Did you know Dr Zulu from Durban Gen owns an R12million Porsche Carrera?
Mike Ndlangamandla is a South African actor best for his on-screen character Pastor Max on SABC 2 Venda drama series Muvhango. Currently, Mike Ndlangamandla is nailing at etvs medical drama series Durban Gen as Dr Lindelani Zulu.
The fast-rising actor was thrust into stardom when he starred on Isipho as Teboho. The 32-year-old was born on 8 July 1990 in Piet Retief Mpumalanga.
At the age of 18-years-old, he visited SABC studios and discovered that acting was his passion. A few months later, he joined a casting agency before enrolling at the DNA academy at Johannesburg Theatre to follow his acting dreams.
Onset, he plays the dazzling Dr Lindelani Zulu, stirring confusion in Dr Mbali’s head and making her wonder if she still wants to remain engaged. Currently, he is running the show as he is in charge of the hospital. The upcoming actor is attracting himself to several roles not only because of his flair but flexibility as well.
Dr Zulu from Durban Gen spotted driving an R12million Porsche Carrera
However, of late, he is trending after establishing that he owns an R12million Porsche Carrera. The exotic beast doesn’t come cheap, and we can all now agree that he has the plug and the bling too. He has often shared a series of pictures of himself cruising in the Porsche on his social media handles.
Despite showing up on set with it viral videos proves otherwise as he has been spotted on several occasions driving it off the set of Durban Gen.
The actor joins a few seasoned entertainers who owns the rare exotic beast. Amongst those who own the car is Khanyi Mbau.
To Mzansi’s surprise, the actor hardly shows off his expensive fleet. Apart from Porsche, he also has a BMW sports car that costs a fortune. One might wonder how he acquired the beauty, given that Durban Gen is not among the highest paying soapies in Mzansi.
He also doubles as an events manager and MC. Rumour mill has it that for his Dr Zulu character on Durban Gen, he is paid a whopping R65000 per month. No doubt Durban Gen has fast become one of Mzansi’s fav soapies. Yes, it stormed our screens by surprise, and it’s not holding back with its exciting storyline that has managed to wow Mzansi.
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