Gifted South African actor Warren Masemola has just landed a new role in the drama series, Zvide’s house who plays on eTV when he joins Vusi Kunene.

The channel has officially announced Masemola’s new role, and he will play the character Hadi, which is set to air on Monday 19 September.

Driven by a deep hatred for Funani, Hadi is determined to destroy Zvide’s house from the face of the earth, but his purpose is to see Funani down.

“Alex is very high-flying and his biggest achievements include being part of Forbes’ 30 under 30, as well as winning the coveted LVMH Prize for Young Designers. But don’t let the charm and bright outfits fool you, Alex has a heart of darkness,” said.

Award-winning production, Zvide’s houserecently cleaned up at the South African Television and Film Awards, winning four Craft Awards on its first night in the categories of Best Achievement in Television Series/Telenovela, Best Achievement in Sound, Best Achievement in Editing and Best Achievement in Cinematography.

The multi-talented actor took to his Instagram to flaunt his latest accolades from SAFTAS as he was named Best Supporting Actor in a Drama for his role in the telenovela Is’Findisela.

The star is gearing up to appear in Showmax’s upcoming fantasy, Blood Psalms – an innovative TV series based on ancient African mythology.

Apart from his busy schedule, Masemola is set to star alongside Thapel Makohen and Thando Dloma in an international production, King Shaka.

The program’s executive producer, Antoine Fuqua, worked with Olu Odebunmi and Tolu Awosika, who are the screenwriters.

In addition, the Showtime series will also star British actor Charles Babalola as Shaka, while Senegalese actress Aissa Maiga will play the role of Nandi, Shaka’s devoted mother.

Production is reportedly set to begin in KwaZulu-Natal this month – the series will be filmed in Mzansi.

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