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Masechaba Ndlovu Biography, Age, Divorce, Husband, Children, Show, Parents, Sister, First Marriage, Salary, Net worth

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Masechaba Ndlovu Biography

Masechaba Ndlovu (Masechaba Lekalake) is a Zambian-born South African actress, television producer and producer born on 10th September 1983 in Zambia. She is the CEO and owner of Masechaba Media.

At the age of 6 she joined her parents in the United States where she lived and studied in Oakland, California for 7 years. At the end of 1995 she returned to South Africa and completed her high school education in 2000.

Masechaba Ndlovu Age

34 years as at 2017 (She was born on 10th September 1983)

Masechaba Ndlovu Parents

Her parents were soweto born revolutionaries and has a sister who is five years younger than her. She spent the first 5 years of her life in Zambia and a few months in Zimbabwe. She then spent a few months with her grandmother while her parents pursued their military training in the former Soviet Union.

Masechaba Ndlovu Sister

She revealed that she has a sister who is 5 years younger than her.

Masechaba Ndlovu Net worth and salary

She has an estimated net worth of $1.65 million USD as at 2018. She earns $10,000 to $15,000 per show

Masechaba Ndlovu Career

Masechaba has always had a pasion for writing since she was young. She wrote children’s short stories that were published in local children’s magazines in the US.

She has a media studies certificate in which she majored in Journalism, Video Broadcasting and Public relations. She joined prime production company Urban Brew Studios. While there she became studio anchor and video journalist for ‘Into Africa’, a travel show on SABC Africa that she co-presented with Hlomla Dandala.She was also researcher, content- producer and scriptwriter for the show.

In 2006 Masechaba Ndlovu resigned from Urban Brew and became a freelance writer and story-liner before being head-hunted by the SABC.

Prior to being snatched up by Weekend Live, Masechaba pioneered Africa’s premier entertainment news programme, Afro-Showbiz News. As a producer and anchor of the show, she developed Afro-Showbiz News from concept to post-production.

It was during this time that she was selected as studio anchor and video journalist for Into Africa, a travel show on SABC Africa that Masechaba co-presented with Hlomla Dandala, and one that took her across the continent to countries such as Ethiopia, Egypt, Burkina Faso, Uganda, Ghana, and Nigeria. She was also a researcher, content-producer and scriptwriter for the show.

Masechaba Ndlovu saw the ratings of SABC2 tripple for 2 consecutive seasons as a host on South Africa’s very own Sporting show WWP. She’s interviewed local & international stars like Will Smith & Didier Awadi as a video journalist on SABC1’s late-night music show Reliable Slamdown. She has also been a guest presenter on Live, SABC 1’s leading urban music show.

Masechaba Ndlovu is also a qualified voice-over artist and other media experience includes directing music videos and hosting entertainment events.She’s presented numerous other shows, including the MTN Gameshow, That’I’Zak; as well as SABC3’s Creativity Gameshow, Out of the Box with Paul Viv.

In 2012 she hosted the SABC2 reality competition series Big Break Legacy and in 2014 she hosted the e.tv game show I Love South Africa.

In 2013 she began hosting the talk show Eksê: Let’s Talk with Masechaba Lekalake with Tol A$$ Mo and Refilwe Modiselle on the OpenView HD channel eKasi+. It was the first original series to air on eKasi+, starting on the evening that the channel went live in October 2013. It began the following day on e.tv as well and got a second season in 2014.

Also in 2014, she hosted the e.tv game show I Love South Africa. She was the anchor of terrestrial TV channel eNews Africa, alongside former super sport presenter Tony Ndoro and Power FM evening talk show host. She currently co-hosts ‘The Drive’ at Metro Fm alongside Mo Flava.

Masechaba Ndlovu Show

She hosts her own show ‘Mose Waka’ on SABC 2 on Tuesday at 8.30pm. She announced the premier of her show in September 2017. She interviews celebrities and gets know more about them through three items of their wardrobe.

Masechaba Ndlovu  Acting Career

She debuted on SABC screens as a supporting actress on the soapie Generations, before clinching a lead role in the e.tv soapie Backstage in 2003.

