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#TimeOut with Kenneth Nkosi

Kenneth Nkosi joins Udo in studio for a "TimeOut" from his busy schedule, to talk all things sport and to share more about his life off screen.

Nkosi is one of South Africa's most loved actors, and we all remember him from Otelo Burning and from the movie that filled out cinema's across the country in 2009, White Wedding, where we couldn't get enough of his quirky character.

What many of Nkosi's fans don't know is that he is a serious Orlando Pirates fan, he admitted to Udo that he was the "team doctor" growing up because although he loved the sport he was no good on the field.

It dates back, I must have been 7 or 8, my aunt was a huge Orlando Pirates fan, she's from Orlando, and she used to take me to the stadium with my cousin. To me it was never about soccer, I didn't even understand it, it was just the environment when you get into the stadium. We really really enjoyed going to the stadium!

Kenneth Nkosi, on how his love affair with soccer began

Listen to Udo's amiable conversation with Kenneth Nkosi below:


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