Isibaya actress's recent picture leaves her fans stunned.
By PennyM | self meida writer
Published 4 days ago - 673 views
There's just something about Zulu women. Maybe it is because they are the majority of women in the entertainment industry. But these women are to die for. They are all beautiful in their different way and represent the African continent. We are definitely blessed to have them in the industry.
Asavela Mngithi is an actress on local soapie Isibaya on Mzsnsi Magic. She has been playing the role of Ntwenhle for four years now. We have grown to love her as an individual and her character of course. We are going to miss seeing her crazy self.
The actress didn't finish varsity but her acting talents will tell you otherwise. She is brilliant. She shared pictures of herself in her favourite colour black. She looks insanely beautiful with the right having an open on the sides. Her waist is very tiny the workouts are paying off greatly. She is giving people a run for the money with this outfit.
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