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Vuyo Dabula to star in local mining film ‘Shaft 6’

Vuyo Dabula Shaft 6 policeman

Generations: The Legacy actor Vuyo Dabula is set to add to his film career with a lead role in a local mining thriller‚ Shaft 6, set to hit cinemas next year.

According to reports, Vuyo will play the role of a policeman called to a small mining town after the discovery of a dead body in a mining shaft sparks an uprising among miners. Vuyo and his colleague investigate and try to diffuse the situation.

Delon paid tribute to Vuyo Dabula and said that he fitted the role to the tee.

“He is an incredible actor and from the moment we saw his audition we knew that he was the one we wanted for the role. He had such a strong presence that very few other actors have and immediately drew us in. He has taken to the film really well.”

Although Vuyo Dabula was not available for comment‚ his management said that the star was excited by the project and the challenges his role brought.

“He is extremely excited to be part of the film and has loved his time filming on it. He was thrilled with the opportunity to play such a challenging role and has been working hard. He is embracing the challenge‚” Wesley Mark Gainer told TshisaLIVE.

Source: SowetanLIVE

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DJ Black Coffee Nkosinathi Maphumulo Biography

DJ Black Coffee Nkosinathi Maphumulo Biography

Black Coffee (born Nkosinathi Maphumulo on 11 March 1976) is a South African record producer and DJ. He began his career around 1995 and has released five albums as well as a live DVD under his Johannesburg-based record label, Soulistic Music.

He is arguably the most prominent electronic music producer in Africa. Black Coffee had his big break shortly after being chosen as a participant in the 2004 Red Bull Music Academy held in Cape Town. In September 2015, he won the “Breakthrough DJ Of The Year” award at the DJ Awards in Ibiza, a few weeks after the release of his fifth studio album, Pieces Of Me.



Maphumulo was born in Durban, South Africa on 11 March 1976. He grew up in Ngangelizwe township, in Mthatha, Eastern Cape. In February 1990, as people were celebrating the release of Nelson Mandela on the streets of Ngangelizwe, from 27 years of imprisonment, Black Coffee was involved in a taxi accident that left his left arm paralyzed and changed his life. About the accident, Black Coffee says.

“In the past years this day use to be quite heavy on me, still does to some extent but looking back at how far I’ve come since then I can only be grateful for how this day has shaped me to be the man that I am. 27 years later I choose to celebrate this day…also making a promise to myself to explore everything talent I have and be everything God wanted me to be when he spared my life,”

On the 13th of May 2011, he married actress and TV presenter Mbali Mlotshwa. He has fathered two children with her: Anesu and Asante, and two more from previous relationships: Esona and Lilitha.

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