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Bonko Khoza expresses gratitude as “Red Ink” ends



Bonko Khoza penned a lengthy note of gratitude following the end of the Showmax series, Red Ink. The eight-part thriller tells the story of a journalist turned publicist, Lucy Khambule, who is approached by an imprisoned serial killer to tell his story.
The award-winning actor and voice-over artist plays Napoleon Dingiswayo, nicknamed The Butcher by the media. SAFTA nominee Nqobile Nunu Khumalo plays Lucy in the Showmax series based on Angela Makholwa’s bestseller. The all-star cast also includes Kwenzo Ngobo, Abdul Khoza, Nirvana Nokwe-Mseleku, Bongile Mantsai, Lorcia Cooper and Jo-Anne Reyneke, and Tsholofelo Maseko.

Taking to social media, Bonko appreciated the viewers and supporters; he also thanked the entire crew.

Bonko Khoza

“Just wanted to take this moment to say thank you to all the viewers who came with us on this journey called Red Ink. It was an incredible task that was put before all of us. Thank you Mzansi thank you so much for accepting the work we did and enjoying and sharing and engaging. It really means a lot.”

“Thank you to @showmaxonline, @bomb_productions @angus__gibson @zwabheka and @makholwamoabelo for trusting me with these two complex characters ‘The Dingiswayo Brothers” it was never going to be easy but your support every step of the way was truly so valuable and appreciated. @angus__gibson, for ages we wanted to do something together and you always reassured that it’ll come, and when it does it’ll be just perfect. I’m proud of the work we did and hope it’s only the first of many.”

Bonko Khoza

“@thaboboom , @adzeugah , @zenopetersen I call you my brothers now, we fought a war and came out on top and for that you have my love and admiration 💪🏾”

“@nunukhumalo thank you for bringing Lucy to life in the most beautiful and captivating way. It was not by any means an easy task but you handled it with so much grace. I will forever be a fan of your work. To my right hand man @melvin_luthuli I appreciate you bro. I honestly couldn’t have done it with you. What’s mines is your bro

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In other news – Jackie Phamotse sentenced to 2 years house arrest with R30k fine

Jackie Phamotse has been sentenced to house arrest for two years for making defamatory comments about Basetsana and her husband, Romeo Kumalo.


Jackie Phamotse

The sentencing comes with a fine of R30 000, or 10 months in prison.  She will also have to do 16 hours of community service a month and participate in various programmes. Read more


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