- Zenande Mfenyana reminisced on the first time she ever appeared on TV, and it was a whopping 10 years ago
- Taking to social media to share this moment with her people, Zenande spoke on her first on-screen role
- Zenande’s people remember her role as Noluntu on Generations like it aired yesterday and had fun walking down memory lane
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Legendary South African model and actress Zenande Mfenyana reached a career milestone that speaks volumes to her wisdom. 10 years on TV, what a wow!
Reflecting on her journey and internalising all she has learnt, Zenande could not be more grateful for every opportunity that has been presented to her and all the blessings she's received.
Taking to social media to share this momentous day with her people, Zenande reminded people of her first-ever on-screen role, Noluntu on Generations.
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Seeing this iconic post, Zenande’s fans took a walk down memory lane with her, remembering alllll the sauce her character Noluntu delivered. Ah, what great memories!
“You did so great such that you inspired us young kids from EC to know we can be great at we do. Forgive us for ALWAYS calling you NOLUNTU♥️♥️
“Heeeyi maaarn you making me reminisce. One of the scenes I can’t forget. When drugged Mama Kho♥️♥️You respect your craft ”
“I loved the Noluntu character, my mom would say that I am capable of doing what Noluntu does just because I was a fan ❤️”
“I remember how the entire SA disliked you for the tea Congratulations mami”
Zenande Mfenyana calls fake people out: "Take care of your tribe"
Zenande Mfenyana took to social media to warn her fans about fake people. The Queen actress shared a few pearls of wisdom on fake friends, reported Briefly News.
Zenande took to Twitter a few days ago to tell her followers to walk away from people who don't appreciate them. Sis said:
"When someone shows you how little you mean in their life, believe them. Stop trying to foster. They are never going to love and appreciate you the way you love and appreciate them. Know your tribe, take care of your tribe."
Source: Briefly News