See Mandisa Vilakazi's New Hairstyle That Left People Speachless
By Jikelele | self meida writer
Published 8 days ago - 0 views
Uzalo actor who came with drama and action on this show has surprised many people with her latest pictures of herself with a new hairstyle.
Mandisa Vilakazi who plays a character named Liyana on Uzalo is one of the good looking young women in the acting industry. She played a part of an obsessed young lady who makes sure she gets what she wants no matter what. Liyana had caused too much trouble in Sbu and Fikile's relationship.
On her recent posts, Mandisa has posted pictures and live videos where she was seen with a new hairstyle that seem to make her even more good looking than before. Mandisa had done a clean hair cut which looks like fade.
This super talented actress has left many people talking and amazed by her new looks. More than a thousand of people reacted to Mandisa's pictures of her new look, even other celebrities like the famous YouTuber and content creator Nelisiwe Mwase also reacted.
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