Mfundi Vundla, who made Generations: The Legacy, has been in a Parktown hospital for a month because of a long-term illness. Since the beginning of this year, the legendary executive producer and director, who is 75 years old, has been fighting a long-term illness that is making him weak. A close friend told them that they were asked to visit Vundla at the Wits Donald Gordon Medical Centre, where he had been in and out of the hospital for the whole month of April.Generations Director
He is not at all fine. We went to see him in the hospital last week, and we heard that he would soon start his medical care. So, we hope that he will soon be back to normal. Generations: The Legacy’s publicist and spokesperson, Nandipha Pantsi, confirmed that Vundla had been taken to the hospital, but she couldn’t say anything else.
Pantsi said in a few words:
He was in the hospital, but he’s back home and doing fine now. Another friend said that Vundla got out of the hospital this week and is now living with his family. “He is still very sick, but he is getting better,” said the friend. The cast of the popular soap opera didn’t know that Vundla was sick because they didn’t know what was going on.See the source image
A senior member of the cast of the SABC1 soap opera said:
I don’t know anything that makes me think he’s not fine. I haven’t seen him at work in a while, but I didn’t ask anyone because he is my boss and his personal life has nothing to do with me. I didn’t even know he was in the hospital. I hope he will feel better soon. Another lead actor said he was shocked to hear about Vundla’s health.See the source image
“I know nothing about him,” she said. “I didn’t know that,” the actor replied. Vundla is the executive chairman of the company Marula Pictures, which makes Generations: The Legacy. Generations was first made in 1993. In May of last year, the University of Pretoria (UP) gave Vundla an honorary doctorate in literature for being a giant in the South African entertainment business. Vundla also made the popular eTV show Backstage and the Afrikaans show Binneland.