HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO ACTOR AND MUSICIAN KB MOTSILANYANE

 

 

KB Motsilanyane is a South African actress best known for appearing on 7de Laan as Lesedi and on Backstage as KayBee.

KB Motsilanyane rose to fame in Mzansi when she starred in the show Backstage that was on etv. She remained with etv after Backstage was cancelled and Rhythm City began airing. The actor joined Rhythm City as part of the original cast, and left the soapie in 2015. She later joined 7de Laan in 2017, which airs on SABC 2 and is in Afrikaans. In 7de Laan, she plays the role of Lesedi.

KB Motsilanyane is a divorced woman who was once married to Terry Pinana. KB Motsilanyane and Terry, according to Daily Dispatch, separated in 2007. After that, she was engaged to businessperson Nico Matlala although that did not work out. KB Motsilanyane and Nico split, which happened in late 2016, was a rough one by her own account. There were allegations that Nico kicked her out.

KB Motsilanyane was born on 08 April 1979. KB Motsilanyane is 41 years old as of 2020.

KB has been in the entertainment industry since 1999 so it is safe to say that she has enough experience to know what it takes to succeed. Over the course of her career, she has worked with the likes of Pam Andrews, Connie Chiume, Kelly Khumalo, and Wright Ngubeni among many others

congrats: Pearl Thusi reveals wedding plans👰

 

Pearl Thusi hasn’t dropping on being married to the love of her life, as she needs having a marriage celebration. The actor shared videos of herself taking note of late Lucky Dube songs and she or he appear extremely excited as she American ginseng on.n

Ine video shared on her Instagram stories, Pearl discovered that Lucky Dube should be compete on her day.


However, the mother of 1 hinted on being during a romantic relationship with a white guy, however she’s been keeping her sexual love extraordinarily non-public, going fans to guess.

Speaking of her acting career, Pearl has hustled her thanks to the height as she’s been in Siam shooting a global action series and it’s an enormous dream come back true, despite the cancelling of reserves Netflix original series, Queen Sono.

Dr Tumi And Wife Arrested For Fraud

 

Gospel Musician Dr Tumi and his partner were discharged on R3000 bail every by the industrial Crimes court sitting in Palm Ridge on Tuesday.

The couple Dr Tumi, real name Tumisang Makweya and Kgaogelo Makweya bimanual themselves on Tuesday to the Hawks and were in remission and charged with fraud amounting to R1.5 million.

According to the Hawks, it’s alleged that the suspects, Doctor Tumi (39) and his partner Kgaogelo (36) were listed as committee members at a non-profit organisation, allegedly submitted altered grant application documents to the National Lotteries Board for approval of funds on comes in 2018.

Further investigation disclosed that the couple along side their co-accused World Health Organization has since been discharged on R5000 bail every, Chistopher Tshivule (46) and Thomas Ndadza (48) allegedly altered data on the documents submitted to the National Lotteries in Sept 2018 that resulted within the quantity of over R1.5 million being transferred into a non-public checking account,“ Hawks aforesaid during a statement.

The couple allegedly benefitted roughly R760 000 from the funds. “They bimanual themselves in at the metropolis workplace escorted by their lawyer and were afterwards charged for fraud.

They appeared within the Palm Ridge Specialised industrial Crimes Court nowadays and were granted bail of R3000 every. The case was deferred to 07 could 2021 for docket revelation.

 

HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO BIG ZULU.AS HE TURNS 35

 

The star has been in the industry for quite some time now and he has been able to dominate his talents in every aspects.

Taking to Instagram, Big Zulu shared an adorable picture of himself as he wishes himself a happy birthday.

He captioned: “Ngiyabonga baba ukungigcina kuze kufike lolusuku

Ngiyabonga Happy Birthday to me”

Let’s take a look at some few details about the star:

Big Zulu is a South African actor, songwriter, and rapper born on the 7th of April 1986 in Bergville, South Africa.

He is known for his killer rap lyrics, although the title of The King of Rap, which he got at the contest held by Back to the City in 2013, was among the events in his career that propelled him further.

Back to the City is one of the biggest hip events in Africa, if not the largest.

