A lot of South Africans have used social media in the past to express that that they want certain families and media moguls to open up the entertainment industry because there's so much talent in Mzansi. There's definitely a family thing going on in the Mzansi entertainment scene. A lot of SA celebs are related to each other.
There are a lot of Mzansi celebrities who are related to each other in the high-paying entertainment industry. Yes, they are rich and some of them have made sure that they have opened up the industry for their relatives. Briefly.co.za has put together a list of a few of our stars who are related to each other. Check out the list below:
1. Trevor Gumbi and DJ SPHEctacula
The comedian and actor is the older brother of DJ SPHEctacula. Trevor is a stand-up comedian and has acted in TV shows such as SABC1's sitcom Ses'Top La. His younger brother SPHEctacula is the co-host of Metro FM's drive-time show The King Suite. He also has a banging track with his co-host DJ Naves titled Okokoko.
2. Anele Mdoda and Thembisa Nxumalo
Anele and Thembisa are sisters. Anele is a radio and TV presenter. She is the host of the 947 Breakfast Club. From 2016 to mid-2018, Anele presented Real Talk With Anele on SABC 3. Thembisa is an actress and a presenter too. She's famous for hosting reality TV show Our Perfect Wedding.
3. Bonang Matheba and Pinky Girl
Larger-than-life media personality and businesswoman Bonang Matheba and Tebogo Mekgwe, better known as Pinky Girl, are cousins. Pinky Girl features prominently on Bonang's reality TV show Being Bonang. She's also a DJ.
4. Lasizwe Dambuza and Khanyi Mbau
Lasizwe and Khanyi are brother and sister. Lasizwe has his own epic reality TV show titled Fake It Till You Make It. Khanyi is a singer and actress. She has also hosted a talk show called Katch It With Khayi.
In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that that Kabza De Small has hinted that he wants to drop another project. The Amapiano music producer recently took to social media to ask his fans if he should drop the new project or wait for a while.
The musician surprised many people in Mzansi when he dropped a new album with a whopping 27 tracks on June 26. Now the hard-working self-proclaimed King of Amapiano wants to release another project. Mzansi tweeps have flooded his comment section with mixed reactions since he posted about the new project on Monday, 8 September.
Many social media users have shared that he must wait a bit because they're still enjoying the last project, titled I Am The King Of Amapiano: Sweet and Dust. One of his surprised fans @NiisoShabangu wrote:
"Ay khona sesikathele loya (no, we're tired), 27 tracks was enough for the rest of the year, namanje asikayiqedi (we haven't finished listening to it)."
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