Mzansi Celebs

PICS: Hungani Ndlovu & wife, Stephanie celebrate their daughter’s 1st birthday

One of Mzansi power celebrity couple, actors Hungani and Stephanie Ndlovu announced the birth of their first child together on their YouTube channel not too long ago, but time flies and their daughter is now a one year old.

The proud parents recently took to their timeline sharing special moments with Rhulani and images from her pink-themed birthday party on June 6.

Hungani and Stephanie Ndlovu

“It feels like it was yesterday when I was in those scrubs and my superwoman of a wife was giving birth to our beautiful, smart, food-loving, caring, strong, passionate Rhulani,” Hungani wrote.

Hungani and Stephanie Ndlovu

Stephanie also took to her timeline sharing an image of the day she gave birth to Rhulani with the caption: “I love you.”

While Hungani and Stephanie have celebrated special milestones of Rhulani on social media, they have concealed their daughter’s face.

Hungani and Stephanie Ndlovu

Shedding light on why they choose not to show her to the public yet, the couple said they wanted to protect her.

“That’s how we feel right now that we don’t want to show her and that may or may not change,” Stephanie said.

Hungani and Stephanie Ndlovu

I think it’s a lot already, having our lives in the spotlight … it really affects ones way of living. So I think when it comes to ‘Rhu’, I think for me it’s not necessary, but its also a form of protection from my side,” Hungani said.


In other news – PIC: Gogo Maweni’s nip slip breaks the internet

Controversial South African reality TV star and sangoma Gogo Maweni had a nip slip on the recent episode of her reality show, Thokoza Gogo and social media users are having a field play over how everything looks.

Gogo Maweni

A screenshot of the nip-slip was shared on Twitter by a user whose name is Hermaine M. Black Twitter president, Chris Excel has also taken it to another level by comparing Maweni’s breast to Pearl Thusi’s one. Hours after posting, it garnered over 70 comments. Learn More

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