Vuyo Dabula to exit ‘Generations’

Television actor Vuyo Dabula, who has become a fan-favourite on “Generations: The Legacy”, is leaving the popular show.

A statement released by the show this morning, confirmed the news that Dabula is set to exit his role as the villainous Gadaffi.

According to the statement, the actor asked to be released from his contract, so he can focus on other projects.

“This is the place where I blew up and I think now is the right time to move on and do other things with the exposure the show has given me,” Dabula said in the statement.

“Generations: The Legacy has allowed me to take my acting craft to newer and better levels and I plan to take that into future characters I will be portraying.”

Furthermore, showrunner Mfundi Vundla expressed his support to Dabula on his future endeavours.

“He’s a talented young man, he’ll certainly flourish in all his endeavours.” Vundla simply stated.

Last month, the revamped SABC 1 soapie announced the departure of Denise Zimba and Asanda Foji.

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