A businessman, philanthropist and so much more, here are six fast facts about actress Pearl Thusi’s ‘husband-to-be’, Shaun Bonett
The ‘Queen Sono’ actress has been hinting her relationship with Bonétt after her failed engagement with Robert Marawa in 2017.
TV personality Pearl Thusi is seeking to adopt the five-year-old daughter from a drug addict relative.
Pearl Thusi shared her fondness for Jacob Zuma with her Twitter followers who joined in with some hilarious Msholozi memes and videos. Have a look!
‘Queen Sono’ actress Pearl Thusi is trending on Twitter for the wrong reasons again. This time its her ‘happy lockdown’ post.
Netflix was nominated for 45 SAFTA awards. It’s the first time since the brands’ launch that they have been able to enter Original content.
Pearl thusi got into a heated conversation on gender equality and later addressed her haters saying they help her make more money.
Netflix South Africa recently confirmed that ‘Queen Sono’ starring Pearl Thusi has been cancelled due to COVID-19.
The past two decades have seen an upsurge of stories from Africa. Netflix is now putting the continent and her creative industries on the global map.
Netflix announced on 28 April that its first African Original series, Queen Sono, has been renewed for a second season. Here’s what we know.
The long-awaited series was released on Netflix in almost 200 countries, but for one fan who couldn’t stream it, ‘FOMO’ seemed to be too much to bear.
The who’s who of South Africa’s entertainment industry showed up in their finest to show support for Netflix’s first African Original series, ‘Queen Sono’, at its world premiere on Thursday 27 February.
Queen Sono cast members Chi Mhende and Sechaba Morojele talk about Netflix’s first African Original series, which premieres on 28 February 2020.
The six-part action-packed series ‘Queen Sono’, starring Pearl Thusi in the lead a role, is coming to Netflix on 28 February 2020. Here’s what you need to know.
Shot on African soil, spy series ‘Queen Sono’ promises to keep you on the edge of your seat when it premieres in February 2020 on Netflix.
Pearl Thusi is set to star in the lead role. Also starring in Africa’s first Netflix Original Queen Sono is Vuyo Dabula, Enhle Maphumulo, Loyiso Madinga,, Chi Mhende, Rob Van Vuuren, Khathu Ramabulana, Otto Nobela, Connie Chiume, James Ngcobo.
The drama tells the story of a secret agent who fights crime while dealing with personal crises in her life.