Mduduzi Mabaso

Former Rhythm City actor ’s 15-year with from Zone 14


is best known for his on-screen character in Rhythm City as . He was cast as a celebrated villain who knew how to play his cards well on the now canned drama series. However, he was also known for being promiscuous.


It seems as if he dated everyone hot in DK. From Puleng to Nandi, he double-crossed them all. In the wake of his exit from Rhythm City, he bagged a lead role in Mansi Magics starstudded drama series DiepCity as Bra Elliot. In the drama series, he stars alongside Dawn Thandeka King.

Rhythm City’s Suffocate Ndlovu and Puleng (Source Instagram)


Like in Rhythm City, Bra Elliot has the plug and the drip. Despite being married to Maureen character, played by Vele Manenje, he went on to heat with Zola character played by Sonia Mbele. In the backdrop of his on-screen characters and scenes, Mzansi has been wondering if Mduduzi is married or not?


Former Rhythm City actor Suffocate Ndlovu’s 15-year marriage with from Zone 14


Ooops, sorry, ladies, he is off the market. The seasoned actor is a father of four and has been married for more than a decade. To be precise, he has been in a relationship with one Zone 14 Production team. On Zone 14 set, Mdudusi fell in love with one of Zone 14 producers Metsileng.

However, during some of his interviews in recent years, the actor revealed that he took a year courting before she accepted. On the other hand, during an interview with Drum Magazine, Fatima made it clear that Mdudusi was the complete opposite of his on-screen character. She added that he is more than humble and caring.

Rhythm City actor Suffocate Ndlovu and Fatima


In the mix of things, the rumour mill once peddled daring rumours indicating that Fatima was older than Mduduzi, but it seems it was just a lie.


The star actor happens to be six years older than his wife, who is 39-years old. We can all agree the two have fast become one of Mzansi’s power couple from serving couples goals to baecation. Their Instagram accounts feeds takes Mzansi through their 15-years affair.

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