Khangwelo Charlotte Mulaudzi is a South African actress, businesswoman and a qualified economist. She is best known for portraying Sundani on Muvhango. She is the mother of Mulalo Mukwevho's eldest son Thonifho. She has been linked to so many men in the show
Let's take you back in the olden days when Pfuluwani stayed in the royal house of Chief Azwinndini. Sundani who came to the royal house to visit her sister ended up in Azwinndini' hands. The last time Sundani appeared on our television screens she was Tenda's fiancée.
Taking to Instagram, Charlotte shared a video of herself walking inside the garage, testing her new machine. Charlotte has rewarded her good work with a new car. "And when when all the sweat and tears dry up, go ahead and reward yourself beautiful, you work too hard so you deserve all the good things that life has to offer", she wrote.
So many people congratulated her including Simz Ngema whom she worked with on Muvhango and Carol Netshitungulu who plays the role of Mishumo on Muvhango.
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