Locally-produced new sitcom explores the issue of black tax in SA

Locally-produced new sitcom explores the issue of black tax in SA

- Black tax: an unpleasant but unwavering reality for many South Africans

- Although it is a serious matter for most, in true Mzansi style, we'll laugh about it in the new sitcom, Black Tax

- Black Tax is the first South African-produced sitcom and stars actors like Jason Goliath and Jo-anne Reyneke

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It is a secret torment for some but a proud responsibility for others and isn't likely to go anywhere any time soon. It is black tax.

South Africans face the burden of black tax every day and now we can laugh about this sensitive matter thanks to a new sitcom - Black Tax.

The comedy is the first locally-produced of its kind and features famous and rising comedic stars such as Jason Goliath, Sne Dladla, Jo-anne Reyneke and Mamodibe Ramodibe.

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The show revolves around Thuli Dlamini and her family and the relatable issues they face daily.

Monde Twala, vice president for MTV, MTV Base and BET at Viacom International Media Networks Africa, is excited about the upcoming show.

“The series will explore a subject that most South Africans are familiar with and that viewers can emotively identify with."

Briefly.co.za gathered that the 13-episode sitcom will kick off on 21 January 2020.

Here's a little taste of what's to come:

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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