SK Khoza confirms his return to 'The Queen'

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SK Khoza. (Gallo Images)
SK Khoza. (Gallo Images)

After unexpectedly leaving The Queen last year, actor SK Khoza – who played Shaka in the popular series – is set to make a return to the show.

In an Instagram Live video recently posted by the actor, SK and Shona Ferguson can be seen having a conversation about the television industry as well as SK’s role, which he played for four years before his departure.

Towards the end of their discussion, Shona reveals he’ll be seeing SK on set soon. "We’ve been talking, we’ll be talking again, and I’ll see you on set very soon," he says.

"Very, very soon," SK replies.


In a comments section, Connie Ferguson – who co-produces the show – revealed she can’t wait to start shooting with SK again.

"Areshuteng! #cumonwitit Like we need to be balanced real quick!?????? See you soon nana [sic]," she wrote.

In a separate post, SK’s brother Abdul Khoza also shared that Shaka would be returning to the show.

"Well the CAT is out the bag NOW...So I can finally share that my Big Bro. @skcoza is coming back on #thequeen. I cant wait for your debut son and the entire family is beyond excited. We may be in the worst times right now but this is certainly worth celebrating. I wish you nothing but the best and with you I know there's a whole lot of that coming. #HIS-ALIVE!! #SHAKA-Khoza #comebackseason?? #historywillbe?? The BALANCE ME dance . . . [sic]," he captioned a video of SK dancing.

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And although the Fergusons have reportedly confirmed that Dineo Langa won’t be part of season 5 of the show, they’ve revealed that former Isibaya duo Jessica Nkosi and Menzi Ngubane will join the hit series.

READ MORE: Former Isibaya duo find new home with The Queen

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