Big Zulu did not jump straight into music as soon as he could do so. He was first a taxi driver until 2008 when he decided to dive into the music scene.

In 2009, Siyabonga Nene began writing, creating, and performing his own music in the Inkabi rap genre.

 

Somizi Finally Cuts Ties With Mohale

We have gathered by now that Somhale is going through a rough patch in their marriage seeing how they rarely post each other on social media. It even came from the horses mouths that they are currently getting tested in their marriage, however they are trying to lie-low and keep their private lives private and not for public consumption.

Somizi Finally Cuts Ties With Mohale

From two extravagant weddings which left Mzansi drooling to now being an estranged couple, many have come up with their own conspiracies as to what transpired in their marriage. The couple has been haunted by divorce rumours for a very long time now and being public figures does not make matters any easier.

Somizi Finally Cuts Ties With Mohale
Firstly, people noticed the most obvious which is their absence from each other’s social media. Neither of them have been posting each other on Instagram and Twitter. Secondly, when the rumours started Somizi Mhlongo deleted tons of pictures which included Mohale Motaung. Now, Somizi has unfollowed Mohale on both Instagram and Twitter.

 

HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO TV HOST AND SAFTA-AWARD WINNING ACTOR NOMSA BUTHELEZI-SHEZI

 

While she has achieved a lot in her career, the TV personality is very private when it comes to her personal life.

Fans are beginning to get to see who she really is in her new role as a TV host.

 

Her brand has grown immensely over the years and she was thrust in the spotlight as a #OPW presenter, there isn’t a lot of information out there about her so we have decided to compile a list of some things that you probably didn’t know about Nomsa.

She was born on the 7th of April 1982.

 

She is a seasoned actress, her CV is very impressive, she has been on Muvhango, Isibaya & Abo Mzala.
Nomsa Buthelezi is a South African actress best known for her role as Awelani in the SABC2 soap opera Muvhango and for hosting the Mzanzi Magic reality show Our Perfect Wedding. She was born on 7 April 1982 and raised in Alexandra. She has been a theatre actress for seventeen years, and after she shot a television advert for Absa, she decided to venture into television in 2007. She has featured on different national shows as well as on several local drama productions.

 

 

She is also known for playing a female Metro police officer who falls in love with a taxi driver in a Vodacom “Summer Loving” commercial, from 2008-2009. In 2011 she landed the starring role of Thandi, a no-nonsense domestic worker, in the SABC1 sitcom Abo Mzala. In 2013 she starred as Dudu in the Mzansi Magic sitcom Samsokolo and the following year had a starring role in the Vuzu sitcom Check Coast. She also plays the role of Ma Mnisi on the Mzansi Magic soapie Isibaya, debuting in 2013, and in 2017 she became one of the revolving door presenters on Our Perfect Wedding, replacing Thembisa Mdoda.
Between 2017 and 2019 she starred as delusional inmate Slender in the Mzansi Magic prison drama Lockdown then joined SABC1 soapie Generations: The Legacy, in June 2019 as Mrekza’s (Kope Makgae) sister Boipelo, making her onscreen debut on 8 August, 2019.

Nomsa Buthelezi is proud to have actress Linda Sebenzo as her mentor and prides in the support that she gets from her parents. While commenting on her success story at a time, she spoke about how her parents would give her R22 daily to travel to auditions.
Awards

Since she took up a career in acting, Buthelezi’s professionalism has been greeted with an award which she got last year. She got the Golden Horn Award for Best Supporting Actress in a TV Comedy.

Parents and twin babies die in fire

A family of four, including six-month-old twins, perished when their house burnt down in Delft South on Saturday night.

Parents Basil Blaauw, 40, and Jessica Moses, 38, together with their twin babies Kaleb and Kyle were trapped inside their shack that caught fire at around 11 pm.

The couple’s two older sons were not at home at the time.

It is not clear how the fire started, says Jessica’s sister Joanne Moses, 29, adding that the family is left devastated.

“It was not long after Basil returned from the shops to buy something that the fire started,” she explains.

