Category Archives: MZANSI CELEBS

Congratulations To Thuthuka Mthembu Aka Nonka From Uzalo.

Thuthuka Mthembu is a South African actress who was born on the 28th Of October 1999 in Johannesburg. She was inspired to pursue acting by Connie Ferguson who played Karabo Moroka on the old Generations cast. Thuthuka rose to fame in 2016 when she joined the SABC1 popular soapie Uzalo. She is playing the role of Nonkanyiso, the girl who accepted marriage from Sibonelo knowing very well that he has another girlfriend.

Thuthuka began acting like a very young girl doing impressions of her favorite characters and always knew that, acting was what she wanted to do in life. She also did commercials when growing up. She went to Durban High School before going to the University of KwaZulu-Natal where she was studying Theatre. She then got her Admission into AFDA, furthering her acting career.

Congratulations messages were floating on her timeline as she shared with everyone the good news. The star shared with everyone that she finally graduated from AFDA and happy to be holding her degree. This is so beautiful Congratulations to her.

Well done girl.

“If only I was born late, I would ask you to marry me” Isibaya actress admits to colleague.

Looking good is a priority while to some it not. We all have different goals and aspirations. Some want to live while some just want to survive. It takes courage to want to look good and be the best version of you.

Pallance Dladla is an actor popularly known for his role on Mzansi Magic’s Isibaya. Where he played the role of Jabulani Zungu. He also starred on Netflix original series Shadow alongside Amanda Dupont.

The actor is known for his afro. It seems he wanted a different look this time. He cut his hair and looks very elegant. He thanked his barberfor an amazing work. “Born in the mud. Raised in the jungle.💈 ✂️ @fabuleux_hair_studio_ Unc Richy I appreciate all you have done to uphold the hood eOrlando East. Asi Phakamise IKasi lethu!!Salute!! ✊🏾”. His fans couldn’t stop gushing over him, including actress Lerato Mvelase who plays his stepmother on the show.

Admitted that if she was his age she would ask him to marry her. But it is still possible relationships where men are younger prove to be lasting.

Dabula from Isibaya left fans amazed with his recent pictures

Chris Q Radebe is popularly acknowledged South African actor and writer. He is proficient and formidable guy who loves his paintings and he is sensible and smart and really embracing. He is famously acknowledged for portraying the position of Dabula Ngubane because the leader of Bhukesini on Isibaya telenovela drama collection on Mzansi Magic. He is talented and he has additionally written numerous TV collection with writing credit on Mamello,Abomama and Single Guys.

He turned into born in Kwazulu Natal on 19th December 1983. He has a brilliant destiny in advance of him and he additionally seemed on numerous TV indicates together with Ifalakhe . He is one of the fine withinside the united states and he’s hardworking and committed to his career. He is likewise kind and beneficiant character and inspiring .

On his latest submit on social media account he left fanatics surprised together along with his current pictures. Please comment, like, click on and kindly share.

The moment Mohale’s sister warned him not to marry Somizi

Somizi Mhlongo is one of the most celebrated celebrities in South Africa, the star who has a career that has spun for more than 20 years is on top of his game both professionally and in the love department.The star who is married to Mohale has been mum over his recent marital woes. The couple went from posting loved-up pictures on the gram to unfollowing each other. Before the engagement, Mohale’s alleged sister had aired her views about what she thinks about their relationship on Somizi’s Instagram comments. Take a look at her views below:

And then Mohale’s sister changed her tune, in a Facebook post, the protective sister pleaded for people to leave her family alone and that she was not ashamed of her brother.

“I’m not ashamed of him and never will be. Please read what you want, watch you want, and conclude what you want, it’s fine it’s your choice,” she said on Facebook.
We wonder if all this has something to do with the present state of affairs in the Mhlongo- Motaung household.

Actress Sheila Khumalo Passes Away

She died on Tuesday, 6 April, at King Edward Hospital in Durban. According to her daughter Zaba Khoza, Sheila’s leg started getting sore on Good Friday. However, before this she was strong and healthy.

“When she woke up on Good Friday, she couldn’t feel her leg. She said it felt weak and so she couldn’t move it. We suspected she was getting a stroke because of the symptoms but we were not sure. Between Friday and Sunday, we thought she’d get better because besides the sore leg, she was generally okay. She was still able to walk and talk. But on Monday she got worse and that’s when we took her to the nearest clinic,” explained Zaba.

At the clinic it was confirmed that she had a stroke and she was transferred to King Edward Hospital, where she died on Tuesday.Sheila appeared on several productions including The Game, Imbewu, Durban Gen and her own production, Malibuye. She also used to perform at Durban Playhouse.

Her younger sister, Barbra Ntombizodwa Msomi described her as an activist and dedicated artist.

She said her sister was passionate about education, community development, issues affecting women and land rights.Growing up she wanted nothing else but to be in the entertainment industry. This was her calling and she didn’t mind dying on stage. It came as no surprise that she pursued arts and performance as a full-time career. At the time of her death she was showcasing her production, Malibuye, a stage play about land. We had been showcasing this stage play around KZN including at the BAT Centre, Playhouse and in Pietermaritzburg. We were hoping to showcase some more after the lockdown,” she said.

Barbra said Sheila’s production will still be showcased in her honour.

Sheila’s funeral will be held at KwaMashu from 9am on Saturday, 10 April and her memorial service will be from midday at the Durban Playhouse.