‘7de Laan’s’ Vinette Ebrahim has joined the cast of ‘Legacy’

Ebrahim is the fourth actor from '7de Laan' to join the M-Net telenovela.

‘7de Laan’s’ Vinette Ebrahim has joined the cast of ‘Legacy’

Legendary actress, Vinette Ebrahim, who is popularly known for her role of Charmaine Meintjies on 7de Laan, has joined the cast of M-Net’s telenovela, Legacy.   

Ebrahim who played Charmaine Meintjies in the Afrikaans soapie for 19 years made her debut on M-Net’s telenovela, Legacy last night (20 October) as Marie Fourie.  

The show’s publicist describes her character as a sweet, yet feisty receptionist who promises to be the nurturing mother to everyone at Brightside.   

She will be working for Lexi, Sims (Lunga Shabalala), and Stefan (SeanMarco Vorster) in their new company and is brought on board by Lexi Price (Jay Antsey).   

Fans of the 64-year-old actress were delighted to see her on-screen since her exit from 7de Laan in 2019, and her guest appearance on kykyNET’s Binnelanders.      

The star is the fourth actor after Nico Panagio, Andre Lotter, and Reandi Grey from the SABC 2 soapie to join the cast of the award-winning telenovela.

HER ‘FORCED’ EXIT FROM ‘7DE LAAN’  

Ebrahim made headlines in 2019 when she slammed 7de Laan’s producers for ending her character after 19 years.   

The actress stated that producers of the SABC 2 soapie told her they’ve run out of stories for her character.  

She told producers it was the weakest excuse ever and that they should have hired better writers.  

“In long-running television series, it often happens that a character’s journey comes to an end.”

“After evaluating past and current storylines of 7de Laan it has transpired that all potential stories around Charmaine and Vivian have been exhausted,” the production said in a statement. 

Also read: ‘7de Laan’s’ Nico Panagio returns to soapville as Marco Andino on ‘Legacy’

Source : The South African More   

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Hawks kill six illegal miners and arrest 87 others after shootout in Orkney

A multidisciplinary team led by the Hawks descended on an alleged illegal mining operation in Orkney, North West on Wednesday night. Six people were fatally wounded in the shootout.

Hawks kill six illegal miners and arrest 87 others after shootout in Orkney

The Directorate for Priority Crime Investigation (Hawks) said six suspects were shot and killed and two others were wounded during an intelligence-driven operation in Orkney, North West on Wednesday night, 20 October,

HAWKS, OTHERS ENGAGE IN SHOOTOUT WITH MINERS

Hawks spokesperson Colonel Katleho Mogale said 87 suspects – aged between 25 and 49 – were arrested.

“It is reported that upon execution of information received, the multi-disciplinary team comprising of the Hawks, Task Force, National Intervention Unit, District Crime Combatting Unit, NW Airwing, Explosives Unit, Bidvest Protea Coin Security and Local Criminal Record Centre descended upon the identified shaft where they were met with the suspects’ gunfire,” said Mogale.

The Hawks spokesperson said the multi-disciplinary team returned fire and eight suspects were wounded and six of them succumbed to their injuries, while a member of the law enforcement team was wounded.

The two wounded suspects that did not die were taken to hospital under police guard, said Mogale.

The multi-disciplinary team seized two taxis, illegal mining paraphernalia, gold bearing material and 11 illegal firearms, including three shotguns, three rifles, four pistols and a single revolver, along with bags of food.

The arrested suspects are expected to appear before the Orkney Magistrate’s Court on Monday, 25 October 2021, where they will face charges of attempted murder, illegal possession of gold, illegal possession of firearms and ammunition, illegal possession of prohibited firearms, theft and conspiracy to commit an offence.

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