“The neighbours tried to help, but the fire spread so quickly that no one could do anything about it. By the time the firefighters arrived, that shack was burnt to the ground.

“They were crying for help, my sister died a painful death with her partner and children.

“It came as a shock when we got the news that they all died in that fire.”

She says they are thankful that the couple’s sons, Ruzer, 8, and Aden, 12, were not at home at the time.

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A family of four, including six-month-old twins, perished when their house burnt down in Delft South on Saturday night.

Parents Basil Blaauw, 40, and Jessica Moses, 38, together with their twin babies Kaleb and Kyle were trapped inside their shack that caught fire at around 11 pm.

The couple’s two older sons were not at home at the time.

It is not clear how the fire started, says Jessica’s sister Joanne Moses, 29, adding that the family is left devastated.

“It was not long after Basil returned from the shops to buy something that the fire started,” she explains.

“The neighbours tried to help, but the fire spread so quickly that no one could do anything about it. By the time the firefighters arrived, that shack was burnt to the ground.

“They were crying for help, my sister died a painful death with her partner and children.

“It came as a shock when we got the news that they all died in that fire.”

She says they are thankful that the couple’s sons, Ruzer, 8, and Aden, 12, were not at home at the time.

“One of them fell asleep at a neighbour’s house while the other was still playing outside with other children,” says Joanne.

She says the shack was gutted and the two boys have been left with nothing.

But support has been pouring in for the brothers with people offering food and clothing.

“People I have never seen before have been coming here passing their condolences.

“They were both good people and loved by everyone. I also think the death of the twins shocked most people. We appreciate the support we have received.”

The aunt says she will now be looking after her orphaned nephews.

Subcouncil chairperson Angus McKenzie says he visited the family “and provided much needed relief and support”.

“I am appealing to communities, organisations and individuals to dig deep to help these young children battle this cross that has been placed in their way,” he says.

The Cape Coloured Congress also visited the family and promised to assist with the funeral.

“We will cover all the burial costs for the family,” says Delft branch chairperson Isgak Bejager.

Police spokesperson Sergeant Noloyiso Rwexana says a death inquest has been opened for investigation.

HOW R20 AND A GUN CHANGED RHYTHM CITY ACTOR SUFFOCATE

 

 

Mduduzi Mabaso 1Mduduzi Mabaso once rocked up at renowned casting director Moonyeenn Lee’s office with a pistol concealed inside the waistband. The awkward encounter with the late acting agent led to his biggest career turn in the Oscar-nominated film Hotel Rwanda in 2004Mduduzi Mabaso2

The 45-year-old actor narrates to me on the phone the story that sounds like a scene out of a British black comedy.

It’s not something Mabaso is proud of or detailing to score cool points or be pompous, but he is painting a picture of how desperate he was at the time after waiting seven years without booking acting jobs.

 

Surprisingly, the dry spell came after Mabaso had landed his television breakout role in Yizo Yizo.

“I was so tired, that I went straight to the MLA [Moonyeenn Lee & Associates] offices. They were my agent and when I arrived, they told me I didn’t make an appointment,” Mabaso remembers.

“I tried explaining that I had been sitting at home for seven years and they had never sent me to an audition. I tried to tell them that I didn’t have money and I borrowed R20 to come to the offices. I demanded to see Moonyeenn Lee and they denied me access.”

But ever so persistent, Mabaso found a way to have his meeting with Lee.“So I left the room and sneaked into her office. I Knocked on the window and waved at her. She welcomed me and I sat on this infamous sofa that you sank into,” Mabaso says.
Mduduzi Mabaso

“It was a bad time in the township, ANC and Inkatha [IFP] were fighting. So as a man, you were armed and on that day I had my thing [gun] with me. As I sat on the sofa, this thing that I was armed with was very uncomfortable. So, I decide to standup, take out the gun, put it behind the sofa and sit on the armrest.

“Moonyeenn lost it. It was like ‘what is this?’ I explained to her that it was the life that I was living because I didn’t have a job. My life changed on the spot and I won’t say it was because of the gun. I think my life was supposed to change on that day.”

