The Wild - The Lebones

2011-04-05 15:40
 

The Lebones


Marang Lebone is an extremely intelligent and influential presence, who, on the surface, comes across as being selfless and kind. Tragic circumstances propelled her prematurely into the role of mother and protector of her two young brothers, Tiro and Khumo. For their safety and wellbeing, she would fight off any enemy with her full might. Played by Connie Ferguson.

Tiro Lebone is the millionaire who has everything, but the love of his life. He stands out as honest and full of integrity. He is the most eligible bachelor who gets the attentions of all women yet he is still hasn’t met a woman that captures his heart. Played by Putla Sehlapelo.

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Khumo Lebone is the life of the party and devoted husband to Diksie. Red carpet events, personalised plates, overpriced Italian suits, luxury cars, designer outfits for the Durban July – flash and pomp is what Khumo is about. Having lived his entire life under Tiro’s shadow, Khumo just wants some success of his own. Diksie is Khumo’s cheerleader and rock; her unwavering love and belief in Khumo gives him the confidence to keep trying to succeed. Played by Nathaniel Ramabulana.
 
Diksie Lebone is the loving wife of Khumo Lebone. She is his rock – protective, supportive and passionately in love. She will passionately defend her husband’s dreams because she wants him to succeed. His success is her success; it validates her and makes her acceptable to high society. Played by Lele Ledwaba. 

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