Jo-Anne Reyneke leaves 'Isidingo' after 8 months

2019-06-25 10:32
 
Jo-Anne Reyneke

Cape Town - Isidingo actress Jo-Anne Reyneke who played the role of Lungi Buyela has left the SABC 3 soapie just eight months into it. She will be appearing for the last time on the Tuesday, 25 June episode.

The actress expressed joy at working on the production saying it was a childhood dream come true. The opportunity is something she will forever cherish.

"Isidingo has always been a production that I have wanted to be a part of since I was a kid. Working on this production has been a dream come true for me. Being on Isidingo has been nothing short of an absolute pleasure and has been a walk in the park. It runs like a well-oiled machine and an actress’ dream to work on. It has been an absolute pleasure being a part of the cast and I will forever cherish my time on the show. I will miss everyone that I have worked with and will miss being on set’’ expressed Jo-Anne.  

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Jo-Anne joins a number of actors who’ve bowed out of the show recently. One of the long-standing actors and fan favourite Linda Sokhulu, who played Nikiwe Sibiya, left the show for etv’s Rhythm City.

Aubrey Poo, who portrayed the charismatic Gabriel Mothusi felt there was nothing left for the character to do which was also his reason for leaving in March this year.

Gerard Rudolf who played Hendrik Lategan made his final appearance in May.

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This year the soapie is celebrating 21 years on air. And to do that in style, they’ve dug deep and brought back one of the most legendary actresses, Michelle Botes back.

Michelle played one of TV’s legendary villains Cherel de Villiers-Haines-Le-Roux-Holmes. She will be back for a two-day special.

READ MORE: Cherel returns to 'Isidingo' for soap’s 21st birthday

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