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Vusi Kunene (Jack Mabaso) Is A Pastor In Real Life



Many people associate him with being ruthless and unforgiving. The bad gangster of Generations : The Legacy Vusi “Jack Mabaso” Kunene is feared on the soapie. But is real life is far from his onscreen persona? The soft spoken Jack Mabaso is a pastor in real life. He also shares many attributes to being a model citizen and a humble celebrity.

Vusi Kunene plays the role of Jack Mabaso on Generations The Legacy, a role characterized by power, cunning, manipulation, and desperation.

The resourceful Jack Mabaso is the epitome of power and known for his ability to solve problems. Onset Minister Walter Nkaba was once shocked and questioned Mabaso’s source of power.

In real life, Jack Mabaso is a soft man but remains highly competitive and a joy to work with.

Jack Mabaso is a pastor in real life

Vusi is a believer and a preacher of the Gospel don’t be deceived by his onset antics, the unforgiving and cunning character, Jack Mabaso is a devoted Christian. He takes Pastoral work seriously even if he doesn’t have his own ministry, mostly he gets invitations from other churches to peach and motivate congregants.

Many can argue that in his mid-fifties, Jack Mabaso doesn’t belong to this social media generation where photos have become important at functions than the function itself. Despite being a bit older Vusi Kunene always takes his time to reciprocate so much love thrown towards him and take photos with his fans.

Generations The Legacy star, like most men, Vusi Kunene is a soccer lover, locally he is a staunch Orlando Pirates supporter who hardly miss Pirates home matches, in Europe Jack Mabaso is a die hard Manchester United fan.

Kunene first developed an interest in his acting at the Shell Road to Fame School of the Arts. In 1991, he registered at Wits School of Drama from where he graduated with a degree in Dramatic Art.

It is during his student years at Wits School of Drama that Jack Mabaso became an active actor making impressive appearances in three different films, Drumbeats, The Line, and the mini-series Rhodes. Kunene proceeded with his studies at Wits with his talent to explore his potential to the fullest.

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Bonang Matheba Undergoes Transformation. This Is How She Looks Like Now




Bonang Unidentifiable In Her New Look.

Bonang had us confused with her new look hardly two weeks after the Queen B moved to New York City to further her career. The media personality and business woman posted an image that had people comparing her to Nikki Minaj.

Media personality Bonang Matheba, who recently jetted off to the US, has told her fans what the trip is for.

Taking to social media, she said she was not in South Africa because she had relocated.

When asked by a Twitter user where she was, Bonang said: “I’ve relocated.. go to my stories”.

Check out her new look below.

Bonang’s people said she has moved to New York City, but will be based in the Big Apple and South Africa.

Last week she flew to New York City and although she did not initially let fans in on why she was there, she posted a video on her Instagram stories of getting a Covid-19 vaccination.

In a video, a nurse administrating the vaccine pulls down Bonang’s sleeve, swabs her arm and says: “That’s good, relax that arm … all right here we go, one small step for mankind”, before injecting Bonang with the Covid-19 vaccine.

Two weeks ago, she sued a local podcaster, Rea Gopane, for R500 000 after a video of him went viral, following the death of her ex-boyfriend rapper AKA’s fiancée, Anele “Nellie” Tembe, in April.

In the video, Goane and his co-host discussed the circumstances around Tembe’s death and how, at her funeral, her father, Durban businessman Moses Tembe, had alluded to his daughter possibly having a problem with substance abuse.

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Get To Know Kea (Kamogelo Molatlhoe) From Rhythm City In Real Life.




Get To Know Kea (Kamogelo Molatlhoe) From Rhythm City In Real Life.

Kamogelo Molatlhoe is a South African actress best known for her recurring role as Keamogetswe in the soapie Rhythm City.

She studied for a Bachelor of Dramatic Art at the University of the Witwatersrand, graduating with Honours in 2017.

She has acted in theatre productions including Poetry Overload vs. Sketching, which had a run at the Market Theatre in Johannesburg.

Kamo made her television debut in a “Living Positive” segment of the SABC1 youth program Bona Retsang, in 2015.

She later acted in an Original Mzansi Magic Movie called The Stick Up, starring Andile Mbatha, which first aired on Mzansi Magic on 18 June 2016.

She subsequently landed the role of Tshepang, an energetic girl who is willing to do anything in life, in the first season of the SABC1 drama series Ingozi, in 2017.

In 2019 she landed the role of Keamogetswe, Reneilwe’s (Amo Chidi) younger sister, on the soapie Rhythm City, making her first appearance on 27 February 2019.

Later that year she landed her first starring role in television when she was cast as Cebile in the SABC2 telenovela Lithapo. The show debuted on 13 January 2020.

Name: Kamogelo Molatlhoe

Age: 25 years

Birthday: 25 February 1995

Birth Place: Soweto, South Africa

Profession: Actress

Education and Qualifications: Dramatic Arts, University of Witwatersrand

“I always prefer to play roles that are different to who I am. My acting debut is when I play the character Gugu on Bona Retsang. I have also played Tshepang on season 1 of Ingozi. These roles challenged me as a new actor,” says Molatlhoe.

She is at the onset of her career but already she is making strides. As she cashes in from her acting roles and sound tech career, her worth lands at $75 000. Still on the rise and is not stopping anytime soon.


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Age Difference Between Gomora Stars Sicelo Buthelezi (Teddy) And Ntobeko Sishi (Ntokozo) Leaves Mzansi In Disbelief




They act as brothers in the hit Mzansi Magic show Gomora and are in the same class too. However, when MzansiNdaba and Mzansi at large learnt about the age difference between two of Gomora’s most loved characters, we were all shook. Sicelo Buthelezi (Teddy) and Ntobeko Sishi (Ntokozo) have a 13 year age difference between them.

The older of the two is Sicelo Buthelezi who was born in 1985.

Who is Sicelo Buthelezi?

Born on 20 March 1985, in Tembisa, Gauteng, Sicelo Buthelezi is a South African actor and musician. He matriculated at Ingqayizivele High School. He started developing an acting interest while in grade 10 and joined a local theatre.

Sicelo Buthelezi plays the role of Teddy who is the son of an alcoholic mother Zodwa (Sana Mchunu). Zodwa’s alcohol troubles affect Teddy who struggles at school.

He also works at Market Theatre Laboratory.


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Who is Ntobeko Sishi?

Ntobeko Sishi, full name Ntobeko Senzesihle Sishi (born 1998 in Durban, KwaZulu-Natal) is a South Africa actor and singer-songwriter best known for playing the role of Ntokozo on Mzansi Magic drama series Gomora.

Ntobeko Sishi studied at George Campbell School of Technology. He has got a Bachelor of Commerce in Economics and Finance at the University of Cape Town (UCT) and Postgraduate Diploma in Management, Entrepreneurship/Entrepreneurial Studies (UCT).


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The age difference between Gomora’s Teddy And Ntokozo has is 13. It is however difficult to see as both seasoned actors are professionals in their trade.

Both Teddy and Ntokozo have kept their love lives a secret even though Teddy has been linked with Isibaya’s Asavela and the two have been spotted getting close lately. They both have kept quiet on the allegations.

They have also both been listed as the most promising stars to come out of Mzansi n recent years by News24.

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