Brothers SK and Abdul Khoza to star together in new series

Abdul and SK Khoza. (Instagram/@skcoza)
Abdul and SK Khoza. (Instagram/@skcoza)

Cape Town - It’s official, Sthembiso ‘SK’ Khoza will star in upcoming Ferguson Films action packed series, Kings of Joburg.

Media mogul and producer Shona Ferguson announced the news by sharing a trailer for the show on his Instagram page.


SK, who left The Queen for this show, will be sharing the small screen with his brother, actor Abdul Khoza.

READ MORE: SK Khoza to leave 'The Queen'

The actor revealed that they will be on this show by sharing images of their characters and captioned it, '#TheBrothersOnAndOffScreen'.

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Before the big reveal, there were reports that SK was shown the door at The Queen because of alleged unprofessional conduct. But it’s seems that wasn’t true as the actor is still working for the Fergusons.

However, Head of PR & Publicity at Mzansi Magic, Philly Kubheka said his departure was due to the actor’s character no longer fitting in with the storyline.

Shaka Khoza was killed off on The Queen Mzansi recently and this didn’t sit well with viewers, so much so that over 26 000 people signed a petition to keep him on.

READ MORE: 26 000 people sign petition for SK Khoza to remain on 'The Queen'

The petition was started by Musa Ngobeni who said the actor "deserves better."

"This petition is to ask the Ferguson Films to either reconsider the termination of Shaka's contract, also known as Sithembiso Khoza. And if the production company cannot do that, to at least give him an honourable send off, after all the years that he has graced our screens," the petition reads.

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