Watch: Former Umkhokha actress ‘Nobuntu’ Kwezi Ndlovu shows off new R1.2 million car

Kwezi Ndlovu's car

Watch, Former Umkhokha actress ‘Nobuntu’ Kwezi Ndlovu shows off new R1.2 million car.

Kwezi Ndlovu tries to keep her life as private as possible, but sometimes, when you are a celebrity, it barely works. The former Umkhokha actress’ video of her new luxury car was shared by one of her friends Tina Mbambo. The actress later posted it in her stories since she could not hide the news from her fans anymore.

Tina took to her Instagram stories to share a video of Kwezi Ndlovu showing off her new car. In the footage, Kwezi is standing in front of a new BMW 3 series white in colour. The actress later drives off in her luxury set of wheels after blowing goodbye kisses at Tina, taking the video. The car is worth a whopping R1.2 million rands in the South African market.

In her post, Tina congratulates the actress on her new purchase, and she captions it as breaking news. Kwezi Ndlovu is not a stranger to sitting behind the wheels of million rand cars. The actress is a proud owner of an orange Datsun that she was gifted by Atlantis Nissan when she agreed to be their brand ambassador. Apart from that ride, she also owns a silver car whose make and model are unknown.

Umkhokha actress Kwezi Ndlovu buys a new expensive car

Mamzobe, Nobuntu and Mabusi from Umkhokha-Image Source(Instagram/Kwezi Ndlovu)

Kwezi is famous for her role in Umkhokha playing Mamzobe’s daughter Nobuntu. This role won her many South African hearts as it provoked a lot of emotions. Nobuntu was the overlooked daughter of the villainous Mamzobe, who was asked to do many evil things to her sister just so her mother could get a church. Nobuntu committed suicide when she was caught trying to poison her sister and brother in law but not before confessing that her mother sent her, which led to Mamzobe’s arrest.

Kwezi has been in several roles before Umkhokha, including her role in The Herd playing a young MaMngadi. Her role as Vivian in Isithembiso won her the Best newcomer award. After that, she landed roles on Isibaya and Housekeepers, where she worked these past years.

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