Lemogang Tsipa and Linda Sokhulu score roles in ‘Killer Front Page’
Talented actors Lemogang Tsipa, Siphesihle Ndaba and Linda Sokhula will star in Mzansi Magic’s new drama series ‘Killer Front Page’.
7de Laan’s Linda Sokhulu and Gomora’s Siphesihle Ndaba will star alongside Shaka Ilembe actor Lemogang Tsipa in Mzansi Magic’s upcoming drama Killer Front Page.
INSIDE LEMOGANG TSIPA’S NEW ROLE
Sunday World reports that Lemogang Tsipa will portray the character of a journalist, Sol Mojalefa Phiri, while Linda Sokhulu will portray a detective, Sis Connie in Killer Front Page.
The show follows Tsipa’s character, whose stale career takes an unexpected turn as he’s afected by his father’s disappearance and motivated by a childhood promise to become the best in his field.
His desperation for recognition makes him fabricate a front-page story and his rivalry with colleague Black Gert (Emmanuel Gweva) and his clash with detective Sis Connie deepens the drama, driving a suspenseful story.
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Killer front page starring Lemogang Tsipa and Siphesihle Ndaba follows the ups and downs of Sol, who, on the way to journalistic greatness, becomes involved in a web of lies, crime, and unexpected romance. His rivalry with… pic.twitter.com/s1qM09bJ7D
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BACKGROUND: ‘KILLER FRONT PAGE’
Mzansi Magic confirms that the drama series Killer Front Page starring Siphesihle Ndaba, Emmanuel Gweva, Chumani Pan and many more stars.
Killer Front Page is Mzansi Magic’s suspenseful new show that challenges ambition, ethics, and cold-blooded murder, produced by Barkers Media, who produced 1Magic’s popular drama How to Manifest a Man
Shirley Adonisi, who is the Director of Local Entertainment Channels reveals in a statement: “With this series, we are delving into new spaces as far as productions are concerned, with the aim of not only entertaining but also setting trends. We hope that this will bring some more drama and intrigue to our Sunday night line-up and will be appreciated by our Mzansi audiences.”