Ndlozi Praises Mmabatho Montsho for Winning an Award in Paris

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    Mbuyiseni Ndlozi is a South African political activist and politician. Therefore, he is a member of the National Assembly of South Africa. Ndlozi gushes over Mmabatho Montsho for winning an Award in Paris. Mmabatho Montsho is a popular South African actress, filmmaker and writer. However, she is mostly known for tv series Emoyeni 2018. Some of her most famous projects include Lockdown Phindi, The Award Ceremony and Joko Ya Hao. Montsho is married to the politician Mbuyiseni Ndlozi. They have been together since a long time.

    The actress recently directed a film in 2021. The short film was a gothic family drama titled as Desmond’s Not Here Anymore. The silm stars S.Epatha Merkerson, Yolonda Ross and Angela DiMarco. Therefore, It was released on 2nd July 2021 on Hulu.


    Mmabatho Montsho won an Award for her best directorial Desmond’s Not Here Anymore. The short film director won the award at Paris International Film Festival. It achieved the award of BEST SHORT FILM FOR CHANGE. The director took to her Twitter and shared the news of winning award for her short film. In addition, She tweeted: “News of winning an award for breakfast goes down good. Desmond’s Not Here Anymore wins BEST SHORT FILM FOR CHANGE in Paris! Thank you @ParisIntlFest 🎬🥂 well done team @DNHAShort”.

    Talking to Mmabatho Montsho twitter account:

    Moreover, Mmabatho’s partner Ndlozi coudn’t hold back and tweets about her achievement. He praised her wife for achieving the award in Paris. Mbuyiseni coudn’t stop gushing over the achievement of his wife. He expressed that how much he proud of his partner. The politician took to his tweeter and expressed his happiness. In addition, He wrote: “Congratulations @MmabathoMontsho on Desmond’s Not Here Anymore winning BEST SHORT FILM FOR CHANGE at the Paris International Film Festival, 2022
    You continue to make us proud as both a country & black people.”

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