The Ndlovus Celebrate Another Milestone

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By  | Feb 24, 2022, 11:13 AM  | Hungani Ndlovu  | Relationships

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The Ndlovus, Hungani, and Stephanie Ndlovu are celebrating another big milestone today. The couple started this year on a high note and we love it for them.

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The pair is celebrating three years of marriage. Taking to Instagram, Stephanie said today has not been the easiest of days for her. "...just a gentle reminder; It’s still you. 3 years later and forevermore. I love you, happy anniversary lover," she wrote captioning their wedding video.

Hungani also wished his wife a happy anniversary. Fans and other celebrities including actress Salamina Mosese, Nkanyiso Makhanya, and others have since taken to the comments section to help the couple celebrate their special day.

Earlier this week, the couple announced that they are working on a new film together. The film titled 'Love Locked' is also produced by their production company called The Ndlovus Uncut Production.

Stephanie said working on this project was exciting for her. She added, "So excited to have been part of this amazing project. As both an actor and production company. Working with such a talented bunch of souls is so rewarding. Can’t wait to see all that this love project will bring our way,"

Last month Stephanie was announced as the new co-Chair of the MTV-Staying Alive Foundation board. Opening up about her new role, the actress said she was honoured to have been given the opportunity.

"This week just keeps getting better. Ladies and gentlemen, I am now the co-Chair of the @mtvstayingalive foundation. I’m honestly so honoured to have been given this opportunity and look forward to learning and growing in this new role. Special thank you to @georgiaarnold99 and the entire team for entrusting me with this," she wrote.

Hungani has also been doing well in his career and also helping men to take care of their mental health. His wife recently took to social media to applaud him for the work that he has been doing fighting GBV.

"Despite criticism & backlash (as though GBV is some kind of competition, the term in & of itself includes men AND women), you push through. You courageously have those ‘uncomfortable’ conversations, you continue to shine a light on conversations that are somehow, STILL not being spoken about enough," she wrote.

She added that Hungane wanted to throw in a towel many times and she is glad that he never did.

She continued, "Broken men walking around, ashamed to ask for help because that makes them less of a ‘man’, weak, unattractive… And yet, that is the very reason society stands as it stands.

"I know you’ve wanted to quit many times because it seems like nothing is happening- but continue on; you guys are changing lives, you ARE building better men. And we stand behind you," she added.

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