Mzansi wins over Raven Symonè with Lady Zamar and malva pudding

Mzansi wins over Raven Symonè with Lady Zamar and malva pudding

- Raven Symonè is visiting Mzansi to promote her show, ‘Raven’s Home’

- She has already paid a visit to Vilakazi Street and the Maropeng caves

- During her time in SA, Raven has fully immersed herself in the local culture

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Raven Symonè has landed in South Africa ahead of a press tour for her sitcom, ‘Raven’s Home’ and she is doing the most with her time in the country.

While she may have only touched down in Gauteng earlier this week, she wasted no time in visiting Soweto’s iconic Vilakazi street and the caves at Maropeng before heading to Montecasino do some interviews for the second season of her show.

During her time here, the ‘That’s so Raven’ star has already immersed herself in all things Mzansi, whether it’s trying out local desserts like malva pudding or taking an interest in our local talent.

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Raven has expressed that she is still new to Mzansi’s music, but she has fallen in love with Lady Zamar and Mafikizolo.

Briefly.co.za learned that Raven began acting when she was only 16-months-old, and she has never stopped.

The actress revealed that while she loves what she does, she feels that she needs to get away from it from time to time.

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TimesLIVE reports that Raven decided to switch things up a bit and chose to give acting a bit of a break while she focusses on working behind the camera instead of in front of it.

The actress is also glad that her new show has allowed her ‘That’s So Raven’ character to grow up and move into a new chapter in her life, which she feels is about time.

Raven also goes on to say that she began acting at 16-months-old, so she is glad that she can also mentor the show’s young cast and help them to kickstart their careers.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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