- Nhlanhla Lux, notorious ex-Dudula member, was trending on X following reports that he may be true to work with Moja Love
- South African TV channel Moja Love had a fallout with former presenter Xolani Khumalo on Sizok'thola
- South Africans reacted to reports that South African politician NhlaNhla Lux may be the channels choice to replace Xolani Khumalo
NhlaNhla Lux, former Dudula operation leader, is a controversial figure in South African politics and may get a TV show. Sizok'thola on Moja Love needed a new presenter after Xolani Khumalo was charged with murder because of his work on the show.
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SA react Nhlanhla Lux Moja Love casting
@African_20 was amazed:
"Dudula matched to Moja Love to have Xolani reinstated, but Moja Love shows them a middle figure by bringing Nhlanhla Lux - an ex-dudula member, to host the show What’s happening eMzansi?"
"After the fake bomb story I don't know why anyone would trust Nhlanhla Lux."
"Nhlanhla Lux will make everything about himself. I really don’t trust him."
"South Africa is a joke."
"Why do I feel like the more powerful drug dealers have deployed him to take out competition and polish his political image."
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SA welcomes Nhanhla Lux's housebreaking conviction
Briefly News previously reported that Former Operation Dudula leader Nhlanhla "Lux" Mohlauhi was served the justice he tried to serve an elderly man.
The 35-year-old was convicted on one count of housebreaking with the intent to steal and malicious injury to property on Wednesday, 23 August. The Roodepoort Magistrate's Court handed the once eccentric leader two years imprisonment, wholly suspended for three years.
He was also served another five years imprisonment, wholly suspended for three years on the condition that he was not convicted of housebreaking.
Source: Briefly News