- Gail Mabalane couldn't be more proud of her husband Kabelo Mabalane
- Kabelo will be running from Johannesburg to Durban to raise money for starving children and Gail's heart is bursting with pride
- Gail could not have asked for a more selfless and caring husband than Kabelo
Gail Mabalane has hearts in her eyes for her husband Kabelo Mabalane. There is nothing sweeter than a wife who is in absolute awe of her husband, and that is exactly what Gail is.
It is so important for every couple to be proud of their relationship and proud of each other as individuals. While a couple means the joining of two people, it is those who are able to exist as individuals together who truly succeed.
Briefly.co.za knows what a model couple Gail and Kabelo are. They have one of the most solid relationships that have never been crippled by the fact that they are constantly in the limelight.
SA actress, singer, model and media personality, Gail Mabalane, married much-loved kwaito musician, Kabelo Mabalane, just over seven years ago and the two have continued to show the world the dedication and love they have for each other.
Taking to social media to gush over her hubby’s golden heart, Gail shared how Kabelo will be running from Johannesburg to Durban to raise a minimum of R6 million to feed children in need. He will embark on this heartwarming adventure with Peteni Kuzwayo on Monday, 7 September.
Gail could not be more proud of Kabelo’s selflessness and the act of kindness he is about to commit.
“I couldn’t be more proud. kabelomabalane I’m inspired by your heart. Always looking for an opportunity to do good. Please let’s support this incredible initiative,” Gail said.
Briefly.co.za previously reported that Gail Mabalane has been applauded for her acting skills on Netflix's mini-series Blood & Water. The actress left many viewers in awe of how she portrayed the character of Thandeka Khumalo.
Thandeka is a mother who is desperate to find her 17-year-old daughter, who was abducted at birth. The series, which premiered on Wednesday, is Netflix's second African original after Queen Sono.
The stunner's portrayal of her character led many viewers to watch all six episodes of the show in just one night. The show boasts a stellar cast, including Mzansi's favourite rapper Nasty C.
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