Over the course of many years, they have kept the flame of their love alive on screen, making viewers covet what they have.
Gabriel Temudzani and Maumela Mahuwa, who play a couple in the TV show Muvhango, have admitted that they are romantically involved in real life.
The actors apparently even ate together during their breaks on set, and when they traveled to different locations for outdoor shoots, they stayed in the same room. This information comes from reliable sources.
Gabriel claimed in an interview with the Daily Sun about their love that after keeping their relationship a secret for much too long, he and his girlfriend could at last be open about it.
“Yes, we really are going through with this marriage. Because I’m still learning about this, I don’t have much information to provide,” he explained.
Because she did not share details of her personal life with the media, Maumela requested that the People’s Paper stop harassing her about her personal life.
Thanduxolo Jindela, the spokesperson for Muvhango, stated unequivocally that the two were an item.
The wedding is set to take place this month, and preparations have already begun. It would appear that Muvhango will foot the bill for their lavish wedding, which will be planned by a well-known South African celebrity wedding planner. He predicted that this would be the most memorable wedding of the year.
10 things about Maumela Mahuwa that you probably don’t know
Maumela Mahuwa as Suzan Mukwevho
- Born on March 16, 1980, Maumela is currently 34 years old.
- She is one of just three actors who have featured on the show since its inception in 1997, making her one of the show’s most recognizable faces.
- Even though she has been a part of the program for such a long time, she still has anxiety before each scene that she films.
- She was cast in the part after being brought to the attention of the show’s creator, Duma Ndlovu, who gave it to her on a silver platter.
- She is an introvert who finds solace in the written word.
- Her other two favorite television programs are Generations and 7de Laan, but she doesn’t miss an episode of Muvhango, which she watches religiously.
- Her all-time favorite actress and the person who has had the most influence on her career was the late Lindiwe Chibi, who was Muvhango’s first Doobsie.
- She appears to be considerably shorter and smaller in person compared to how she appears on television. Her height is 1.56 centimeters.
- She is Gabriel Temudzani Chief Azwindini’s closest confidante among all of the cast members.
- In addition to that, she is a Gospel singer and speaker. On the weekends, she gives sermons at a number of different churches and events.
Things About Most Muvhango Actors That You Probably Didn’t Know
On April 7, 1997, the first episode of Muvhango was broadcast in the Tshivenda language. However, subsequent episodes of the show were broadcast in multiple languages as a sign to unite different cultures and languages in South Africa. Recently, the soap opera and drama show has been aired on SABC 2 and has made a favorable impression by drawing in more over 4 million viewers on a daily basis.
Emalangeni is the place where Bukamina Cebekhulu was born on July 31st, 1985. She has become one of the most well-known Muvhango actors thanks to her performance as Gugu. After appearing in the South African Broadcasting Corporation 1 show Uzalo, Bukamina launched her career as an actress. She also appeared in other roles on Akaba and the drama Ingozi, both of which contributed to her being cast in the character of Gugu in Muvhango.
Dingaan Khumalo is a Muvhango actor who plays the role of James Motsamia. He is also an actor and a TV presenter. Dingaan Khumalo has been active as an actor since 1998, when he appeared on Generations as an extra. He is currently playing the role of James Motsamia on Muvhango. After being let go from Generations: The Legacy in the year 2000, he started working for Muvhango. In addition to that, you may remember him from his appearances on series like Nna Sajene Kokobela and Umoja.
Sydney Ramakuwela is an actor from South Africa. He was born on April 27, 1988, into a family with a low income, which required him to continue his education through high school. At the tryouts in 2008, Sydney earned the part of the mayor in Muvhango, and it was at those auditions that Duma ka Ndlovu discovered his ability and made the pledge to keep him in the cast on the condition that he returned to school. In his career as an actor in Muvhango, he portrays the character of Mayor Mulalo Mukwevho.
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Sharon Seno was born in Botswana in 1994 and grew up there. However, she later moved to South Africa in order to pursue a career there. After being unsuccessful in a number of auditions for the role of Marang in Muvhango, she was finally cast in the part. She is a dedicated performer who has always had her sights set on a career in Hollywood.