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‘Luthando’ is pregnant again. See her pics with her idols runner up husband

‘Luthando’ is pregnant

Do you all remember the Mzansi Magic Zulu Lokshin bioskop Luthando? It was about a young girl; Luthando played by Nandipha Sefoloko whose parents died when she was a toddler. She got raised by her stepmother who was mistreating her.

Well, Nandipha is a happily married woman in real life. She’s married with the Idols season 13 runner up; Mthokozisi Ndaba. This couple is expecting a second born baby boy. The first born is also a boy who turned 2 years of age in October. Nandipha has recently posted her pregnancy pic on Instagram captioned:

“He is an awesome God, we can’t wait for K’sakhanya Zanokuhle Ndaba Ksaselihle Ndaba’s little brother. God be with us Amen.

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Fans are congratulating her and Mthokozisi, they’re so blessed indeed. However, Mthokozisi is also proud to have such an amazing family, he feels so blessed. Well, he even posted a pic on Instagram captioned:

“This is every man’s dream, getting out support from your loved ones. Ngyabonga Nkosi Amen …”

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Nandipha Mntambo was born in Mbabane, Swaziland. In 2007, she completed a Master’s in Fine Art from the Michaelis School of Fine Art at the University of Cape Town. Mntambo currently lives in Johannesburg.

Her work addresses ongoing debates around traditional gender roles, body politics, and identity. She works in photography, sculpture, video, and mixed media to explore the liminal boundaries between human and animal, femininity and masculinity, attraction and repulsion, life and death.

Mntambo is best known for her figurative cowhide sculptures which allude to the symbiotic relationship between humans and nature.

Notable solo exhibitions include Transience at Stevenson (Johannesburg: 2014); Nandipha Mntambo at Andréhn-Schiptjenko (Stockholm, Sweden: 2013) and Faena, a travelling exhibition showcased at the Grahamstown National Arts Festival, the Nelson Mandela Metropolitan Art Museum in Port Elizabeth, and at Iziko South African National Gallery in Cape Town

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