Gay archetype sets limitations on the gay community

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Versatile Khaya Dladla shows that diversity among gay actors is possible with latest role in eHostela. Photo: Instagram
Versatile Khaya Dladla shows that diversity among gay actors is possible with latest role in eHostela. Photo: Instagram

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Stained Glass TV is a production house known for giving us some of the hottest local television shows, not to mention its long list of accolades for an array of shows, including the SABC 1 soapie, Uzalo, which has won it consecutive awards since 2016.

Founded in 2010, Stained Glass TV was soon on the rise after cracking the code of South African television, and had shows on DStv channels, SABC 1, Mzansi Magic and e.tv.

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