- Uthando Noxolo presenter, Andile Gaelisiwe, impressed viewers with how she handled an episode that involved a man who many would have feared
- The man, named Ntokozo, wrote to the show asking for help in getting his late mother's possessions from his stepfather
- Ntokozo said his mom kept visiting him in his dreams to ask for her things and had also accused the stepfather of witchcraft
Uthando Noxolo presenter, Andile Gaelisiwe, received tons of praise for how she handled an episode that featured a man who needed help confronting his stepfather.
The man, Ntokozo, said his stepfather was refusing to release Ntokozo's late mom's possessions and allegedly practised witchcraft too.
The show was very emotionally charged as Ntokozo detailed how his mother died and alleged that, before she died, she informed him that if she passes on it will be because of his stepdad.
Andile was able to confront the stepdad, who seemed an extremely intimidating man, and get him to open the store room where the items were.
When they opened the room where the possessions were, eyebrows raised when they learned that the stepfather had indeed been practising rituals on them.
Andile confronted the man and many applauded her bravery.
One wrote, "Andile is one brave woman. Thanks for helping Ntokozo's family. We need more people like you."
Another Moja Love show presenter who people have praised, for entirely different reasons, is Uyajola 9/9's Jub Jub.
Peeps love the way Jub Jub constantly ensures there's more juicy drama in each episode.
In other news, Briefly.co.za reported DJ Zinhle has joined the growing list of celebrities who are opening up about financial woes.
The muso took to social media to slam companies who want her to do gigs for free.
The Umlilo hit-maker revealed that she has not had an income for three months due to the pandemic.
DJ Zinhle took to social media to slam certain companies who asked her to perform for free during the lockdown.
She said that not only was that a risk to her health, but she has also not received an income since the lockdown started over three months ago.
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