[WATCH] Kieno appears on 'Arendsvlei' and chats to his TV co-star Cantona James
The broadcaster appeared on the small screen last night when he entered the world of Hoërskool Arendsvlei.
He starred in a scene alongside actor Cantona James, who plays the character of Daniel Lefras, a homeless teenager, in the TV series.
James says Arendsvlei puts a spotlight on the realities and everyday struggles that young people face on the Cape Flats.
The actor says he connects with a number of storylines reflected on Arendsvlei after having personally faced bullying in school following his mother's death.
It tells a true, genuine story, with no filters, about people on the Cape Flats.Cantona James, Actor - Arendsvlei
Everything that happens on this TV series we see every single day in our daily lives.Cantona James, Actor - Arendsvlei
Arendsvlei is a TV drama series that's set in a fictional Cape Flats high school, Hoërskool Arendsvlei.
The show centres around the teens and adults in the classrooms and hallways of the school. It confronts social issues such as mental health, addiction, crime and teenage pregnancy.
The show looks at the turbulent lives of students, parents, teachers at Arendsvlei High School. It's a really captivating series set on the Cape Flats. It's an engrossing drama!Kieno Kammies, CapeTalk host
Listen to actor Cantona James chat to Kieno Kammies about the show and his life:
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