Muvhango cast left in the dark. SABC2
THE cast and crew of the popular SABC2 soapie Muvhango are anxiously staying to find out if they still have jobs.
They’re supposedly angry at operation for not letting them know whether their contracts will be renewed, or not.
Workers have allegedly not been working for two months.
A source told Daily Sun the show was staying for the SABC to protest- start the renewal process.
“ Operation transferred them a letter two weeks agone, stating it would communicate them after finalisation,” said the source.
“ The letter was transferred after two months of no communication.
“ The cast is worried because if they aren’t brought back for a new season, they should have been told formerly. They’re now sitting at home not knowing their fate.
“ They do n’t know whether to look for other jobs or not.”
Another issue was the gleeful season.
“ Obviously, it requires plutocrat. Some are breadwinners and it has been tough for them,” said the source.
Another source, who’s part of the soapie’s platoon, said although this had happed ahead, it noway stretched out this long.
“ We’re left in the dark, not knowing if we will be called back or not.
“ Every time in August and September, we take a break. But, a new season generally starts in October. This time, we ’re still not back at work.”
Word Of Mouth Pictures publicist Thanduxolo Jindela appertained the Sun Team to the SABC.
Administrative patron and creator of Muvhango, Duma ka Ndlovu said they were staying for the SABC, and couldn’t confirm on when actors would be called back.
“ We’re staying for the SABC to issue us with a contract. It’s busy working on the contract, and we do n’t know the finer details.”
SABC group superintendent for commercial affairs and marketing Gugu Ntuli said “ The SABC takes all accommodations entered into seriously and will always insure due industriousness and all processes are followed.
“ It must be noted that due to Muvhango’s lifetime, the accretive value of the product has increased. This means the contract requires fresh blessings via National Treasury.”