Actress Azwimmbavhi Rambuda, who plays Mpho in ‘Muvhango’ just got married. Image via Instagram @mrslitelu

‘Muvhango’ actress Azwimmbavhi Rambuda gets married [VIDEO]

‘Muvhango’ actress Azwimmbavhi Rambuda, who plays Mpho on the SABC2 soapie has married her long-time partner.


Actress Azwimmbavhi Rambuda, who plays Mpho in ‘Muvhango’ just got married. Image via Instagram @mrslitelu

The popular Muvhango actress Azwimmbavhi Rambuda, who plays Tenda’s wife Mpho on SABC2’s Venda soapie has tied the knot.  

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The seasoned actress Azwimmbavhi Rambuda, who plays Chief Azwindini’s ex-wife Mpho in Muvhango took to her Instagram account a few days ago to share photos and videos that wedding day with her partner, whose identity has been kept private.  

“You lay down your individual life to pick up a brand-new one with your other half. When you surrender to God, you lay down your old life to pick up a new one with Christ.”  

“A life linked to God can only produce greatness, an overflow of His love and greatness. A heavenly blessed life. You walk under an open heaven, literally.”  

Rambuda also thanked her fans, friends, and colleagues for supporting her on the big day.   

“Bone of my bones, spirit of my spirit, we are beyond grateful to have you in our lives. From the bottom of our hearts, thank you for all the congratulatory messages and blessings. We are genuinely humbled and grateful,” she wrote.  

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Rambuda who plays a former beauty queen Mpho and who was married to Chief Azwindini Mukwevho told Drum Magazine that she knows quite a bit about living a life of royalty.   

After all, not only is she a member of the royal family on Muvhango, but she’s also a princess in real life.   

Rambuda has been on Muvhango for a few years now and has firmly made a place for herself in the industry.   

Having very protective and strict parents, making a career from it wasn’t something that was on her radar though until she entered a talent competition.  

“I grew up like a normal kid and although I am from royalty, it felt normal to me growing up in the royal house. My dad is not the king, but his brother was the king and he passed away. My mom was very strict, and we used to play at home and not with other kids.”  

“The attention I got afterwards amazed me and I thought, ‘Oh okay I like doing this!’ There were acting workshops also being done around the area and my mother would encourage me to go try them out.” 

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