Muvhango has brought in in two new characters Lebohang Motaung and Kagiso Diseko and to help out with Kgosi’s new loan shark storyline
KK had left a dark legacy for Kgosi, and KK has been involved in shady businesses for a long time; one of those businesses has come back to haunt Kgosi again.
If you can remember, not so long ago, Kgosi was kidnapped and nearly killed by people who were after KK.
It looks like KK’s shady deals have come back to haunt Kgosi. Kgosi has now been thrust into the loan Sharking business. This sees two new characters being introduced in the story. The first character we met is a guy who calls himself Mr A.
Lebohang Motaung portrays Mr A. If you think Lebogang looks familiar, well, you are right. The guy has appeared on so many soapies already, including Rhythm City, where he played the character of Jabu, Mampho’s Suga daddy, who eventually infected her with HIV.
Lebogang has made guest appearances on Zabalaza, Mamello, Inkaba and The Wild.
The second character is Japan and the character is portrayed by Kagiso Diseko, who goes by his stage name Gwyza. Gwyza is now close to joining the legendary group as a performing artist.
Many of you know him as a kwaito artist. He used to perform with the legendary group TKZEE and went on to release his album as well. Gwyza is one of the people who laid the ground for Kwaito artists in the country.
Kagiso has been working on his acting for years now. He has appeared in countless Mzansi Magic stories, and he was also on Zabalaza, portraying the character of Granite. He recently appeared in Lithapo Kgotso, one of the comrades fighting against poverty in the drama series.
Mr A and Japan are about to rock Kgosis’s world on Muvhango. Mr A showed up as one of the people looking after KK’s interests in the loan shark business, and he is going to teach kgosi how to manoeuvre this underground business.
Japan and Kgosi are about to enter into a war with each other. Japan wants Kgosi to give him KK’s money. Gwyza showed love to his new character on his Instagram, telling his fans that he would see them on screen.