'Muvhango' star Dingaan Khumalo discusses his role in 'Ha Molefi'

‘Muvhango’ star Dingaan Khumalo discusses his role in ‘Ha Molefi’. Image via X @MDNnewss

‘Muvhango’ star Dingaan Khumalo discusses his role in ‘Ha Molefi’

‘Muvhango’ actor Dingaan Khumalo opens up about his lead role as Ntate Molefi in Mzansi Magic’s drama series, ‘Ha Molefi’.

'Muvhango' star Dingaan Khumalo discusses his role in 'Ha Molefi'

‘Muvhango’ star Dingaan Khumalo discusses his role in ‘Ha Molefi’. Image via X @MDNnewss

The Muvhango actor Dingaan Khumalo stars in Mzansi Magic’s new drama series, Ha Molefi.


TshisaLIVE reports that the Ha Molefi actor Dingaan Khumalo’s character, Ntate Molefi is a traditional and an old-fashioned man.

“I am a newly widowed father, not used to anything out of the ordinary, who believes in his laid-back lifestyle. I love kwaito music and am in love with my gusheshe [BMW 325is] that’s Ntate Molefi for you.”

“I’ve been on TV for 25 years. There were refreshing people and energy and, we had to respect people’s genders, something new which was close to me that I had to practice myself, and I’m proud of myself.”

The show also stars TJ Mokhuane, who portrays Ntate Molefi’s son, Thabang Molefi.

Thabang is a queer teenager from Pimville, Soweto, who has just lost his mother, Mam’ Linda. He is on a journey of healing and self-discovery.

Khumalo adds that his on-screen son is gay and Ntate Molefi struggles with the idea. When Thabang’s mother passes on, his father has to adapt and love him the way he is and tries to live with him under one roof.

TVSA reports that Khumalo is famously known for his bartender role in SABC1’s soapie Generations as Dingaan.

He also portrays the character of James Motsamai in SABC2’s soapie, Muvhango.


Mzansi Magic reports that Ha Molefi is a drama series about a father and son grieving the loss of a mother and wife. The situation forces them to deal directly with the complexities of their relationship.

Shirley Adonisi, Director of Local Entertainment Channels reveals in a statement: “Ha Molefi is an emotional story about a relationship between a grieving father and son. Focusing on the raw and honest emotional turmoil that both face, especially concerning the son’s identity.”

“As the home of local, Mzansi Magic is proud to bring this inspirational story to our audiences and we hope that it will inspire. We hope viewers will recognise and appreciate how a parent’s love can manifest in fear. And how that can either grow or destroy a relationship.”

The upcoming drama series will premiere on DStv (channel 161) on Monday 17 June.