- Former The Queen actor Loyiso MacDonald is moving on from his role and will be starring in a new theatre production
- The actor is happy to be making this next move and feels that he's finished his job as Kagiso Khoza on the telenovela
- Loyiso has always been passionate about the art of acting and wants to put his focus into doing the things he loves
Popular actor Loyiso MacDonald has announced his next move following his sudden exit from The Queen. Loyiso took to social media to announce that he will be performing at the Market Theatre in honour of their 45th anniversary.
MacDonald is starring in Dusk, a new production directed by Palesa Mazamisa and written by Mark Scheepers. The sneak peeks willbe revealed on 2 July. Following Loyiso's final episode on the drama, Mzansi Magic turned to social media to wish him a fond farewell.
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"Kagiso Khoza definition: Harriet's favourite child famous for the pristine English, the good looks and for being the soft-spoken gentleman who summoned the soldier 'Sgaqagaqa', in order to win some tough wars," they wrote.
Since Kagiso's role was one of the biggest on the telenovela, fans are wondering how they will move forward without him playing a part in the story.
Back in 2020, Loyiso MacDonald did a candid interview with Mzansi podcaster MacG about his work and how he feels about the industry. He wants to focus on the art of acting and not the popularity that comes with it.
Generations: The Legacy will have a new star in Khabonina Qubeka
In other entertainment news, Briefly News reported that Mzansi actress Khabonina Qubeka has landed a new major gig on Generations: The Legacy.
With her amazing acting abilities, Khabonina has been lifting the bar high in the local acting business and fans are stoked to be seeing her in something new soon.
To say Khabonina has been working hard is an understatement. She shot to fame in 2006 with the part of Doobsie on Muvhango and she hasn't looked back since. Now she's going to get the opportunity to showcase what she can do once again.
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