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Actress Baby Cele set for a shocking return to #Uzalo

Baby Cele

Legendary actress Baby Cele has allegedly not left Uzalo for good. According to an insider, the producers of the popular SABC show are busy preparing the script and storyline for her return.

Baby, who plays the evil Gabisile on the telenovela, left the show months ago and she is currently shooting for a new show.

Baby Cele

The insider said: “the producers didn’t kill her character. Instead, they are preparing for her comeback. She’s gone but not for good.

”Another insider said Gabisile’s return was something that Uzalo producers wished not to reveal to the media.“They want her return to be a surprise to the viewers. That is why they are keeping it under the wraps,” said the insider.

Baby Cele

Uzalo spokeswoman Nomfundo Zondi said Baby would disappear from the screen in a couple of days. But I don’t know about her return. Viewers must be glued to their screens and see how she exits,” said Nomfundo.

Baby also said she didn’t know about her return. All she knew was that she had a good time on Uzalo. She also didn’t reveal much about the new show she was busy shooting.

Baby Cele Maloka is a South African actress born in Umlazi, KwaZulu-Natal.

People also ask

Is Baby Cele a sangoma?

Former Backstage star, Baby Cele, comes from a family of sangomas. She told the City Press in 2004 that her late mother, Bikiwe Shozi, was a traditional healer, and her grandfather was an inyanga. Baby Cele revealed that she underwent sangomatraining for fear her family would be “wiped out” if she did not.

Who is Baby Cele married to?

Cele is married to businessman Thabo Maloka. She is a mother of two children.

How old is Cele?

68 years (April 22, 1952)
Bheki Cele was born on April 22, 1952 to Albertina Mtshali and Gillford Cele at uMzumbe Mission near Port Shepstone. When he was only nine months old, his twenty-year old mother passed away. Cele was raised by his father, a senior Induna at the South African Railways.

 

 

 

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