- Skeem Saam actress Innocent Sadiki has bagged a new reality TV show
- Innocent Sadiki plays the role of Sthoko Seakamela on Skeem Saam
- Innocent Sadiki will star in a new reality show titled Pastors' Wives on a new DSTV channel called HONEY
Innocent Sadiki has bagged a new reality TV show. The Skeem Saam actress will star in a new show called Pastors' Wives on DSTV's new channel called HONEY.
Innocent, who plays the role of Sthoko Seakamela on Skeem Saam, took to social media recently to share the good news with her followers. The star wrote on Instagram on Sunday, 7 February:
"If they didn’t know, now they know. Meet the #Pastors’wives . Coming to your screens this #February. I must be honest I’m nervous about this one, but I know it’s God’s timing. Thank you all for the love, see you on the 19th."
The stunner, who is also a preacher, will star along Nandipha Mlombi, Phume Khethang, Adeyola Da Costa and Anietie Ezeimo. Former Generations (now defunct) actress Sonia Mbele will produce the new programme. Innocent's fans shared that they can't wait to watch the programme. Check out some of their comments below:
"We will be watching that's for sure sis. Congrats."
"Yay... we can't wait."
"We can’t wait."
"Congratulations makhi wam, God is showing up."
"I always save your preaching videos, you don't just preach but you motivate too."
In other entertainment news, Briefly.co.za reported that The Weeknd has been praised for his performance at the Super Bowl LV halftime show. Scores of people took to Twitter to show love to the star shortly after his breathtaking performance on Monday morning, 8 February.
The Weeknd performed with an army of android singers and musicians in his future city. One of the highlights of his show is when the superstar shouted down the barrel of a camera and then jumped down to the field where he danced with a marching band of clones.
Tweeps who watched the show took to the micro-blogging app to applaud The Weeknd following his exciting performance.
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