Thembisa Mdoda Lands A Major Acting Gig

Congratulations are in order

By  | Feb 22, 2022, 09:52 AM  | Thembisa Mdoda-Nxumalo  | Top of the

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Congratulations are in order for actress and TV host Thembisa Mdoda-Nxumalo who has landed a new acting gig. The actress has joined eTV's popular show House of Zwide and she is set to portray the character of Nikiwe Ndlovu

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Nikiwe makes an entrance on the House of Zwide screens as the owner of the biggest pageant on the African continent – Miss Africa. She modelled with Faith years ago and grew into the magnificent business entrepreneur she is today.
Nikiwe and Funani have great history together - he truly believes that Nikiwe does not deserve to be in the position she is today as she stole Funani’s designs and claimed they were hers, thereby ruining Funani’s reputation…
Faith and Zanele would like to showcase House of Zwide dresses, and Miss Africa is the perfect platform for his. However, Funani made a promise to himself years ago that he will never work with Nikiwe again.

It's a pleasure to see Thembisa making a comeback to television. A few months back she left her legion of fans concerned when she revealed that she had been hospitalised due to COVID-19. By her side was her family and friends, with her child comforting her, “My kid feeling my grief and comforting me, on the phone today, knowing very well that I’m also fighting for dear life on this hospital bed. What a heavy day.” She posted.

While the TV host was in the hospital, her family noticed that people reached out to comfort them. They thanked the public for its support in a statement.

“The Mdoda family would like to thank all of you for all the calls and the messages concerning our beloved daughter Thembisa Nxumalo (Nee Mdoda) following a tweet regarding her health. She is indeed hospitalized and receiving the best medical treatment at Sandton MediClinic. She was diagnosed with long Covid-19 which was further aggravated by an allergy. We are fortunate the doctors diagnosed her in time and are treating her with the utmost care.”

“Thembisa is in good spirits and well taken care of and will be released in the next few days. The family is grateful for your love and support during this time, it truly doesn’t go unnoticed. You will be hearing from Thembisa very soon. Once again, thank you and may you extend this grace to all other families in need.

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