- Abdul and SK Khoza are starring in the series Kings of Joburg as the Khuzwayo brothers and Mzansi is amped
- SK shared a video on his social media showing them making a toast to finally getting to work together
- The series premiered on Netflix on 4 December 2020
The long-awaited telenovela Kings of Joburg premiered on Netflix on 4 December 2020 and Mzansi television fans were excited about the hype. The Khoza brothers, Abdul and SK were super excited to finally be starring in a series together.
SK took to Instagram and shared a video of himself making a toast with his brother, celebrating the series' release. Kings of Joburg is a six-part series that dives into African masculinities and families.
"We are the Khoza brothers who are from Kwa-Zulu Natal. Now, we're taking Africa to the world, baby," said SK.
SK also shared snippets from an interview that he did with his brother Abdul on his Instagram Stories. He also revealed how finally getting an opportunity to work with his brother was amazing:
"This is something we had always dreamt of growing up. I think it's similar to how we are in real life."
Abdul and SK are playing the role of the Khuzwayo brothers in the telenovela. Abdul plays the role of Lester and SK plays Cyrus. The brothers are super excited to be sharing more of their talent with Mzansi and they are honestly living up to the hype.
In other entertainment news, Briefly.co.za reported that former Miss SA Ntando Kunene ended the year with a bang, buying a new car. Miss South Africa 2016 Ntandoyenkosi Kunene just gave everyone on social media "sbwl" vibes when she announced her latest big girl purchase. Ntando bought herself a car, to end the year 2020 with a bang.
She is definitely ending the year on a high as things just keep getting for her professionally and personally. She has recently published a children's book titled Cory In The Universe and she is what many would "glowing".
Ntando took to Instagram to share a snap of her ride, with her little son sitting on it. She shared a bible verse under the photo.
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