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Check Out Durban Gen actress ‘Mrs Dube’ Ladyfair Mngandi’s real-life occupation

Ladyfair Mngandi This week, Ladyfair Mngandi showed off her acting skills on Durban Gen, and the fans of the show met her. In her place was Mrs. Dube, the mother of this week's famous patient. She and her husband went to see Dr. Mthethwa when her daughter, Dineo Dube, needed surgery. Their daughter is also a popular country music singer, and the doctors can't agree on who will do her surgery.

When Mbali falls asleep during surgery, she hits an artery in the patient and kills her right away. This causes a lot of trouble. The couple hoped that this would be a normal procedure and that she would get better. Like a grieving mother, Mrs. Dube comes to the hospital with guns drawn to sue it for killing her child. She uses the media to quickly get fans and the court system to help her.

Mzansi is surprised by Ladyfair Mngandi's real job.

Ladyfair Mngandi has been in the entertainment business for a long time. Her Instagram page says that she is used to hanging out with rich and famous people all the time. She works as a personal trainer and often posts about her work on social media. She also works in the entertainment industry as a dance teacher and takes bookings and clients. She posts videos of herself working out on Instagram to show off how fit she is.

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She also has a part-time job as a lecturer at Physical IQ (GE). She loves what she does, and she's shown her students on Instagram how much she loves it. Even though she loves to act, she rarely gets the roles she tries out for on TV.


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