Fans crushing on Zinhle Mabena have to start looking elsewhere for love

Fans crushing on Zinhle Mabena have to start looking elsewhere for love

- Zinhle Mabena acts in the show Isibaya

- This actress recently got married and is showing off just how happy she is

- Mabena posted pics of her and her new hubby crushing on each other

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We have bad news for all those who have been crushing on Zinhle Mabena. Its official, she’s off the market and blissfully happy with her new bae.

Mabena plays the role of Sihle in Isibaya and has been active in the South African entertainment industry for a few years now.

ZAlebs recently featured an article showcasing some pics of just how happy this leading lady is these days.

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Mabena was born and bred in Dawn Park, a suburb on the East Rand. Her mother is Zulu and her father is Ndebele but she uses isiZulu as her mother tongue. This lead to her getting the Isibaya role.

This actress said she was privileged to work alongside doyens of the South African TV industry, such as veteran actors Thembi Nyandeni, Vusi Kunene, Siyabonga Twala and Bongani Gumede, among others.

It wasn’t that long ago that she was showing signs of restlessness and tweeted a message about just this.

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Isibaya is growing In popularity and recently featured an article on another actress from the show. Actress Sphelele Mzimela opened up about black tax and the fact that she does not want her children to be burden with it when she is older.

This Isibaya actress revealed she would work hard so that her children do not have the stress of looking after her and paying black tax when she's old.

"I don't want the same for my children. I want them to just live their lives because it stagnates our progress a little because we always have to look back. You can't really look forward because you're always looking back and dragging others with you."

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