The cast of DStv’s number drama series The Queen has returned back to work just in time before they completely run out of new episodes. The national lockdown forced production houses across the country to pause their shooting schedules as the country introduced tough methods to fight off the coronavirus. Ferguson Films (producers of The Queen) speaking to Sunday Times admitted that they only had enough episodes to last until the first week of May.
We will not be able to deliver that content by the end of May. There’s so much going on behind the scenes. We are thinking about how we’re going to survive as a company, but not only that, we are thinking about how are we going to help our people.
The lockdown regulations have now been relaxed and production houses have been allowed to return to work. Actor Vuyolwethu Ngcukana who portrays Schumacher on The Queen, took to Twitter to share his first day back at work since lockdown. He also shared that things are different on set but he is thrilled to be back on set.
First day back at work since lockdown, so many changes and new challenges but I’m absolutely thrilled to be back on set 🙏🏾 pic.twitter.com/6vTIVUGwrH
— Vuyolwethu Ngcukana (@vuyomse) May 2, 2020
In other news – Lerato Mvelase clears the air on her comments on single mothers
Actress Lerato Mvelase has cleared the air on her comments about single mothers, after sparking a fierce debate on the topic this week. Lerato caused a stir when she shared a post on her Instagram saying that not all baby mamas have drama.
She said some of them have degrees, good jobs, work hard, never complain and simply get on with raising their kids. Raise your hands – these are my type of mamas and today I choose you,” she said. While her comments divided fans, the star returned to the platform to explain that her post was not meant to disrespect single moms who don’t have degrees or are unemployed. Read more