It's lockdown, and what better way to pass the time than than checking up with your favorite celebrities? This time, we decided we'd do something new and show you their twins. Is it to your liking? Continue reading.....
Sindi Dlathu Zanele Dlathu
Let's start with the woman who has ruled the entertainment world for as long as I can recall. Sindi Ndlathi, the River actor, is a very private lady, but she has made her sister Zanele Dlathu public.
Ntando and Thando Duma
Ntando Duma, one of your favorites, may appear on your TV screens now and again, but she rarely brings her sister into the spotlight. She's keeping it private, just like one of our celebrities.
Major League Djs
Bandile and Banele Mbere, the hip hop DJ’s known as The Major League are one of South Africa’s famous twins. Not only do they share similar looks they are also in the same career.
Oros & Prince Mampofu
Oros’s name is Nkokheli Mampofu and his twin brother Prince’s name is Mkhokeli Mampofu.
Twins on Decks
With the help of fellow peers, DJs, and mentors, they began doing in 2009 and have since grown into one of South Africa's strongest DJ duos on the scene.
Blue and Brown Mbombo
Because their unusual names were difficult to pronounce, Blue Mbombo and her twin sister Thandiwe Brown Mbombo changed their names to what they are now. In 2016, Blue was named Mzansi's hottest female celebrity.
Innocent Sadiki and Millicent Mashile
Innocent Sadiki, who is popularly known as Sthoko on Skeem Saam has a twin sister named Millicent Mashile.
Viggy And Virginia Qwabe
For now, these two need no introduction as they were introduced to us last but they are definitely taking SA by storm.
Last but not least…. wait for it you are about to see double LOL!
Nokubonga and Nokwande Khuzwayo
Nokubonga and Nokwanda Khuzwayo both act on Imbew and respectively play the roles of Zakithi and Futhi.
There you have it, don’t confuse your celebs with their twins, please!!!
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