Get To Know Dr. Mbali Mthethwa From Durban Gen
Dr. Mbali Mthethwa on Durban Gen is played by Nelisiwe Faith Sibiya. Mbali from the Durban Gen whose real name, is Nelisiwe Faith Sibiya, is a South African singer and songwriter. She is the voice behind Mzansi Magic’s drama Lockdown’s theme song. Remember Her song is titled “Mama ka Bafana” and it’s a very touching song as it tells a heartbreaking story from Lockdown? Read on to learn more about her.
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When was she born
Her date of birth is not known but she is supposedly 28 years old and was born in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa.
On Durban Gen, she plays the main character called Mbali Mthethwa, a newly qualified doctor who moves to the big city, away from her fiancé and the small town they grew up in, to serve her final year of community service at Durban General Hospital.
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Dr. Mbali Mthethwa From Durban Gen In Real Life
- Nelisiwe Faith Sibiya is a beautiful Zulu speaking woman who was born and bred in KwaZulu Natal at Eshowe, South Africa.
- The actress graduated as Musical Theatre Student at the Tshwane University of Technology.
- Nelisiwe is a very good afro-maskandi artist and has written seven songs for Mzansi Magic’s popular drama series Lockdown.
Nelisiwe Faith Sibiya Pictures
About Durban Gen
Durban Gen is Mzansi’s medical drama version of Grey’s Anatomy, the brainchild of Stained Glass TV.
The story of Durban Gen is basically set in the heart of Newlands East, a township in Durban, where the most well-known and recognised academic public hospital Durban General is located.
A highly praised and mostly celebrated hospital in KZN healthcare. The hospital is the centre of excellence and that’s where every doctor wants to practice and every patient prefers being treated there.
The storyline follows the life of the main character Mbali Mthethwa, a newly qualified doctor who moves to the big city, away from her fiancé and the small town they grew up in, to serve her final year of community service at Durban General Hospital.
However, things turn out different and she finds herself torn between two men. Her fiancé Sibusiso Dlamini, the one she has promised herself to, and her superior, Dr. Lindelani Zulu, a brilliant, attractive surgeon with whom she has undeniable chemistry.
Upon her arrival at the Durban General Hospital, Mbali assists in a dangerous surgery that goes horribly wrong, resulting in the death of an MEC.
The incident puts the hospital in trouble, Mbali, and Dr. Lindelani Zulu, into the middle of an investigation that threatens to derail her career before it has even begun.
For the moment, her closeness to Dr. Zulu, the resulting intimacy, and their visible chemistry threaten to break everything Mbali has built back home with her fiance, Sbusiso.
Durban Gen airs weekdays at 6:30 PM on e.tv