Experienced screenwriter and director Chris Kew Radebe spoke on his social networks to pay tribute to the late Siabonga Sumo Zuban.

The star testified that he was badly injured by Zubana.

He described Sia, who starred in Gamora, as by nature a talented actor.

Sia was widely known for the role of Sduma in the telenovela, and his death was confirmed Saturday.

“I met Siabong for the first time early last month. He couldn’t look me in the eye and I thought he was one of those actors who is afraid of writers. My colleagues went unconscious from him, although they are all ten years older than him. “He’s so charming,” said one of them with a puzzled look on her face.

“Everyone in the writing room loves this kid, and it’s not just because of his charisma. The boy is a born actor. It is not forced, not in a hurry. It’s just like that. He just is, ”Chris Kew wrote in his Instagram.

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