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Money Is Good: See Actress Asavela Mngqithi expensive lifestyle in Pictures

Asavela Mngqithi is well recognized for her role as villain Ntwenhle Ndlovu Ngubane on Isibaya. Ntwenhle was a youthful rebel queen who was adored by people because she was relatable. She was Mandla Ndlovu's daughter, and she was played by Bongani Gumede. Due to a dramatic reduction in viewership during the production cycle, the Mzansi Magic telenovela Isibaya was canceled.

Asavela Mngqithi

Isibaya was dubbed an old school telenovela by millennials due to its archaic narrative. They moved to SABC 1 soaps like Uzalo, which gathered millions of viewers and climbed to the top of the Mzansi soaps ratings.

Some of the cast members of Isibaya have subsequently moved on to other projects, while others are still looking for work. Asavela, the Princess of Gun Violence and Crime, has been passed up for a role in one of the country's most popular soap operas. Uzalo or Generations: The Legacy would surely benefit from having an actress of her quality in their casts.

Asavela Mngqithi appealed for a role in the Mzansi Magic drama series Abomama Mzansi, which is about gangs and crime, after Isibaya.

Despite the fact that the Isibaya gig cost Asavela money, she continued to live a luxury lifestyle. When it comes to her romantic life, the 26-year-old mother of one keeps a quiet profile. She made news when she was thought to be in love with a married man.

Asavela MngqithiAsavela Mngqithi: Image Credit @Instagram

Asavela Mngqithi is the daughter of Mamelodi Sundowns coach Manqoba Mngqithi, who raised her. She is involved in the mining industry. She owns both a quarry production company and an event management company. Sis is a sucker for nice things; despite how ordinary she appears and dresses, she has top-of-the-line cars and never misses an occasion to indulge herself.

Asavela MngqithiAsavela Mngqithi: Image Credit @Instagram

Asavela is able to augment her income with advertising engagements thanks to all of the attention she receives for her brand and impact. She recently accepted a position with Vaseline and announced her acceptance on Instagram.

Asavela MngqithiAsavela Mngqithi: Image Credit @Instagram

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