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'''Magic Hlatshwayo''' is a South African actor, director, and pastor best known for his portrayal of a polygamist taxi owner Madlanduna in a television drama series [[Kwakhala Nyonini]]. IN 2002 Hlatshwayo was cast on [[SABC 1]]'s drama series [[Gaz'lam]] to portray Khethiwe's Father he acted alongside  [[Mbali Ntuli]], [[Menzi Ngubane]], [[Linda Sebezo]], [[Siphiwe Mtshali]], [[Camilla Waldman]], [[Siyabonga Shibe]] and [[Manaka Ranaka]].
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'''Magic Hlatshwayo''' is a South African actor, director, and pastor best known for his portrayal of a polygamist taxi owner Madlanduna in a television drama series [[Kwakhala Nyonini]]. IN 2002 Hlatshwayo was cast on [[SABC 1]]'s drama series [[Gaz'lam]] to portray Khethiwe's Father he acted alongside  [[Mbali Ntuli]], [[Israel Makoe]], [[Thembi Seete]], [[Menzi Ngubane]], [[Linda Sebezo]], [[Siphiwe Mtshali]], [[Camilla Waldman]], [[Siyabonga Shibe]] and [[Manaka Ranaka]].
  
 
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==References==

Revision as of 13:58, 12 September 2019

Magic Hlatshwayo
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Born Magic Hlatshwayo
South Africa
Occupation
  • Actor
  • Director
  • Pastor
Years active 1982 - to date
Known for Kwakhala Nyonini
Muvhango
The Queen
Gaz'lam
Spouse(s) Thalitha Hlatshwayo

Magic Hlatshwayo is a South African actor, director, and pastor best known for his portrayal of a polygamist taxi owner Madlanduna in a television drama series Kwakhala Nyonini. IN 2002 Hlatshwayo was cast on SABC 1's drama series Gaz'lam to portray Khethiwe's Father he acted alongside Mbali Ntuli, Israel Makoe, Thembi Seete, Menzi Ngubane, Linda Sebezo, Siphiwe Mtshali, Camilla Waldman, Siyabonga Shibe and Manaka Ranaka.

References

  1. TVSA, Magic Hlatshwayo, 12 September 2019
  2. news24/Drum', Muvhango’s magic man, 12 September 2019
  3. yomzansi, Kay Sibiya, Magic Hlatshwayo, Patrick Ndlovu & more join cast of ‘The Queen’i, 12 September 2019
  4. iol, ‘Caring dads can keep blessers at bay’, 12 September 2019