It's lockdown, and there's nothing better to do than find out what your favorite celebrities are up to. This time, we thought we'd try something different and show you their twins. Does it appeal to you? Continue to read....
Sindi Dlathu Zanele Dlathu
Let's start with the woman who has run the entertainment business for as long as I can remember. Sindi Ndlathi, who starred in The River, is a very private person, but she has made her sister Zanele Dlathu known to the public.
Ntando and Thando Duma
One of your favorite actors, Ntando Duma, may sometimes show up on TV, but she doesn't usually put her sister in the spotlight. She is hiding it, just like one of our famous people.
Major League Djs
Bandile and Banele Mbere, better known as The Major League, are South Africa's most famous twins. Not only do they look the same, but they also work in the same field.
Oros & Prince Mampofu
Oros is called Nkokheli Mampofu, and Prince is called Mkhokeli Mampofu.
Twins on deck
They started doing it in 2009 with the help of their peers, DJs, and mentors. Since then, they have become one of the most powerful DJ duos in South Africa.
Mbombo Blue and Brown
Because their names were hard to say, Blue Mbombo and her twin sister Thandiwe Brown Mbombo changed their names to what they are now. In 2016, Blue was named the most popular woman in Mzansi.
Millicent Mashile and Innocent Sadiki
Millicent Mashile is the twin sister of Innocent Sadiki. On Skeem Saam, Innocent is known as Sthoko.
Viggy and Virginia Qwee
For now, we don't need to say anything about these two because we met them last, but they are definitely taking South Africa by storm.
Last but not least, get ready to laugh twice as much as usual.
Nokubonga and Nokwande Khuzwayo
On Imbew, Zakithi is played by Nokubonga, and Futhi is played by Nokwanda Khuzwayo.
So, now you know: don't confuse famous people with their twins!!
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