The photograph was taken in 2019, making it almost two years old; nonetheless, images of this ilk have a habit of emerging from the shadows and causing a stir all over again.
Maumela Mahuwa, who is well known for her part as Susan on Muvhango, previously shared a selfie with the hunky actor Vuyo Dabula, who is equally well known for his role as the villainous Gadaffi on Generations: The Legacy.
The caption on the photograph, which depicted Vuyo Dabula smiling and putting his arm around Maumela, read:
There were a lot of people who were wondering if Maumela was dating Vuyo Dabula, but the truth is that the two are just acquaintances and coworkers in the acting field.
Poor Chief Azwindini has already been forced to deal with Tendamudzimu, and now he will also have to negotiate with the sexy and dangerous Gadaffi.
Shem, such a thing could never take place in real life.
Not only is Maumela’s Muvhango character, Susan, the epitome of a wise, strong, compassionate, and powerful woman, but the actress herself had to overcome some very difficult things during her childhood as well. Muvhango is one of Maumela’s most successful roles to date.
Maumela once disclosed that she had a very challenging childhood and that her relationship with her mother was very tense. Both of these factors contributed to her having a challenging adulthood.
Her mother ultimately disowned her, and she was left to fend for herself in Mamvuku for a full calendar year.
Because her mother had deserted her at one time in her life, she was forced to live on her own and learn to fend for herself.
As a result of the fact that her family members rarely gave her food, Maumela revealed that she used to volunteer to wash dishes and she would scrape pots for leftovers from the neighbors because her family members rarely fed her.
An event in the past was recalled by the actress in which her mother made fun of her dark skin tone by joking that she doesn’t bathe.
She was once overheard telling me in front of my school mate, “you know Maumela is not meant to be this dark; it’s because she doesn’t bathe,”
Despite this, Maumela and her mother were able to patch things up and live peacefully together before the mother passed away.
What a perfect example of gracefulness in action you are!