- South African actors and filmmakers stepped out dressed to kill for the annual Simon 'Mabhunu' Sabela KZN Film and Television Awards
- The awards, which aim at recognising the country's talents with a special focus on KZN, were hosted by the talented Khaya Mthethwa
- Stars such as Baby Cele, Thobani Nzuza and Khaya Dladla scooped some of the top awards at the event
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South African celebrities stepped out oozing elegance to attend the annual Simon 'Mabhunu' Sabela KZN Film and Television Awards on 23 July during the Durban International Film Festival.
Themed 'Glam Night At The Sabelas', the event which aims to shine the light on local actors and filmmakers, especially those in KZN, was hosted by the incredible Khaya Mthethwa.
Briefly News takes a look at some of the top winners from the night.
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Baby Cele is a household name in Mzansi entertainment. The veteran actress has starred in a number of productions, including Back Stage, Home Affairs and Uzalo. The star scooped the award for Best Actress: TV for her role in Uzalo.
The talented Khaya Dladla took home the Best Supporting Actor: TV award for his role in Ehostela. His fans took to Twitter to celebrate the big win.
Byron McNeil and Rizelle Januk
Time and Tide stars Byron McNeil, and Rizelle Januk scooped the awards for best actor and actress for their roles in the film.
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Nompumelelo Vilakazi and Khanyisani Kheswa
Nompumelelo Vilakazi and Khanyisani Kheswa bagged the Best New Comer Actress and Actor awards for their roles in Diep City and Vula Vala, respectively.
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In other entertainment news, Briefly News also reported that Menzi Ngubane may be gone, but he will never be forgotten. The legendary actor best known for playing the role of Sibusiso Dhlomo in the popular soapie Generations passed away last year after suffering a stroke at his house.
A post on the late actor's social media page confirmed to Mzansi that a documentary film detailing his life is in the works.
The Instagram post also shared the cover of the highly anticipated doccie titled Ngubs, which is set to be released in August 2022.
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Source: Briefly News