Dawn Thandeka King, star of DiepCity, has made news after posting a slew of photos from a recent photo shoot at BMW Pietermaritzburg.
After purportedly shopping for a new BMW, she likely couldn’t hide her glee. Mzansi was sent into a frenzy as a series of photos were posted of the recipient posing with a brand new BMW.
No one knows for sure if she paid a lot for the brand new beast or if she just managed to secure an endorsement agreement worth 1,000,000 rand. It’s possible that, after purchasing an Audi earlier this year, she’s added some truly impressive vehicles to her million-rand collection.
She’s closing the deal by living like a celebrity, the icing on the cake of her unparalleled talent. The Instagram images did, however, spark debate over whether or not she actually sold the car or received it as a gift. The actress has not commented on the outlandish rumors, but we may shower her with congratulations either way for the major victories.
Mashenge “Dawns Thandeka King,” an actress from DiepCity, shows off her brand-new R1.4 million car.
But it seems the outgoing actress is a woman of few words; just posting a photo of her with a car and a smile is enough to establish her authority. The actress was spotted driving a brand-new car she had shown off in a series of Instagram posts from 2020.
She plays Bonga’s no-nonsense wife, Mashenge, performed by Hamilton Dlamini. At the outset, she is a determined mother of three who is working hard to raise her children well while living in the dangerous city of DiepCity. Nox, her oldest daughter, is a criminal mastermind behind the recent string of violent heists in DiepCity.
Actress Dawn Thandeka King, from DiepCity
After more investigation, Mashenge has concluded that Nox is responsible for the death of her second son. She went with Nox to her workshop out of rage and saw the terrible results.
Dawn made her debut as an actress on television in the Mzansi Magic serial iNkaba in the year 2012. In this show, she portrayed the recurrent part of Anele, a flirty and gossipy domestic servant.
She had starring roles in a number of theater plays, one of which being Peace in the Valley, which was presented for the first time at the Playhouse Theatre in the year 2000 and was directed by Jerry Pooe.
She gave a performance of her traditional music at the Land Reform exhibition at NASREC in August 2013, and later that year, she was asked to sing at The Plat4orm theater in Bezuidenhoed in Johannesburg for the celebration of Woman’s month in 2013. In the month of November 2013, she also filmed a short film titled “Black Silence.”
Dawn was asked to sing her traditional music once again at The Land Reform Exhibition in February 2014, which was staged in Pretoria at the time at the Event’s Exhibition Center. In addition to that, she was a part of two short films titled Untitled and Hlezephi, which respectively had Rethabile Mathobi and Tony Miyambo serving as directors. The Youth Film Project, also known as Mandela’s Children, was responsible for producing these brief films.
In July of 2014, Dawn received an invitation to be a member of the cast of Eclipsed, which was directed by Warona Seane and performed at the Soweto Theatre for a total of three weeks.
Her breakthrough came in 2015 when she was cast in the lead role of a gangster family’s matriarch in the South African Broadcasting Corporation 1 soap opera Uzalo.
She secured a leading role as Thandiwe on Mzansi Magic’s upcoming serial Diep City in 2021, after being hired as the harsh ringleader Ma Z in the prison drama series Lockdown that aired on Mzansi Magic in 2017. Lockdown aired in 2017.