Khakhathi known as KK will be coming back on the screen in Muvhango

Khakhathi known as KK will be coming back on the screen in Muvhango

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It looks like actor Khakhathi known as KK will be coming back on the screen in Muvhango after days of not being on screen. Muvhango is a South African telenovela created and started to be on air in 1997. Over the past years of being on air, it has managed to win the hearts of many people country-wide because it provides the fans with the content that they are actually looking for. It’s their storyline that always makes fans happy with watching the series. Recently the ratings have increased by the content that they serving this time around.
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Today we talk more about Khakhathi Mulaudzi acted by McDonald Ndou. He will be coming back serving the best content as ever as he is known for that. He is one of the few talented actors on the cast and he has been a lead actor for the past years. This time around he is going to blow the minds of fans away. After months of not being on the screen KK will be attempting to commit suicide.

All this will be happening this coming month when his son Kgosi acted by Tebatso Mashishi will get kidnapped by unknown people.We all know that Kgosi never had an easy life, the only thing he wanted was a parent by his side. It broke his heart when his father turned his back on him and did not want anything to do with him. Now it’s unfortunate that Khakhathi will find out late that he has been a bad father.

He is going to find it hard to accept the kidnapping of his son then will try commit suicide.He is going to take pills as he regrets the way he treated his only son that he is left with and who has been supportive to him.Kgosi has been nothing but supportive to him. It’s just unfortunate that he will realise that he has been unfair to him when it’s late. After he realised that he failed his son he is going to drink lots of pills in attempt to take his own life. It’s not yet revealed if he will survive or not. Share your thoughts and follow for more news.