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Bonko Khoza’s Gratitude Overfloweth After “Red Ink” Series Wraps Up

In a special message, Khoza also extended his appreciation to the entire crew and production team. He thanked Showmax, Bomb Productions, Angus Gibson, Zwa Bheka, and Makholwa Moabelo for their trust and support throughout the project.

In a heartfelt note that could rival a Shakespearean soliloquy, award-winning actor Bonko Khoza poured out his gratitude following the conclusion of the Showmax series, Red Ink.

The eight-part thriller, based on Angela Makholwa’s bestseller, has kept viewers on the edge of their seats, and Khoza’s portrayal of Napoleon Dingiswayo, aptly nicknamed “The Butcher” by the media, has left an indelible mark.

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In the series, Khoza portrays the enigmatic character of Napoleon Dingiswayo, also known as “The Butcher” in the media. Alongside him, SAFTA nominee Nqobile Nunu Khumalo delivers a captivating performance as Lucy, bringing Angela Makholwa’s bestselling novel to life on screen.

The stellar cast of “Red Ink” includes Kwenzo Ngobo, Abdul Khoza, Nirvana Nokwe-Mseleku, Bongile Mantsai, Lorcia Cooper, Jo-Anne Reyneke, and Tsholofelo Maseko. Together, they have created a gripping and memorable series that has resonated with audiences.

Taking to social media, Bonko Khoza expressed his gratitude to the viewers and supporters of the show. He thanked everyone for joining them on the incredible journey of “Red Ink” and for embracing the work they put into it.

In a special message, Khoza also extended his appreciation to the entire crew and production team. He thanked Showmax, Bomb Productions, Angus Gibson, Zwa Bheka, and Makholwa Moabelo for their trust and support throughout the project.

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Addressing his co-stars, Khoza expressed his admiration and love for Nqobile Khumalo, who brought Lucy to life with grace and beauty. He also acknowledged Thabo Rametsi, Adjetey Anang, and Zeno Petersen as his brothers, highlighting the bond they formed while working on the series.

Lastly, Khoza expressed his gratitude to his right-hand man, Melvin Luthuli, acknowledging that their collaboration was instrumental in the success of the show.

 

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As “Red Ink” comes to a close, Bonko Khoza’s heartfelt note of gratitude serves as a testament to the dedication and passion poured into the series, leaving viewers eagerly awaiting his future projects.

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