Mapaseka Koetle is no stranger to comedy, having played Didi on ETV's Scandal in a comedic role. She's also known for her Moqoqo Friday sketches, which she shares on social media on Fridays and are funny and satirical.
Sebotsane will portray Bra Pantsula, Welile Nzunza will portray Tshiamo, Chantal Stanfield will portray Jade, Duane Williams will portray Angelo, Meme Ditshego will portray Refiloe, Bahle Hadebe will portray Kopano, and Mapaseka Koetle-Nyokong will portray Puleng.
According to the Daily Sun, the comedy series, titled Ak'siSpaza, will premiere in early April and will concentrate on a Soweto family.
The family owns a small supermarket in Kliptown, Soweto, according to the channel, and they must face the difficulties of working together as a family.
“Issues surrounding customer support, creative marketing, and managing staff are all complications every businessman has to face,” SABC's head of PR, Zandile Nkonyeni, said in an interview with the Daily Sun.
Sebotsane will be reprising his role as Philane, a sensitive rugby player, in the SABC2 sitcom Stokvel, which he played from 2006 to 2012. In 2007, he appeared in the Afrikaans show Andries Plak on SABC2.
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