Gomora actress Sannah Mchunu, known for her role as Zodwa, delighted fans with her impressive dance moves on Youth Day. The cast of Gomora has a knack for entertaining their followers, and recently they showcased their dancing and singing skills during Nandipha Khubone and Senzo Radebe’s birthdays. However, Sannah Mchunu took her performance to another level on Youth Day, leaving everyone in stitches with her comical dance moves.
With a background in music, Sannah Mchunu knows how to captivate and entertain her audience. Even Connie Chiume couldn’t resist cracking a smile, despite her best efforts to maintain a serious demeanor. Leera Mthethwa, another actress from Gomora, was also seen enjoying the lively celebration. Nandipha Khubone, Sannah Mchunu’s on-screen baby in Gomora, thoroughly enjoyed the performance as well.
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While Sannah Mchunu stood out with her dance moves on Youth Day, other celebrities opted for different ways to celebrate.
Former Bafana Bafana legend Hlompho Kekana expressed his appreciation for the work being done, and former Gomora actress Velile Makhoba embraced the day by dancing and mingling with her fans, donning traditional attire that complemented her beautifully.
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The Imfundo Trust, an initiative by the Old Mutual Investment Group, aims to support the transformation of the investments industry by providing scholarships to students interested in this field. Since its establishment in 2011, the Trust has been assisting black students, with a focus on women, in pursuing their tertiary education at selected South African universities.
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