Lorch heartbroken as Natasha Thahane & Gomora actor Bongani were caught in the bedroom doing this. Watch

In the midst of recent speculations surrounding the relationship status of Natasha Thahane and Bongani, fueled by a TikTok challenge video that surfaced online, fans initially speculated that a romantic connection was blossoming between the two.

Concerns were raised about Thembinkose Lorche’s potential reaction to this apparent development. However, upon closer examination, it becomes evident that the duo is likely collaborating on a television project, dispelling any romantic notions.


Turning our attention to another notable figure, Thulani Mtsweni, who brilliantly portrays Bongani ‘wama grocery’ on Gomora, has been sharing insights into his life and career. Thulani’s portrayal of the character has garnered immense love from viewers, portraying a man who loves deeply and provides tirelessly, even in the face of heartbreak.

Thulani Mtsweni, known for his breakout role as Shadrack Bhekiziswe Sibiya on Isidingo, has consistently captivated audiences. His characters may have different life goals, but they all share a common thread of exploring relationships and culture. Currently entangled in a complex love story with Zodwa, played by Sannah Mchunu, on Gomora, Thulani reflects on the joy of playing Bongani and showcasing a softer side through the character.

In an interview, Thulani reveals how working with Sannah has made portraying Bongani’s role more enjoyable. He praises her free-spirited nature and describes Bongani as an exemplary character, embodying the goodness in the world. Thulani attributes his ability to bring characters to life to his experiences growing up in Tsakane and participating in workshops, despite lacking formal acting education.

Thulani’s journey in the arts began at a young age, fueled by a passion for storytelling and acting. Raised by his siblings after losing both parents at a young age, Thulani’s commitment to the arts has been a driving force throughout his life. He shares memories of creating his own drama group in high school and joining an art group called Tsakane Kids, founded by Refiloe Ledwaba.

Reflecting on his success, Thulani acknowledges the transformative impact of landing the role on Isidingo, which changed his quality of life and that of his family. From growing up in a shack to navigating hardships, Thulani’s journey is a testament to his resilience and hard work.

Beyond his acting career, Thulani is also a father to a nine-year-old boy, co-parenting with the child’s mother. Grateful for the positive changes in his life, Thulani shares motivational quotes on his Instagram, promoting positivity and resilience in the face of challenges. His “Mondays are for thugs” corner aims to redefine perceptions and inspire others to approach life with optimism.

In summary, while the entertainment world buzzes with rumors, Thulani Mtsweni stands as a testament to the transformative power of passion, hard work, and the pursuit of one’s dreams.

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