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Imbewu actress Fikile shows her interest in farming leaving Mzansi speechless


South African actress Phindile Gwala is one of the most loved actresses in Mzansi, a lot of fans looks up to her and her bubbly personality is what the love about her the most. Phindile has been in the entertainment industry for many years and she is regarded as one of the best actresses. She made her acting introduction on Muvhango in 2012 however declared her renunciation five years after the fact, to push her image. She's shown up in different flicks and anticipates more years on the scene.

Phindile Gwala-Ngandu has been hitched twice. Her first spouse is presently late. She was lucky to discover love before long in the arms of another man, who'd later turned into her significant other, Armando Ngandu. Strangely, as Phindile Gwala-Ngandu, Armando has a kid, a little girl called Lola, from a past relationship. Right now, the two are centered around their children too constructing their association. One thing that is as of now not on the table is having more children. The discussion on having more children may come up later on, as per them.

Her marriage to Armando has been going quite well for and she happily married. The actress recently took fans by surprise after revealing her gardening side in her recent post. She posted pictures of herself while visiting her mother she revealed that they are already reaping their vegetables, she showed her favs onions, carrots and many types of vegetables and it seems she enjoys farming. Fans were surprised to know that Phindile being the slay queen she is, she has also other sides to her and farming is one of them.

Thus shows us that actress is a woman of many interests, she showed that her interest in farming is very big and ger other is a successful farmer. This is a really good example to the youth and we should also consider going into farming.

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