WATCH: ‘DiepCity’s’ Mduduzi faces his fear of snakes

Watch a video of 'DiepCity' actor Mduduzi Mabaso wrapping a python around his neck and facing his fear of snakes.

WATCH: ‘DiepCity’s’ Mduduzi faces his fear of snakes

Mduduzi Mabaso is a dynamically entertaining soapie actor with a superb talent for playing fearsome characters that dominate the shows he’s appeared in. But in real life, the actor has phobias and fears like the rest of us. The actor’s fear of snakes was recently exposed when he visited the Croc City’s Crocodile and Reptile Park in Hartbeespoort.

He conquered his fear by putting a huge python around his neck and thanked the rangers for helping him get over his fears and phobias of snakes.

He told:

I was kind of scared of snakes, but because I managed this, I think I’m ok now. I’m at a point where I can hold a snake as long as it isn’t poisonous. I’m so happy I’m now comfortable with these creatures.

MABASO’S DIEPCITY CHARACTER 

Mabaso is one of the lucky actors who got another role straight after Rhythm City got cancelled on e.tv where he played the gangster role of Suffocate Ndlovu.

The veteran actor currently plays the role of a respected and feared criminal mastermind Elliot Mgedeza. The new telenovela is produced by the award-winning creator and director of the popular drama Lockdown, Mandla N of Black Brain Productions.

The new show explores the struggle of four young women who are trying to make their way in the world. The young women are played by Skeem Saam and Scandal! star Nozuko Ncayiyane, as well as Kgaogelo Monama, Zikhona Bali and Nompumelelo Vilakazi. 

The former Scandal! actress Ncayiyane plays Nokuthula “Nox” Jele, a smart and resourceful young woman who falls into a life of crime. Actress Sonia Mbele also joined the show recently to play Mgedeza’s lover Zola.  

Also read: Sonia Mbele joins the cast of ‘DiepCity’ as Mgedeza’s lover

Source : The South African More   

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Winter wonderland: Here’s where you can go to see the SNOW

Several parts of South Africa have been transformed into winter wonderland settings thanks to snow. Here's how you can take advantage!

Winter wonderland: Here’s where you can go to see the SNOW

The cold snap may not have brought snow to all parts of the country but it certainly has brought a drop in temperatures for most parts of South Africa and this is set to continue into the weekend.

There are reports of snowfall in mountainous areas along the borders of Lesotho and KwaZulu-Natal, as well as, in the Free State and the Eastern and Western Cape.

SNOW IS A RARE COMMODITY

Snow is considered a novelty by many South Africans since it is not seen often by most of us. When there has been significant snowfall many eager snow-seeking South Africans hop into their cars and travel out to areas where they can see fluffy white snow. 

For those who are eager to see real snow, there have been recent reports of heavy snowfall in the following areas:   

CALITZDORP, WESTERN CAPE

Calitzdorp is a quaint little town located on Route 62. It is nestled in the heart of the Klein Karoo in the Western Cape. This town is known as the port capital of South Africa, due to the quality of the port wines produced by local wine farmers. Calitzdorp is surrounded by the Swartberg Mountains, which are currently capped in snow.  

SWARTBERG MOUNTAIN PASS COVERED IN SNOW

The Swartberg Mountains in the Western Cape are composed of two main mountain chains running along the northern edge of the semi-arid Little Karoo. Most of the Swartberg Mountains are above 2 000m high, making them the tallest mountains in the Western Cape. Residents in the area are currently marvelling at the more than average sprinkling of snow which has been received over the last 24 hours.

ROUXVILLE, FREE STATE

Rouxville, in the Free State, is located near the Drakensberg Mountain Range, and the Lesotho border. Residents of the town woke up to find their gardens and homesteads covered in a blanket of snow on Thursday.   

DORDRECHT RESIDENTS REPORT SPRINKLING OF SNOW

The Stormberg Mountains situated in the Eastern Cape are an easterly extension of the  Bamboesberge, which are part of the greater Drakensberg Mountains. They form part of the Amatola and Stormberg region where South Africa’s only ski resort, Tiffindell, is situated.

Residents of Dordrecht have reported a sprinkling of snow in the area over the last 24 hours.

LANGKLOOF, EASTERN CAPE

The Langkloof Valley is part of the Cape Fold Mountains which are a short mountain range found between the Tsitsikamma and the Outeniqua Mountains. The valley is an area that stretches over 160 kilometres. The area is ideal for growing fruit, particularly apples and pears. Residents in this valley have witnessed magnificent snowfall over the last 24 hours.

Source : The South African More   

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