Actress and businesswoman Enhle Mbali is focusing on family after her split from DJ Black Coffee, sharing how her mother has been massive support during the last few months. Enhle confirmed the couple’s separation late last year, saying she “had to explain the unexplainable” to her children, and called for privacy to protect them.
While approaching life as a single woman, she said she has been able to count on the support of her mother, Bongi Mlotshwa, and recently told Drum that she was grateful for all the help she was getting. Family is important. The kind of help you have in your house and everyone pulling together for you is extremely important. There are days where I’m meant to finish on set at 1pm, but I have to pick the kids up at that time. I’ll pick the phone up and say:, ‘Ma, can you do it for me?’
“She’s amazing, that woman. I don’t think she knows how amazing she is. I tell her so often, but I think because I’m her daughter she doesn’t hear it and she needs to hear it more often. She’s a cheerleader of note. Her heart is pure.”
Bongi posted a touching tribute to her daughter last year amid reports about the split, calling her “a soldier”. Enhle recently told fans on social media that she is in a good space at the moment and falling in love with herself again. I found the love of my life again! Me. Walked offset today feeling my cup is full. God is doing something in me!” she wrote.
In other news – Mome and Mo Mahlangu talks about industry rejection
Love them or hate them, you can’t deny Mome and Mo Mahlangu‘s staying power in the entertainment industry, and Mome recently came out to reflect on how strenuous but rewarding the journey has been. Speaking to TshisaLIVE, the reality TV star turned entrepreneur looked back on some of the times the industry spat her out without looking back.
I know there’s no job that’s guaranteed for you in this industry. My first show was meant to have four seasons, but we found out at the end of the second season that the other two seasons were canned. How we found out was ridiculous, actually. I was jobless and couldn’t go back to the job I had before. Read more