Bonko Khoza believes ‘The Brave Ones’ producer Akin Omotoso is one of the best things that has ever happened to the SA film industry.
Abdul Khoza and Bonko Khoza bagged their first-ever SAFTAs for their roles in Showmax’s telenovela, ‘The Wife’.
The production company behind ‘The Wife’ has announced that Wiseman Mncube will be replacing Bonko Khoza as Mqhele.
Actor Wiseman Mncube, who plays Sibonelo in ‘Uzalo’ has replaced Bonko Khoza for the role of Mqhele Zulu in ‘The Wife’ telenovela.
Actor Bonko Khoza, who exited the role of a taxi driver Mqhele Zulu in ‘The Wife’ says he’s taken the character as far as he can.
After two seasons as Mqhele Zulu in ‘The Wife’, SAFTA-nominated actor Bonko Khoza is leaving the much-loved series.
Showmax has partnered with Actor Spaces to bring YouTube masterclasses starring Bonko Khoza, Ayanda Sithebe and more.
From ‘The Neighborhood’ to ‘Relatively Famous’, here’s how Bonko Khoza from ‘The Wife’ keeps himself entertained.
South African actors Vuyo Dabula, Bonko Khoza, Siphesihle Vazi and Mpho Sebeng will star in a new Netflix blockbuster titled ‘Collision’.
Talented actors Bonko and Lesego Khoza celebrated a year as a married couple in a stunning photoshoot on 13 March.
‘The Wife’ star Bonko Khoza helped himself to an unsuspecting woman’s meal at a restaurant…You truly have to see it to believe it!
‘The Wife’ season finale: Hlomu mourns the death of her baby and her ex-boyfriend – Sandile then sleeps with Qhawe – Mqhele’s brother.
‘The Wife’ actor Bonko Khoza opens up about his new role as Zakhele on SABC1’s romantic comedy – ’13 Weeks to Find Mr Right’.
Bonko Khoza who stars as Mqhele in ‘The Wife’ has landed a lead role in new rom-com ’13 Weeks To Find Mr Right” as Zakhele.
Talented actor Bonko Khoza – who plays Mqhele Zulu on ‘The Wife’ is happily married to actress Lesego Khoza in real life.
Readers of ‘Hlomu The Wife’ have warned viewers of the series to not get attached to Mqhele as he’s going to break Hlomu’s heart.
Khoza has been named actor of the week by Actor Spaces who celebrate excellence in the African film, television and theatre industry.