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Hollywood star Samuel Jackson was at the South African Film and Television Awards ngoMgqibelo apha eMzansi.Lomakoya wamamovie ugaleleke ngaphandle kwe media fanfare apha kuleli. The crowd went off the hook when he appeared on stage.
Samuel is the biggest banking start in Hollywood, raking over a billion USD at the box office. He has been coming to Mzansi for many years now.
The Saftas were held at Gallagher Convention Centre koMidrand. SABC 3 screened the awards live. It was a night of glitz and glamour with Mzansi celebrities showing off their clothing items styled by Mzansi designers.
But the biggest star of the night was Samuel; he presented Lindiwe Ndlovu with an award as best actress. Lindiwe ebedlala kwi- Little One.
Jackson is considered the most bankable start in Hollywood and movie producers are queuing up to work with him as that guarantees aumholo wesdudla semali after the movie is released. Lindiwe must have been smitten.
AmaSaftas asekunyaka wesikhombisa having been established in 2005. The South African Film and TV Industry badibana to form the awards. Lana kulapho we celebrate and honour the best of Mzansi talent and creativity khona.
Lobaba wakwa Jackson has won numerous awards yena ntlobo kwelakubo eMelika. He has transcended all boundaries and has established himself as a respectable actor.
He has stared in Mafia flicks as well as Sci-Fiction. He was discovered by Spike Lee of 40 Acres and A Mule Production Company.
The two had the audience in stitches during the BET Awards when they mimicked Jay Z and Kanye West N%$#@s in Paris hit.
Kuthe makufika isikhathi sokuthi labo sebashona, the Saftas failed to mention Reeva Steenkamp who was part of the crew that took part in Tropika Island of Treasure.
Reeva died on Valentine’s Day shot four times through a bathroom door.
By Siphiwo Nkonki