- Uzalo's Noxolo Mathula recently took to social media to show off her side job which is selling hotdogs
- Noxolo, who plays the role of Lilly on Uzalo, lets her customers get a bonus deal when they buy her food
- Noxolo's customers get to take a pic with her character Lilly when they buy the hotdogs
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Uzalo actress Noxolo Mathula does not only rely on her salary from the telenovela. The star recently took to social media to reveal her side hustle. The stunner sells hotdogs. She's a proud owner of food business 'Hotdogs By Noxolo'.
Noxolo is not just a good actor but she is business-minded as well. She uses her fame to lure customers to buy her delicious hotdogs. The customers of the actress, who plays the role of Lilly on the popular SABC 1 telenovela, get a bonus deal when they buy from her. They get to take a snap with Lilly.
The KwaMashu-born actress's fans have praised her for not relying on only one salary. They shared positive reactions on her comment section when she revealed her side job.
Check some of their comments from her inspired fans below:
"A salary by itself is never enough, keep pushing sister. #Proud."
"I'm inspired by you mogurl."
"Hustle harder gel."
Socialite Tha Simelane wrote:
"I love this!! Keep on pushing my love."
"I love your spirit my baby."
Briefly.co.za reported that the 26-year-old Noxolo recently bought herself and her family a R1.8 million house.
In other entertainment news, Briefly.co.za reported that Siyabonga Shibe has officially left Uzalo. The actor penned a heartfelt farewell post on social media after he filmed his last scene.
Siyabonga, who played the role of Qhabanga, aka Pastor Mdletshe on the popular telenovela, shared a clip of himself dancing while the cast and crew of Uzalo sang for him. The star captioned his post:
"What a great journey it has been with #uzalo_sabc1 I enjoyed every moment of this production."
Siyabonga shared that he had made friends with the crew and cast of the show. He said working with the cast has been a "gem of a fantastic experience".
"It has been my honour to share the screen and wear those shoes of every character we play together. We really make the script come to life, we'll work again."
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