Masechaba Ndlovu Films

  • Backstage Season 1
  • Generations season 1 as Upmarket Escort
  • Snitch season 1 as Undecover Cop
  • Zaziwa season 4

Masechaba Ndlovu First Husband

She was married to a businessman, Mfundo Ntsibande but they later divorced. She says that during her first marriage she was a little girl.

Masechaba Ndlovu Husband

Masechaba Ndlovu married Vusi Ndlovu in 2015 and changed her name to Masechaba Ndlovu, being credited with the name for the first time when she began hosting The Big Debate, talk show,on e.tv. She explained the difference between her first marriage and second marriage as

“It’s a much more mature relationship. I was a little girl when I got married the first time. I’m now a grown woman, more in tune with who I am and what I need and what I have to offer. I am less afraid of my power,”

Masechaba Ndlovu Children

She has two children Lungelo (from her previous marriage) and King Itumeleng. Her husband has two children from previous relationships which she helps co parent.

” I remove the ‘step’ from stepmother. I am a mother to all our children. I love and reprimand them the same”

Masechaba Ndlovu Divorce

On 12th July Masechaba Ndlovu tok to facebbok to announce her separation from her husband Vusi Ndlovu.

“I’ve taken the very painful decision of separating from my husband, the love of my life, the man of my dreams. My ride or die. Sometimes in life, the best thing you can do is the hardest thing you’ve ever done. We will always remain friends and fantastic parents to our children – and we will always love and care for each other.

So many people remain in relationships that no longer serve them because they are afraid of what people are going to say. Afraid of what it’s going to do to the kids.

Often, people keep up pretenses because of the fear to be seen as failures or to lose credibility. We forget that the best gift you can give to the world and yourself is your happiness. Your truth. Social media shouldn’t only be about flaunting the good times.

Let’s engage and grow each other even in the difficult times. Life is a journey and not a destination. I’ve always preached to young women that self-love is the highest form of love. We should be giving from our saucer and not from our cup. Which means our cup has to overflow in order for us to give.

When you allow yourself to run on empty, don’t blame the people around you, blame the person inside you. When you truly love yourself, you will not allow yourself to run on empty. You will only keep people in your life who will love you equally as hard. Often we lie to ourselves because we try to bend, to water it down; to make it logical; to edit our souls to make it work.

The truth is your soul knows what it needs to heal itself, the challenge is to silence the mind. The truth may hurt for a little while, but a lie will hurt forever. Remember that the only people who will be mad at you for speaking the truth, are people who are living a lie. Do what you feel in your heart to be right. No matter what. You deserve to be happy. You deserve to live a life you are excited about. You deserve to be loved and you deserve to feel appreciated. Tag someone who needs to hear this.”

Masechaba Ndlovu Instagram

I’ve taken the very painful decision of separating from my husband, the love of my life, the man of my dreams. My ride or die. Sometimes in life, the best thing you can do is the hardest thing you’ve ever done. We will always remain friends and fantastic parents to our children – and we will always love and care for each other. So many people remain in relationships that no longer serve them because they are afraid of what people are going to say. Afraid of what it’s going to do to the kids. Often, people keep up pretenses because of the fear to be seen as failures or to lose credibility. We forget that the best gift you can give to the world and yourself is your happiness. Your truth. Social media shouldn’t only be about flaunting the good times. Let’s engage and grow each other even in the difficult times. Life is a journey and not a destination. I’ve always preached to young women that self-love is the highest form of love. We should be giving from our saucer and not from our cup. Which means our cup has to overflow in order for us to give. When you allow yourself to run on empty, don’t blame the people around you, blame the person inside you. When you truly love yourself, you will not allow yourself to run on empty. You will only keep people in your life who will love you equally as hard. Often we lie to ourselves because we try to bend, to water it down; to make it logical; to edit our souls to make it work. The truth is your soul knows what it needs to heal itself, the challenge is to silence the mind. The truth may hurt for a little while, but a lie will hurt forever. Remember that the only people who will be mad at you for speaking the truth, are people who are living a lie. Do what you feel in your heart to be right. No matter what. You deserve to be happy. You deserve to live a life you are excited about. You deserve to be loved and you deserve to feel appreciated. Tag someone who needs to hear this.

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