- Mohale Motaung-Mhlongo's fans got excited when he appeared on Season 5 of Rockville on Sunday, 16 May
- Somizi's hubby's fans took to social media to celebrate after their fave played a small role in the TV series, which is produced by the Fergusons
- Mohale's followers took to Twitter to share how proud they were of the star's achievements in the entertainment industry
Mohale Motaung-Mhlongo appeared in Rockville on Sunday night, 16 May and his fans loved it. The famous media personality's fans took to social media to react to their fave making it into one of the Fergusons' TV productions.
The star's stans said they were so proud of Mohale's latest achievement. Mohale has been doing well for himself in the Mzansi entertainment scene.
If he's not modelling for big brands, he is helping school pupils with uniforms, and now this. Check out some of the reactions from Mohale's fans who saw him when he made an appearance on Season 5 of Rockville.
"Mohale on #Rockville5. This is @mohale_motaung appreciation post. So proud of him."
"I don't know why I scream whenever I see him in the big screens... okay konje I love him."
"Proud of you @mohale_motaung."
In other entertainment news, Briefly News reported that Mohale Motaung-Mhlongo has launched a school shoe drive project to help kids from three Mzansi schools.
The media personality took to Instagram a few weeks ago and shared that he and his crew are sponsored by Uber Eats to donate school shoes in KwaNobuhle, Queenstown and Tembisa. The star captioned his post:
"Hello everyone. It’s back to school and we are doing a school shoe drive for three schools. The schools are in Kwa-Nobuhle, Queenstown and Tembisa. Our main sponsor @ubereats_za has donated the shoes and UberEats vouchers as well."
Somizi's hubby took to Instagram again on Tuesday, 16 February a day after Mzansi public schools opened to share that they donated some shoes at Mthonjeni Primary School. Mohale said:
"Yesterday was Day 1 of our #BackToSchoolShoeDrive at Mthonjeni Primary School and 60 pairs of school shoes were successfully donated to the Grade 1s there."
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Source: Briefly News