- Kgomotso Ndungane is not going to be returning to The Real Housewives of Durban (RHOD) for another season
- The reality star and businesswoman told a Mzansi magazine that she initially hadn't planned on staying long
- Fans will surely miss Kgomotso's bubbly energy on the show but she's ready to move on to something new
The Real Housewives of Durban (RHOD) star Kgomotso Ndungane is leaving the show and is moving on. Fans came to love Kgomotso for her quirky personality and some will be sad to see her leaving. Entertainment blogger Phil Mphela shared the news on social media. He tweeted:
"Kgomotso Ndungane quits #RHODurban. She says she wont return if REAL Housewives of Durban is renewed for Season 2."
Phil previously tweeted that Kgomotso will not be coming back to make an appearance in the reunion special. In a recent interview, Kgomotso revealed why she would not be returning to the reality franchise.
Speaking to True Love magazine, Kgomotso said that being on the show long term was never part of her plans. She just wanted to appear for one season and then move on to something else.
“The season has come to an end and everyone is leaving to continue with other commitments. It was great to be part of the show, meeting all the ladies and the production team as a whole. It’s been a great experience," said Kgomotso.
The reality star is ready to fly her wings and do something else and enjoyed it but it has now come to an end. RHOD fans will miss her unique personality on screen.
In other Mzansi television news, Briefly News reported that Kuli Roberts doesn't like comparisons when it comes to TV presenters. Mzansi media personality Kuli Roberts doesn't want fans to compare presenters to each other in the game.
Kuli used to be the host of Trending SA with a few other celebrities and a few fans seem to want her back on the programme.
A social media user @Lawrence_Manaka tweeted that he only watched the show because of Kuli, Nina Hastie and Pabi Moloi. He doesn't seem to be impressed with the new panel on Trending SA.
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