South African celebrities who have twins have actually been a communal thing lately because there are many South African celebrities who actually are twins and mostly identical twins. Celebrity status comes with a burden embedded on it. Here are some South African celebrities with twins who have graced screens and entertained us.
Usually, most celebrities hardly lead private lives since they are scrutinized and followed by fans and haters alike. It is not surprising therefore that some choose to keep their life out of the public, especially when it comes to their family members.
Even so, no matter how hard they try, it is inevitable that the info will leak. Here is a list of some of the celebrities in South Africa with twins.
Oros and Prince Mampofu
The Mampofu twins are one of the most celebrated twins in Mzansi. The duo is well known for their splendid performances when it comes to the entertainment industry. Nkokheli Mampofu is well known for his on-screen character Jama on Skeem Saam. Surprisingly Oro’s brother Prince has also featured in the Skeem Saam.
Sindi Dlathu Zanele Dlathu
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Many might find it hard to believe that veteran actor Sindi Dlathu has a twin sister. Sindi is one of the most celebrated South African actresses. The star actress is well known for her role on Muvhango. Little is known about her private life but the award-winning actor has posted pictures of her twin sister on her social media timelines. The River actress has a twin sister by the name Zanele Dlathu.
Nokubonga and Nokwande Khuzwayo
Mzansi has been graced by a number of upcoming stars and one can point out Nokubonga and Nokwanda as an example. They are well known as the Imbewu twins. They play Zakithi and Futhi on e.tv drama series Imbewu: The Seed, their first TV roles for the identical pair. Some fans believe it’s one person playing two roles because so far they haven’t had a scene together, but in front of us is proof they are indeed two people almost carbon copies of each other.
Viggy and Virginia Qwabe
They stormed the entertainment industry with a surprise and they have been enjoying their fair share of fame. Viggy and Virginia thrust into the limelight when they participated in South Africa’s musical competition.
The duo has won the hearts of many through their craft and goals. In the past few weeks, they have made headlines for the wrong reasons. The two have been rumoured to be lesbians. The fast-rising duo is currently under the mentorship of DJ Tira.
Ntando and Hlelo Masina
They are both radio DJ twins and TV presenters. They had a popular show on YFM and a reality show on e.TV.
Ntando and Thando Duma
The Duma’s always serve Mzansi with goals and no doubt about that. Thando is a seasoned DJ and one of the few rare talents to have graced the entertainment. Whilst Ntando is a television and radio personality whose hustle is inexorable. They make up one of the coolest twin sisters’ duo.
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Major League DJs
Bandile and Banele Mbere, are hip hop DJ’s known as The Major League. They are one of South Africa’s famous twins. Not only do they share similar looks they are also in the same career.
Innocent Sadiki and Millicent Mashile.
The Sadiki twins are well known as the Cent Twins. Innocent and Millicent Sadiki are celebrated actresses and TV personalities. Innocent Sadiki on-screen character as Sthoko on Skeem Saam will probably go down with it.
Revolution Gorge and Joseph
Joseph and George Mothiba are popularly known as the revolution. They are from Alex and they started their career as dancers for a local house Dj during the 90s. Today, they are both in the music industry making music together and going by the name revolutionary brothers.
The K2- twins
They are known to be South Africa’s most famous models: Charlie and Alex Kotze. They are among South African twins who are celebrities, and they work together with their father in a farming business of grapes and vegetables.
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