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Uzalo Actress Dawn Thandeka King finds love again in Mlungisi Ndebele



Dawn Thandeka King and Mlungisi Ndebele

Uzalo actress Dawn Thandeka King has fallen in love again. The Uzalo star’s new man is an industry colleague, Mlungisi Ndebele.

On Saturday, Dawn and Mlungisi attended Baby Cele-Maloka’s umembeso and they looked amazing together. Dawn wore a mustard dress, which matched her man’s shirt.

The two couldn’t keep their hands off each other to show the love between them. Dawn had a ring on her right finger, while Mlungisi wore one on his wedding finger.

#babythabomembeso @khanyi.malimela

The couple were spotted together a number of times this year, including at the Cothoza Awards in June. They were also seen wearing matching outfits at the Simon Mabhunu Awards at the Durban Playhouse, KZN. Seems matching outfits is their thing!

Dawn confirmed she was happily in love. “Yes, we’re in a loving relationship and he makes me happy. It’s not like I’m cheating. We are both adults. For now, we’re still enjoying our privacy and each other’s company. We don’t want to go all out because both our families haven’t been properly informed.”

#babythabomembeso with @khaya_dladla
@ladyp_queening @senzomgobhozi @mlungisiduncan7
Matching Outfits:@khanyi.malimela

“As a result, we’re keeping everything under wraps,” she said. Dawn wouldn’t confirm whether Mlungisi was her fiance or husband.

“We’ll make an announcement once we’re ready,” she said. When contacted, Mlungisi refused to comment. He said: “I also work in the entertainment industry and I know how it works. I don’t want to be in the newspapers.”

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