Abdul Khoza is waiting for a new family member

Abdul Khoza is waiting for a new family member

The couple got married in 2019 in a beautiful traditional wedding ceremony. Taking to Instagram he revealed that they are expecting another baby and he is very elated.

He shared a photo of his wife holding her baby bump in a stunning pregnancy photoshoot and captioned it, “I’m so proud of you my love, thank you for trusting me with your womb and with your life. You’re my mother, you’re loved by me,” he captioned the picture.

In 2019, shortly after his wedding, he penned a heartfelt message thanking all the people that made his big day so special and thanking his in-laws for sharing their daughter with him.

“I just want to say thank you to you all for making this day such a success and unforgettable memory in our lives. You all looked stunning in your beautiful attires. I am honored & humbled by your love. Thank you to my in-laws for allowing me the honor of sharing this life with mama,” Abdul wrote.


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Khoza is expected to star in Shaka Ilembe this year. He recently left
Showmax production The Wife, after playing Nqobizitha Zulu on The Wife since the show started.

In a statement, Showmax said “If you’ve been following the lives of the Zulu brothers from the beginning of the telenovela, the formidable crime family has come to feel like your family, too, right? So saying goodbye to Nqoba was never going to be easy, and it certainly has not been easy for Abdul’s co-stars, who have built a strong bond with him from the very beginning of this journey,”

His then on-screen baby mama Zikhona Sodlaka sang his praises and said “He is the scene partner I didn’t know I needed.”

“Mandisa and Nqoba became Mzansi’s most relatable and loved couple. “What an incredible opportunity it is to work with such a talented man,” says Zikhona Sodlaka, who plays Mandisa. “I think our chemistry worked because of how dynamic yet similar our characters are. One is a female version of the other and vice versa. He is the scene partner I didn’t know I needed. We got to play so much on set,” she said.

Mondli Makhoba said ”We were always on our toes because of how good he is. I really enjoyed working with Abdul,” says Mondli Makhoba, who plays the eldest Zulu brother, Nkosana. “I’m really grateful for the relationship we have, both on and off-set. I think the off-set relationship we had made it easier for the on-screen chemistry. I was lucky to have an opportunity to work with him because of how good he is. It was challenging but a good challenge because he always wanted us to push each other to get better every time. He always wanted us to find better and more artistic ways to do scenes. We were always on our toes because of how good he is.”

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