Zekhethelo's Pictures That Got Everyone talking |Did you Know That She's 40?
The Uzalo production team was obliged to enhance their writing abilities and make some alterations to their plot lines as a result of the show's poor ratings. The audience is looking for something new, not the same old story. Something better than stealing automobiles on a daily basis.
Today we're looking at Zakhethelo' Mhlongo, an Uzalo actress who also happens to be Nkunzebomvu Mhlongo's stepdaughter.
Princess Nyalleng is her real name, yet she plays a weird role in a language other than her own. It's no secret that she isn't (Zulu), yet she managed to master the language as if she were.
She was cast as a Sotho-speaking child who relocated to KwaMashu after her mother died in the SABC drama series. She was compelled to speak the language and did it admirably. She adapted to the language as if she had been up in a Zulu-speaking community.
Nyalleng is a stunning South African actress who, in addition to playing Zekhethelo, is a brand ambassador, a television host, and a radio broadcaster.
Many fans would be astounded to learn that Nyalleng is old enough to be Nkunzi's wife rather than his daughter.
Zekhethelo is older than most of the people she refers to as "mother..." on Uzalo.
Let's all have a stab at it! Nyalleng, how old are you? It's impossible to say how old she is right now, yet she looks so young. KABOOM! Princess Zekhethelo was born on September 4, 1980, and is turning 40 this year (2021).
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