Abdul Khoza and Bonko Khoza bagged their first-ever SAFTAs for their roles in Showmax’s telenovela, ‘The Wife’.
E.tv’s ‘House of Zwide’ and Mzansi Magic’s ‘DiepCity’ won big at this years SAFTAs (South African Film and Television Awards).
This year’s SAFTAs will kick off on Friday 2 September with the Craft Awards. The main awards show will take place on Saturday 3 September.
Mpho Popps and Khutso Theledi will be hosting the SAFTAs main show on 3 September alongside ‘Expresso’ presenter Ryle De Morny.
‘I poured every single fibre of my being as an actress into the character,’ said Lea Vivier who scored a nomination at the SAFTAs for ‘Dam’.
Legendary actress Shaleen Surtie-Richards, who passed away in June 2021, has been nominated for a SAFTA for her role in ‘Arendsvlei’.
Tweeps are furious with the SAFTAs for not nominating ‘Gomora’s’ Sannah Mchunu and ‘The Wife’s’ Mbali Mavimbela, who play Zodwa and Hlomu.
‘House of Zwide’, ‘Skeem Saam’, ‘The Wife’ are some of the shows nominated at this years SAFTAs (South African Film and Television Awards).
Actress Winnie Ntshaba, who plays the villainous Faith in ‘House of Zwide’ is praising her on-screen husband Vusi Kunene, who plays Funani.