. On Wednesday, November 29, the teaser hints at her admission of wrongdoing: “Thandiswa admits her mistake in Nthabiseng’s death to Nomeva.”
Nthabiseng, a character who portrayed an educator, was married to Sakhile (Siyabonga Raymond Sepotokele), Thandiswa’s baby daddy, in the fictional town of Emnyameni.
A New Role for Angela Sithole
The talented actress, Angela Sithole, is set to join the cast of Mzansi Magic’s upcoming crime drama series, “In The Dock.” In her new role as Lungi Olifant, she promises to bring depth and intrigue to the storyline.
A Promising Series Premiere
DStv has confirmed that “In The Dock,” the Mzansi Magic crime drama series, is produced by The Milton Empire and is scheduled to premiere on Sunday, November 19. Angela Sithole will share the screen with seasoned actors like Dumisani Mbebe and Jerry Mofokeng.
An Ensemble of Stars
Joining the ensemble cast are prominent actors Katlego Danke, Ayakha Ntunja, Toka Ntunjana, Felicia Mahambehlala, Lorraine Moropa, Tshepo Maseko, Kwanele Mthethwa, and renowned musician-actress Yvonne Chaka Chaka. “In The Dock” promises to be a compelling addition to Mzansi Magic’s lineup.
IN OTHER NEWS: Top 10 Companies and Banks Offering Loans to Individuals in South Africa
South Africa has a thriving financial sector with numerous banks and financial institutions offering loans to individuals. These loans cater to a wide range of needs, from personal loans to home loans and more. Here’s a list of the top 10 companies and banks in South Africa that offer loans, along with approximate loan amounts.
1. Standard Bank
Standard Bank is one of South Africa’s largest and most prominent banks. They provide various loan products, including personal loans, vehicle finance, and home loans. Personal loan amounts typically range from ZAR 5,000 to ZAR 300,000.
ABSA, a leading South African bank, offers personal loans with amounts ranging from ZAR 3,000 to ZAR 350,000, depending on the applicant’s creditworthiness.
Nedbank provides personal loans from ZAR 2,000 to ZAR 250,000, with flexible repayment terms to suit individual needs.
4. First National Bank (FNB)
FNB offers personal loans with amounts varying from ZAR 1,000 to ZAR 300,000, making them accessible to a wide range of customers.
5. Capitec Bank
Capitec Bank is known for its simplified approach to lending. They offer personal loans up to ZAR 250,000, with quick and easy application processes.
6. African Bank
African Bank specializes in personal loans, offering amounts between ZAR 500 and ZAR 250,000, with tailored repayment options.
7. Bidvest Bank
Bidvest Bank provides personal loans starting from ZAR 5,000, going up to ZAR 350,000, making it suitable for various financial needs.
Investec is a premium financial institution, offering personal loans to high-net-worth individuals. Loan amounts may vary greatly based on the client’s financial profile.
TymeBank is known for its affordable personal loans, typically ranging from ZAR 1,000 to ZAR 50,000, making them accessible to a wide customer base.
10. African Bank
African Bank is a popular choice for personal loans in South Africa. Loan amounts typically range from ZAR 500 to ZAR 200,000, with competitive interest rates.
When considering a loan, it’s essential to carefully review the terms and conditions of each institution to determine the best fit for your specific financial situation. Additionally, remember that loan amounts and terms may change over time, so it’s advisable to contact the institution directly for the most up-to-date information.
Disclaimer: Loan approval, amounts, and interest rates may vary based on the individual’s credit history and other factors. Always consult the specific financial institution for the most accurate and current loan information.