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Rhythm City Says Good Bye

By Tafadzwa Mpofu

With the monopoly and lack of motivation and innovation towards opening of more television channels, Zimbabweans will miss the Rhythm City as it will broadcast finale-episode on air today.

Millions of Zimbabweans opted to subscribe and purchase open view set boxes to watch the creative arts from South Africa and around the world that speaks to real life issues because in Zimbabwe there is only once channel the zbc with limited programs for its citizens.

One of the most-watched world wide South African soapie will this Friday the 16th of July screen their last episode, after 14 years of broadcasting on etv.

Rhythm City started on 9 July 2007, and to date more interesting scenes where showcased that keeps one to follow to what will happen next to characters in the play and its has aired a total number of 3,659 episodes with the last one bring the total to 3660 episodes.

“Rhythm City had a stellar cast over the years, portraying storylines that mirrored the very reality South Africans go through, while showcasing some of the greatest musical talents this country has to offer,” in a statement by etv.

The channel also said “dankie Mzansi for 14 years” to the 4 million daily viewers who stayed loyal to the show, not including those in Zimbabwe.

“This week will showcase a tale with beautiful endings – from Jafta and Fats finally finding the love of their lives, to Sabelo and Sindiswa moving into their very own home and Suffocate ending up sharing a prison cell with Khulekani.”