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Former Muvhango actress Phindile Gwala shocks Mzansi

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Former Muvhango actress Phindile Gwala shocks Mzansi

Mzansi was shaken when they saw actress Phindile Gwala among the uMkhonto Wesizwe (MK) Party members who were sworn into Parliament on Tuesday, 25 June 2024.

 

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Many were shocked as the actress had not been seen campaigning for the MK or at any of the party’s structures. Some concluded that she was going to be an MK party member of Parliament and even posted about it on social media.

However, Phindile has cleared up the confusion.

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She issued a statement saying that she was at the swearing-in ceremony, not as an MK party member, but as a gesture of support for her spiritual mother and friend, Bishop Nokwethemba Mtshweni, who is a member of the MK party.

The statement read: “We would like to issue a clarification regarding recent speculations and assumptions. Actress Phindile Gwala accompanied Bishop Nokwethemba, a member of the MK Party and a close friend and spiritual mother, to the swearing-in ceremony as a gesture of support. However, it has come to our attention that some individuals have misconstrued this as her own swearing-in as a member of Parliament.

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“We would like to categorically state that Phindile Gwala was not an individual being sworn in at the ceremony. While we appreciate the interest and support, we kindly request that this clarification be noted to avoid any further misunderstanding. Phindile Gwala remains grateful for the ongoing support and interest in her endeavors as she looks forward to continuing her work in the entertainment industry.”

The statement was issued by Phindile’s publicity team through Kwathole Conexion.

MK party spokesman Nhlamulo Ndhlela was not available for comment as he was busy at the swearing-in ceremony.

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