So lit: Muvhango cast slay their version of the #DuduzaneChallenge

So lit: Muvhango cast slay their version of the #DuduzaneChallenge

- The #DuduzaneChallenge is trending in Mzansi and everyone wants to take aprt

- The cast of Muvhango also proved that they were keeping up with current affairs by participating in the challenge

- Social media users particularly loved watching Dr Nesengani do her thang in the footage

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The #DuduzaneChallenge is taking Mzansi by storm. Celebrities and Mzansi citizens alike have been having fun posting videos of the viral challenge on social media. The challenge involves imitating Duduzane Zuma's walk to Big Zulu's Imali Eningi song.

The cast of Muvhango recently decided to also try their hand at the challenge. Taking to social media, the official Muvhango Twitter account posted:

"It speaks for itself. No caption needed. #muvhango #wordofmouthpictures #muvhangovalueseducation #vhoMasindi"

Mama ka Azwindini in particular seemed to enjoy the challenge, much to Mzansi's amusement. Twitter user Kagix_ said:

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"Eish uMama ka Azwindini uyaspita even off set Bathong."

DoctorMthupha said:

"I think i will be watchin Masindi all day long doin her thing kule challenge"

arabo_Thelele said:

"Ushering the good Doctor"

Phuluso_CM said:

"Yes Doctor Nesengani"

Preciou14027041 said:

"Best so far"
So lit: Muvhango cast slay their version of the #DuduzaneChallenge
The Muvhango cast decided to also do the #DuduzaneChallenge. Image: @MuvhangoSA
Source: Facebook previously reported that Regina Nesengani, who plays the part of vho-Masindi, Chief Azwindini’s mother, in the popular SABC 2 drama Muvhango, was conferred with a PhD degree recently. The actress was awarded the accomplishment by the University of South Africa, (UNISA).

The 65-year-old actress is living proof that one is never too old to pursue their dreams. The doctorate degree is in languages, linguistics and literature.

Muvhango took to social media to make the announcement on their official account, adding:

"Her doctoral dissertation was on gender-based violence and it was written in her native TshiVenda language. SABC and Word of Mouth Pictures are planning a massive celebration on Wednesday, December 9 to pay homage to vho-Masindi for her momentous and historic achievement."

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In similar news, Big Zulu has shown his appreciation to Duduzane Zuma for making his new song, Imali Eningi, the biggest song in the country.

Taking to social media, Big Zulu extended his thanks to the former president's son and his fans for all the love he is currently receiving.

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Source: Briefly News

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