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This is what earned the Muvhango actress R200K a month during Corona

Tebogo Thobejane, the Muvhango actress and businesswoman who was recently interviewed on MacG's "Podcast and Chill with MacG," stunned fans when she announced that for four months she used to make R200k a month.

Her late father, Obed Thobejane, is known to have co-founded Black Like Me and Principal hair products, the famous South African hair brand. However, in any previous articles referencing Mashaba's retelling of how the business came to be, he is not mentioned.

She stated in the interview: "I used to make R200 000 a month during Covid-19... and I did it for four months.”

The actress who appears as a wedding planner on Muvhango said she made this money last year after the lockout, when she went through OnlyFans accounts.

Together with Faith Nketsi, she created Feline Model Management. Thobejane launched a line of waist trainers named Bofa Belts, and a range of makeup called Slay Kit. Tebogo Thobejane owns Rush Productions, her own company, which serves as a mediator between African artists and clubs. Alongside Taboo party SA, Rush Productions works. Rush Productions helped to put together artists such as D'banj, Davido.


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