1. Azwi Rambuda
Azwimmbavhi Rambuda is a South African actress best known for her role as Mpho Ravele in the SABC soap opera "Muvhango." Even though she has been in a lot of TV shows, she is widely considered to be one of Mzansi's best actresses.
2. Lerato zah Moloi
South African actress and producer Lerato Zah Moloi is best known for her roles as Princess Kefilwe Kwena in the Mzansi Magic series The Tub and Detective Madikgetha on the etv soap opera Opera Rhythm.
3. Maumela Mahuwa
On March 16, 1980, Maumela was born. She was born in Sinthumule, Gogobole, Limpopo. She is 40 years old, and on March 18, 2021, she will be 41.
Before the show starts, Maumela fills out her matrix. She didn't get into any acting school, but your wife runs a film school in Maboneng for African-American films. It just started to have its own identity and to offer filmmaking classes.
4. Candy Madigimisa
Candy Madigimisa is a South African actress and businesswoman who was born on April 30, 1991. She is known for her role as Sharon Shaz Mukwevho in Muvhango SABC2, and she is an Audi brand ambassador in Polokwane.
5. Maduvha Madima
Maduvha Madima is a South African-American singer and actor or actress who sings Afro-pop and gospel music and also acts. She is most well-known for playing Vele Rambulana on the SABC2 soap opera Muvhango. She also played a small role in the movie Gaz'lam.
6. Shudufazzo Musida
Shudufhadzo Musida is a South African model and beauty pageant winner who was named Miss Southern Africa 2020. She was born on July 18, 1996. She is the first winner from the province of Limpopo. She can speak Venda, and South Africa chose her to represent the country at Miss World 2021. Musida was the first woman who was bald to win the title of Miss Southern Africa. She is a strong supporter of mental health awareness and even a spokesperson for giving women and children more power.
Makhadzi is the stage name of Ndivhudzannyi Ralivhona, who is a South African singer. Your woman was born and raised in Ha-Mashamba, Limpopo. Her songs "Themba muthu" and "Matorokisi" are well-known.
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