- Terry Pheto and Ayanda Borotho have collaboratively produced a new film about Shaka Zulu which will make its debut soon
- The animated film starring both the stars and other known actors will reportedly premiere at this year's Durban International Film Festival
- The short film titled Shaka Inkosi Yamakhosi aims to teach the little ones about the history of Shaka Zulu
Terry Pheto and Ayanda Borotho have teamed up to produce a new animated film about late ruler of the Zulu nation, Shaka Zulu. The movie is set to premiere at this year's Durban International Film Festival.
The actresses short film, Shaka Inkosi Yamakhosi, stars thespians such as veteran actress Lilian Dube, former Uzalo star Dawn Thandeka King, Nomsa Xaba and the two of them, just to name a few.
ZAlebs reports that the film will make its debut at the annual festival on 23 July. the publication shared that former Isibaya actress, Ayanda, told Isolezwe that the new movie aims to teach children about Shaka's history.
"There are many films that are based on Shaka story but most of these films don't give kids a clear full understanding of the history."
Terry Pheto celebrates 40th birthday
In other news, Briefly News reported that award-winning Mzansi actress Terry Pheto turned 40 on Tuesday, 11 May. The stunner took to social media to wish herself a happy birthday. The Tsotsi star shared that she'll enjoy her special day to the fullest. Sis said she'll not hold back any joy.
The media personality took to Twitter and penned a birthday message to herself. The gorgeous star wrote:
"I'm not holding back any joy today! Happy birthday to me!"
Professor Thuli Madonsela was one of the first people to jump in Terry's comment section and wish her a beautiful day. Madonsela wrote:
"Happy birthday @TerryPheto. Your continual rise is our rise and our joy."
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Source: Briefly News