‘Uncle Brutus’ of The Queen fired over sexual harassment!

Themba Ndaba one of South Africa’s most renowned actors who plays Uncle Brutus on 1Mzansi Magic most loved soapie The Queen is rumoured to have been fired by the household name creators of The Queen, The Fergusons. In a recent tweet yesterday.

Celebrated star actor and the Fergusons longtime friend Themba Ndaba is one of the latest victims of the Queens being shown the exit door.

The seasoned actor is best known for his AMAA and SAFTA award-winning performance in the Hopeville Limited Series and Movie as well as his casting in the movie Machine Gun Preacher (2011). Ndaba came into the limelight when he starred in Soul City and Hopeville.

Rumour has it that The Queen’s Brutus shocking exit comes in the backdrop of a series of complaints of sexual harassment by other female cast members, and inappropriate code of conduct.

Under the circumstances The Fergusons saw it necessary to take action and reparmand Ndaba



The controversial tweet leaves Mzansi divided as many couldn’t connect the dots. Fans of the Mzansi Magic hit soapie started speculating over who the unnamed character is.

Sources close to the Ferguson have revealed the fallout has not been easy.
The actor had been a fan favourite since The Queen’s premiere back in August 2016. As his escapades got wider, his tongue sharper and his wit even quicker, Mzansi had found themselves that typical family uncle through his character.

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