- Gomora's Ntokozo's debating skills impressed social media users following the show's latest episode
- Ntokozo and Langa debated about former President Nelson Mandela and the ruling party
- Actor Ntobeko Sishi plays the character of Ntokozo on the popular Mzansi Magic telenovela
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Gomora's storyline and actors have really impressed Mzansi since the show made its debut earlier this year. After almost every episode, the show or its actors trend on social media.
The show has also been trending on Thursday, 13 August after last night's lit episode. It is debating season at Gomora Secondary, according to the storyline.
Langa took on Ntokozo in the latest episode. They were discussing the topic, "Did Nelson Mandela and the ruling party sell out Black South Africans?"
Mzansi tweeps were impressed by Ntokozo's debating skills while some applauded the show's scriptwriters for tackling sensitive issues.
Young actor Ntobeko Sishi plays the character of Ntokozo on the show. He has been praised for his acting skills, especially after the debate scene. Below are some of the reactions from the show's viewers:
"[Must watch] Ntokozo demonstrating how useless this Freedom Charter Is. Black Consciousness includes Economic Liberation #GomoraMzanzi."
"Please ministers @NathiMthethwaSA @Stellarated & your departments of @SportArtsCultur @CommsZA forward to your @MYANC comrades of what you are doing to out beloved country."
"Blacks are so fast asleep that soapie writers have to write scenes like that one of #Ntokozo on #Gomora to try shake them out of slumber. White media has has been working hand-in-hand with #ANC to pacify Blacks and keep them asleep. The writers may soon be the new targets."
"#Gomora Ntokozo must be protected all at costs from Zodwa Wabantu! He has a very bright future."
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In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that AKA is not at all impressed with the Covid-19 relief money given to artists. The rapper took to social media and said that he would not be grateful for pennies.
Artists receive a grant of R2 200 while the unemployed receive only R350. AKA has taken to social media to blast the government for offering artists R2 200 per month in relief from the pandemic. The rapper believes that the money is too little and no one can guilt trip him into appreciating pennies.
Earlier this month, Minister Nathi Mthethwa announced that the government would give creatives R2 200 a month for the next three months. AKA took to social media to share his thoughts after a tweep asked him how he felt about the relief.
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