‘Gomora’ actress Sannah Mchunu visits burned victim Anakho

Award-winning actress Sannah Mchunu, who plays the popular character of Zodwa in Gomora visited Anakho in Cape Town.

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The talented actress Sannah Mchunu revealed on her Instagram account that Anakho, who was burned with hot water is healing.

“Aww bandla, uyaphola uAnakho,” (oh my goodness, Anakho is healing) she said.

MDNnewss revealed on Twitter on Friday, 7 July 21-year-old woman, Asanda Makaluza from Cape Town has been arrested after pouring boiling water to a child.

IOL reports that Anakho Khala sustained injuries when Makazula allegedly poured water on him to stop him from playing with her gate in Settlers, Langa, on June 24.

The publication adds that she was arrested, charged with assault with the intent to cause grievous bodily harm after residents and EFF members stood up against the act .

The woman revealed the 4-year-old was in her territory, when she was confronted didn’t go to the boy’s family to ask for forgiveness.

“We really appreciate the EFF and residents for stepping in because without them I would not have gone to the police station and spoken to the station commander. We were worried that people might get out of control during the march, but we are glad that there is progress with the case.”

She made her first appearance in the Bishop Lavis Magistrate’s Court.

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TshisaLIVE revealed in April that the actress Sannah Mchunu bid farewell to Gomora after playing Zodwa since season one.

Mchunu took to her social media to express her sadness that the telenovela is ending.

“All things come to an end my friends. Let me take this opportunity to thank Seriti Production for blessing us with Gomora. We were treated very well, that’s why our performance was very great. It’s my first time working in a place where I put all my madness [and it was welcomed].”

She also thanked the crew and cast from Gomora and added that big things are yet to come and gates will open.

“It is painful to lose work but let us stay hopeful. The Lord who took us to Gomora will carry us and put us somewhere else. My friends and followers of Gomora, thank you so much for the support you have given us. I love you ,” she wrote.

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