Red-hot trou­ble!

Crim­i­nal Mx­olisi is out of jail and fall­ing hard for power-hun­gry cougar Nokuthula.

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Nokuthula is ready to sink her claws into hot­tie bad-boy Mx­olisi. Mon-Wed SABC1 (*191) 20:30

Af­ter more than a month of pris­on­style or­ange over­alls, gross food and worse com­pany, Mx­olisi and Master­mind (Naymaps Mapha­lala and Ntokozo Dlamini) are go­ing all­out to re­store their pride by invit­ing KwaMashu’s glit­ter­ing and glam­orous crowd to a black-tie Get­ting Out Of Jail party on Tues­day 18 Oc­to­ber. But when a gor­geous stranger catches Mx­olisi’s eye on Wed­nes­day 19 Oc­to­ber, he could be walk­ing from one trap into another. The lovely Nokuthula (Khabon­ina Que­beka) is more than a cougar on the prowl. “She’s go­ing to sting the whole of Mzansi,” warns Khabon­ina. “She’s some­thing out of this world. Both men and women are in­ter­ested in her – hope­fully view­ers too when they see her.”


While Mx­olisi’s im­me­di­ately in­trigued, Nokuthula isn’t that im­pressed. “This is what’s so good,” teases a glee­ful Khabon­ina. “When she looks at him she thinks, “Hmm, cute but nah. Time­waster.’ She’s a busi­ness­woman, so if there’s no business within you, you’re wast­ing her time. But then he goes up to her and says, ‘I am Mx­olisi Xulu, this is my party.’ That’s when she goes, ‘Ah! The Xulu fam­ily is quite wealthy and fa­mous, so maybe I could do some­thing here.’ And, oh, he’s gor­geous. I hadn’t re­ally watched the show, so when I got to Durbs and they said, ‘Meet the guy who’s go­ing to be play­ing op­po­site you,’ and then he walked in, I was like, ‘Oh my! Can we start the scene now?’” Khabon­ina laughs.


Get ready for some scorch­ing scenes be­tween Nokuthula and Mx­olisi in the com­ing weeks. “We had a lot of in­ti­mate scenes and cross­ing-the-line kind of scenes,” hints Khabon­ina. “He wasn’t weird about it. Where another ac­tor would say, ‘I don’t want my fans or my view­ers to see me like that,’ he was like, ‘Yeah! That would be so cool,’ or, ‘Oh! I can see their re­ac­tion. Okay,’ so it was re­ally fun for me to play.”

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