NAMBITHA Ben-Mazwi returns to the small screens tonight for the 13-part legal/prison drama,
The star will assume the role of Benathi Zwide; a timid yet bold lawyer who has recently been admitted to the bar and is now tasked to solve a high profile case.
a prison on the outskirts of Joburg, is home to some of the most dangerous female prisoners, and the story takes place in two worlds; each as complex and dark as the other.
One is the gritty, fast-paced, and intricate legal realm in Joburg.
A city where the law is held to the highest standard and is the ultimate pillar of order in the community. However, as the story progresses, we learn that corruption and greed can infiltrate even the purest of places and turn men and women alike into monsters, and if caught, they may find themselves in
“We have a stellar cast that captivates the story and ensures all scenes are compelling to the viewer.
“The audience has not seen anything like it before and can expect to be on the edge of their seats,” says Ben-Mazwi.
The drama features seasoned actors such as veteran actress Noxee Maqashalala and is supported by Angela Sithole, Lehlohonolo Makoko, and Thabang Molaba.
“I enjoyed every minute of becoming a criminal law attorney.
“My research into the character and law helped with my role. I wanted Benathi to be an effortless and believable lawyer so my body language in itself is vastly different to what viewers expect.” will air from October 14 – 6 January at 8pm on SABC 1. MUSIC Is King Concert, an international experience brought to South AFrica by U-Live Africa and by the internationally acclaimed DJ and producer Black Coffee, of Soulistic Music, have announced its first wave of performers.
South African hip hop giants Riky Rick and Nasty C will share the stage with Nigerian heavy hitter Burna Boy and South Africa’s sweetheart Lady Zamar. Black Coffee plans a set that has never been seen before, which will feature a long list of special guest performers and friends.
Speaking on the line-up, Black Coffee said, “Having dreamt of Music Is King for so long, it’s great to see it finally come alive. I have had an intense yet amazing year, supported largely by my fans here at home. And what better way to celebrate than right here in Joburg over the festive period with my people”.
Music Is King will take place on December 15, at The Ticketpro Dome, in Johannesburg. Doors open at 4pm. Tickets available now at webtickets.co.za