Halala! Mzansi actress Ntando Duma scores new TV gig on MojaLove

Halala! Mzansi actress Ntando Duma scores new TV gig on MojaLove

Actress Ntando Duma is on a lucky streak as this time she scored a new TV gig, this time her own show on MojaLove.

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Between her return role on Rhythm City, emceeing major events and gigs and now a talk show, she is running circles on the entertainment industry.

Ntando took to her social media account, Twitter to be exact to announce the new gig. Ntando along withe Gabisile Tshabalala and entertainment commentator, Phil Mphela will present on the new show called 'Too Much Info (#TMI) which starts on MojaLoveTV next Friday, 3 May.

Excited about the news, Ntando tweeted: "New home. New Fam. You are looking at your presenters of the new TV show called #TooMuchInfo starting from Friday the 3rd May on @mojalovetv".

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Ntando also shared a pic of her collegues on the new show.

Fans were so thrilled that they have been sharing comments about the show on Twitter.

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Just over two weeks ago, Briefly.co.za reported that actress Ntando Duma had to speak up and defend herself as a mother after she got dragged for not putting her daughter, Sbahle, in a car seat. Ntando said the car wasn't even moving and people shouldn't lecture her on how to be a mom.

Ntando Duma, actress and TV personality, shared a video of her daughter that she thought was cute and would be something her (daughter's) followers would enjoy seeing. The video showed the 2-year-old sitting in the back of a car speaking to Ntando, and at one point calling her by her name.

While many people did gush, others were quick to call to Ntando out for not having her little girl in a car seat.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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