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A very low-key Zone 14 launch party was thrown in Orlando yesterday and even though you could have mistaken the set for a nunnery headquarters, you should know by now that nothing misses The Spy's eye.
HFirst in the line of the accused was Tembi Seete and her screen lover Patrick 'King' Sibiya. Those two's chemistry is going to burn the set props one day. And they seemed to fear that fact too, tip-toeing around each other. Love is such a scary thing.
HMpho Molepo, who plays Digger, is a whirlwind of talent and seems to know it too. But The Spy was impressed with his projection of himself although he tends to border on the arrogant.
HI don't know whose bright idea it was to give the already pompous Tshepo Ngwane a doctor's role because I swear the boy keeps forgetting he ain't the real thing.
HConnie Chiume, who plays Stella Moloi, was a bundle of nerves at the sight of The Spy. You could have sworn she had seen a vulture, ravishing as I was.
HErnest Msibi, who plays Vuvu, is a real prima donna, even behind the scenes. I wondered about his sexual orientation, although that's a topic for another day. While other cast members came to worship The Spy, he just sat there doing his own thing as if The Spy was not even in the building. Strange.
HI caught a glimpse of the devastatingly gorgeous and very married Tony Kgoroge, who is now the brains behind the production (Mr Director, to you). My heart skipped a million beats. S'thandiwe is a lucky woman.
HI combed all of Orlando in search of Sindi Khambule, who used to play the role of King's wife, and she was nowhere to be found. Anyone who knows anything about darkies will know that her character is an annoying necessity to the production.
Instead I stumbled upon a disorientated Brickz who looked like a hobo in his snazzy Beemer. And they say he has a nation of women panting after him. Sies, man.