‘The show goes on’ at Ubuntu Nest with ‘Kikiza Pride & Joy’

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Fikile Ngidi stars in Ubuntu Nest’s ‘Kikiza Pride & Joy’.
Fikile Ngidi stars in Ubuntu Nest’s ‘Kikiza Pride & Joy’.
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A new play, Kikiza Pride & Joy, written and directed by Makhubalo Ikaneng, is being screened online by Howick-based Ubuntu Nest.

Featuring the talents of actress, Fikile Ngidi, the show can be viewed at 7 pm on February 5 to 7.

Makhubalo Ikaneng said: “There is a popular saying in the culture and entertainment industry that ‘The show goes on’. Kikiza Pride & Joy is Ubuntu Nest’s way to say ‘the show goes on’, albeit online.”

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