Lee handed him the script of Hotel Rwanda that was led by American actor Don Cheadle. Unbeknown to Mabaso, he had already landed the role of Hutu Lieutenant.

When he arrived for the supposed audition, Mabaso was treated like royalty with a woman welcoming him with an opened umbrella, towel and referring to him as the character.

 

He was then informed that director Terry George was waiting for him in a room. When he got there, lo and behold Cheadle sitting on a chair with his legs resting on top of a table.

“Fortunately I had read the script in the taxi on my way there. Because of hunger and anger I managed to memories all my lines,” Mabaso recounts.

“I did two lines and there was a part I grabbed him (Cheadle) by the shirt. I grabbed him with so much anger and he was like ‘woooh you got the job’. From there my life changed.”

From there, international roles in Catch a Fire and Blood Diamond opposite Leonardo DiCaprio followed. But it’s his role as gangster-turned-club owner, Suffocate Ndlovu, when Rhythm City premiered in 2007 that started his journey as a leading man.

After 14 years, the e.tv soapie is set to conclude in July, with Mabaso as the only remaining original cast member.

“It changed my career for the better. I have gotten others gigs because of the character. Suffocate exposed me to producers and writers,” Mabaso says.

The role has even won him the prestigious South African Film and Television Award.

“There were times I wanted to leave, but e.tv does not share their actors with other channels. I got other work and because of the clause, I couldn’t,” Mabaso says.

“As an actor, you want to grow and not be one-dimensional. I did worry about being rusty and boxed.”

Mabaso has already booked his next gig headlining the cast of Isibaya’s replacement show DiepCity. The new daily drama will premiere on Mzansi Magic on Monday with Mabaso playing rogue security guard and low-level gangster Elliot.

Born in Alexandra township, Johannesburg, Mabaso fell in love with acting in primary school at age 12.

When the main actor in a school play fell sick, Mabaso was asked to pick up the baton. They ended up winning won a school competition they had entered and Mabaso never looked back.

For 26 years after leaving high school, he focused on his first love – theatre acting.

Together with Zakhele Mabasa and Meshack Mavuso, under the mentorship of theatre master Bongani Linda, Mabaso got to travel the globe doing plays such as Shaka Zulu as well as Divide and Rule starting in 1995.

That was the first time Mabaso realized that he can make it a career. The last born of three children, Mabaso never received much support from his family, except from his nephew Xolani.

Mabaso has been married to his wife Fatima for 12 years and they were set up while he was doing Zone 14 by renowned filmmaker Amanda Lane. Fatima is also Mabaso’s manager. The couple have four children.

HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO SHAUWN MKHIZE

 

 

 

Shauwn Mkhize can not be less happy today as her day began with a beautiful surprise.

Shauwn Mkhize can not be less happy today as her day began with a beautiful surprise.

 

The star is celebrating her birthday today and her family decided to put a big smile on her face.

In 2020, Shauwn was unable to celebrate her birthday the way she wanted due to the lockdown.

Taking to her Instagram page crowned as the “Mother of the Nation”, Mkhize shared a sentimental post to her followers and fans.

In the post she jokingly said that she had turned “sweet 16” and asked God for strength.

Well, she has added another year today and she feel really excited to be alive to witness this day.

In the video she shared, Mkhize was seen overwhelmed while his children sang for her and dances to the rhythm of the song.

HAPPY 42 BIRTHDAY TO MANAKA RANAKA

 

 

Manaka Ranaka turns 42 today and she is grateful to see such a great day.

In December 2020, the actress welcomed her baby boy almost same time with her daughter who gave birth to her first grandchild, a boy.

The star started her acting career in 2000 making it 21 years of being in the industry.

Let’s take a look at some details about the actress:

Manaka Ranaka is a South African actress born on the 6th of April 1979 in Soweto was known for playing her starring role for long standing soap opera Generations: The Legacy .

In 2000, she played the role of Nandipha Sithole on Isidingo soap opera aired on SABC 3.

In 2007, She won the South African Film and Television Award (SAFTA) for Best Actress in a Television Comedy.

She is the mother of 3 children , Katlego, Naledi and a new baby.