Brenda Mhlongo is a renowned South African actress who currently best known for the character she portrays as Madonsela on Imbewu. Viewers can rant and evaluate her to Fundiswa all they favor however Brenda is here to stay. It comes as no shock that fans assault a alternative for a character in a show.
This beautiful actress is a mother of three beautiful children whom's names are known as; Zama, Snikiwe, and Nethezeko. She once said that motherhood has been difficult for her since she had to depart them for a while, but she has a close relationship with her children.
As young as she may look, her children have grown so big that her fans sometimes refers to her daughter’s as her sisters. Recently she shared on her Instagram Stories a picture of herself with her incredible son at an airport, this is actually the first time in a very long time that this actress shared a picture with her son Nethezeko.
Isn't this just very cute to see a mother and her son in one picture? Share your thoughts by leaving a comment below, like and don't forget to hit the share button.
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