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Actor Menzi Ngubane talks about how he is raising his daughters

Menzi Ngubane

Being a father to two daughters, veteran actor Menzi Ngubane has revealed that he makes sure he gives them the right guidance so they make the right life decisions. Menzi shared how he is raising his daughters, Siya, 22, and Ziyanda, 11, during a recent motivational talk in Tweeling, Free State.

Menzi Ngubane

The former Isibaya actor shared a video of his motivational speech on Instagram, highlighting that, “as a parent, I hide nothing from them. I tell them about the phases they will go through. He also touched on how he makes sure he teaches his girls to have high standards when it comes to men.

Menzi Ngubane

I always tell my girls to look at what I do in this house. Look at the places I take you, because I don’t want a boy to promise to take you to Sun City as if you’ve never been.

“I take my girls to Sun City, Durban and Cape Town because if there’s a boy who comes and promises to take them there, they will tell them that my dad took me there. So, come up with something new.

Speaking to young boys, Menzi said it is important for them to choose what they want to be . This thing of ‘the following suit’ because of the kind of people you look [up to], who are doing wrong, will only leave you lost. You need to choose what you want to be in life.

In other news – Horror as prominent M-Net TV producer and film director Muhammed Nagdee mysteriously disappears

Zainul Nagdee is distraught. He broke down into tears as he described the horror that he and his family had been through since his nephew Muhammed Nagdee disappeared. We are quite a close-knit family. None of us have slept for the past two weeks. I sit up and my mind goes into overdrive. The phone rings in the middle of the night and you have that hope that it may be Muhammed and your heart skips a beat.

Muhammed Nagdee

Muhammed was last seen last Tuesday at 7am in his blue Kia Cerato. The 38-year-old, a well-known Johannesburg TV producer and director, was dressed in a black shirt and jeans on the morning of his disappearance. He failed to arrive at work. Read more

Source: Timeslive