CHANNEL24.CO.ZA | WATCH: BONGILE MANTSAI ON TRANSFORMING INTO A BOXING LEGEND IN NEW FILM 'KNUCKLE CITY'

Sitting down for a chat with Channel24, Bongile told us about life on set, his hectic training regimen, and what he wants South Africans to take away from this film.

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