- South African actress Masali Baduza is truly making sure the world knows of South Africa's talent
- She is shining brightly in her role as Sephy in the stunning and popular new TV series, Noughts and Crosses
- The BBC series has taken the world by storm and fans are crazy about it
A new six-part BBC series is fast becoming a hit as fans are loving what is happening in Noughts and Crosses.
The thrilling telling of an alternate Romeo and Juliet story is set in a world where black people basically rule the world and white people are considered less.
In the lead role as Sephy (this show's version of Juliet), Mzansi actress Masali Baduza is shining brighter than a diamond.
Many parts of the show were filmed in Cape Town and Masali's acting is brilliant.
She stars next to many international big names such as Jack Rowan, Paterson Joseph and our very own Bonnie Mbuli.
Masali is very happy about the world that is being shown in the series.
"Prior to reading Malorie’s books, I had never heard of a world that existed where Africans were the ruling class."
She is doing amazing things for herself and her country to show the world that we've got heaps of talent.
Meanwhile, Bonnie Mbuli recently celebrated her 41st birthday. She is one of South Africa's most talented and gorgeous acting stars.
Bonnie came from a humble background and rose to impressive heights through hard work and dedication.
The actress celebrated turning a year older and Briefly.co.za took a look at some interesting facts about the stunning woman.
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