Mbali Mlotshwa (born on 3 March 1988), a South African actress, TV presenter, and fashion designer. She is known for her breakthrough role in the South African Television Series, Tshisa. She launched the maternity wear range SE Preggoz in South Africa and New York in 2015. She landed her first role on Mthunzini.com.
Gabrielle Monique Union-Wade (born October 29, 1972) is an American actress. Her career began in the 1990s, when she made dozens of appearances on television sitcoms, before landing supporting roles in 1999 teen films She’s All That and 10 Things I Hate About you. She rose to greater prominence the following year, after she starred in the romantic sports drama film Love & Basketball, and landed her breakthrough role in the teen film Bring it On.
Being in the entertainment industry it’s not easy it comes with a lot of challenges. That is why you will hear people say when you are in the entertainment industry you must be disciplined, and whatever you do, do it to the best of your ability so that you can be noticed. And it’s known that when you are disciplined a lot of people will want to work with you.
People like Enhle they’ve been in the entertainment industry for a very long time, and she is still going strong. To some people, it might look like it’s not a big deal, but seeing a South African celebrity with an American celebrity in one place especially someone like Gabrielle Union, it’s a big deal because it’s everyone’s dream to go to America or meet American stars one day, whether you are a celebrity or not.
I guess that’s the reason why people were happy for Enhle when they saw her with Gabrielle Union hosting the clicks flawlessbygu product collection.
Gabrielle is one of the biggest stars in America and seeing her with Enhle in one place it’s amazing, because something like this doesn’t happen every day whereby another South African is achieving like this, and we become proud seeing her there. After all, her being there it’s not by mistake but it shows she is doing something right, for people notice her and want to always work with her.
Enhle did well for herself, and she continues to represent South Africa in an amazingly good way.