Actor Pallance Dladla has won his first international acting award at the New Vision International Film Festival in the Netherlands. The star won the Best African Actor gong for his role on Netflix‘s original thriller, Shadow in which he plays former detective and specialist, Shadrach ‘Shadow’ Khumalo who quit his job to help people who have been failed by the justice system.
Pallance shared the exciting news on social media. Speaking on the win, he expressed his gratitude sharing in part: “Thank you mama for all your love ❤️ Thank you @newvisioniff for the honor.” Pallance Dladla wins his first international acting award. Congratulations!
In other news – Rachel Kolisi has decided to stop posting her children on social media
Springbok captain Siya Kolisi‘s wife Rachel has explained her decision to keep the pair’s children off social media, claiming fame was getting “too much” and affecting their lives.
The star has made a noticeable effort to avoid posting her children on social media and, when she does, she hides their faces. When quizzed about it on social media recently, Rachel explained her reasons for the decision. It was just getting too much. They started getting stopped and asked to take pictures and they didn’t like it,” she said in an Instagram Stories Q&A session. Read more