Phindile Gwala – Vukani nonke🗣️🗣️ It’s my birthday yo’ll❤️

Phindile Gwala – Vukani nonke🗣️🗣️ It’s my birthday yo’ll❤️…. The beautiful actress and media personality shared this information on her Instagram together with a beautiful picture that we have since fallen in love with.

Phindile Gwala

Mzansi Actress Winile Ntshaba was one of those who commented on this amazing picture and had this to say – Happy birthday sosha lami….. uNkulunkulu abe nawe and bless you immensely ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️

Today somewhere in Eshowe KwaZulu Natal a queen was born and she has been a blessing to the Mzansi entertainment scene. Phindile Gwala was born on 21 December 1986 in Eshowe, KwaZulu Natal, South Africa.

Phindile Gwala made her acting debut on Muvhango as Nonny in 2012 but announced her resignation five years later, to push her brand. She’s made appearances in other flicks and looks forward to more years on the scene…

Phindile Gwala
Kuningi nje okuhle, kuningi🤷🏾‍♀️ Happy Sunday everyone🥰❤️ #BirthMonth

Many people in Mzansi loved her as Nonny on Muvhango and we hope to see her again on the small screen…would be amazing to see more of her every day on some soapie or Netflix. For Phindile the birthday celebrations started when we got into December… All her Instagram posts have been leading to this amazing day… Happy Birthday Phindile Gwala – Ngandu!

Phindile Gwala
Umnikazi we pose (second frame) uyabingelela 👋🏾💝

In Other News – Former Miss Universe, Zozibini Tunzi calls on the public to sign a petition to end hunger

In an effort to implement a Food Donation Policy, Zozibini Tunzi and leading non-profit food redistribution organisation, FoodForward SA, have put out a call on Instagram asking the public to sign a petition to convince the South African government to implement a Food Donations Policy.

Zozibini Tunzi

South Africa is one of the few countries that does not have a policy to govern food donations, yet more than 10 million tons of good quality, edible surplus food is either lost or wasted throughout the supply chain annually – while nearly 30 million people experience moderate to severe food insecurity regularly each month. See More


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