#TheQueenMzansi’s plan to raise Shaka from the Dead

#TheQueenMzansi’s plan to raise Shaka from the Dead

What we know is that the viewers can’t wait to see the return of their favourite, Shaka who was killed, and they are hoping for more heat from the show.

Soapie fans were thrilled to learn that The Queen’s Shaka (played by SK Khoza) would be making a return to the show after he was controversially killed off the show 7 months ago. Many were left baffled as to how Shaka would be incorporated back into the show. iHarare has learnt of the 4-1-1 on how the show’s producers skillfully planned to raise Shaka from the land of the dead.

Shaka’s character is set to return to ruffle some feathers. SK Khoza exclusively revealed that his character would return a different person. ”

#TheQueenMzansi’s plan to raise Shaka from the Dead

“After Shaka was allegedly killed by his brother, he had some time off to gather his thoughts for almost seven months. He will return as a different person who will no longer be the Shaka that everyone knew since the inception of the show, who is the glue of the family”.

The Queen has been getting major talking points both good and bad on social media after they allegedly fired fan favourite Kea, played by Dineo Moeketsi. The Fergusons denied firing her.

On his return, Shaka added: “After the incident where Kagiso tried to kill him, it will be difficult for him to know who he can trust and who he cannot trust. He won’t even trust his favourite uncle Brutus,” he said.

#TheQueenMzansi’s plan to raise Shaka from the Dead

The 31-year-old actor SK Khoza refuted reports that he was fired from The Queen.

“We live in a country where people like to speak before they know all the information and facts and they rely on hearsay. About seven months ago, news about the character dying came out about at least a month before the character died”, he said.

Khoza added, ” It hurts how people were happy to say I am a hard person to work with and how I make production difficult. It is painful because all those things were not true”.

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