Yankee Zulu, also known as There's a Zulu On My Stoep, is a South African comedy film released in 1993. The movie received a considerable amount of attention upon its release, specifically in South Africa and Eastern Europe. The film was directed by Gray Hofmeyr and tells an interesting story of friendship. Rhino (Leon Schuster) and Zulu (John Matshikiza) are both South African. Rhino is black, and Zulu is white. Rhino and Zulu easily befriend one another as kids growing up in the same neighborhood. Not long after becoming friends, however, the kids have an altercation, and Rhino and Zulu go their separate ways. Zulu moves to the United States and becomes a car thief, adopting an American accent but never forgetting his African roots. Unfortunately, Zulu is eventually deported to South Africa where he reunites with Rhino whereupon the duo competes with a fascist group called T.U.R.D in a chase for a large amount of money.