Shaka of The Queen fame wows Limkokwing

Sthembiso Khoza
Sthembiso Khoza

True to its industry hallmark, this week, the Limkokwing University organized a surprise campus visit by one of South Africa's biggest actors, Sthembiso Khoza known for his role as Shaka in the popular telenovela The Queen.

The talented actor who has been in the country for a holiday had a brief motivational session with students from the Faculty of Communication, Media & Broadcasting where he shared his inspirational life story and the entertainment industry success secrets.

He stated that he was really impressed by the caliber of students he engaged with as well as the University’s ecosystem, which is designed to celebrate cultural diversity while nurturing talent amongst students to bring out their best ideas. Khoza said he looked forward to future collaborations with the University more especially the Film School where ideas and talent can be exchanged and exported in the near future. 

The University’s Founder President, Professor Emeritus Tan Sri Dr Limkokwing’s push in applied skills training, Limkokwing University offers the latest programs and exposes students beyond the norm through such initiatives. Limkokwing students posses the most sophisticated tools and always dominate when they apply themselves, it has been observed.


Furthermore, the university continues to create the most unique environment that fulfils the creative needs of young people. An environment that is professionally equipped for the 21st century learning where government, industry and academia collaborate to focus and empower the next generation of creative thinkers through creativity and innovation.

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