DJ Zinhle, Rethabile and Mvzzle took to the DSTV stage at the DSTV Mzansi Viewer’s Choice Awards( DSTVMVCA) 2020 to perform their hit song Umlilo. Umlilo was undoubtedly on the biggest songs in 2019, dominating the radio waves. Fans even named Umlilo, the song of the year 2019. DJ Zinhle, Rethabile and Mvzzle closed the show with a fiery performance the left the audience and viewers wanting more.
As if the performance was not already great enough, the appearance of a special surprise performer had the crowd going wild. Rethabile was joined on stage by singer Winnie Khumalo, who is her mother. Mam’ Winnie has been in the music industry since she was 15 and has worked with Chicco Twala, Brenda Fassie as her backing vocalist, Brothers of Peace (B.O.P), Bongo Maffin, Zonke Dikana and DJ Cleo to name a few.
I Love the fact we are all shocked that Rethabile is Winnie Khumalo’s child… She was able to establish her career without using her mothers influence.
— Odwa Goduka ® (@odwa_goduka) March 14, 2020
Winnie is well known for her song, I just wanna live my life, which was nominated at the Channel O Music awards nominated for Best Dance Video and Best Afro Pop video”.
The sweet moment between the mother and daughter warmed fans hearts, with many fans now understanding where Rethabile gets her talent from.
A lot of fans were even surprised to find out that Mam Winnie is Rethabile’s mother.
Fire in, fire out – the #DStvMVCA brings everyone together (even families!) together! Limpopo’s FINEST @MasterKGsa and @makhadzimuimbi into #Umlilo by @DJZinhle & @Rethabile_rsa… AND special guest mama @winniekhumalo!https://t.co/0IlnxnIdsz pic.twitter.com/2QwJNNqpVp
— Mzansi Magic (@Mzansimagic) March 14, 2020
In other news – Losing Lerato wins 6 international awards
Local film Losing Lerato won 5 international awards at the Idyllwild International Festival Of Cinema in California. The awards include best actor feature for star and producer Kagiso Modupe, best actress feature for Samela Tyelbooi, best child performance for Tshimollo Modupe.
The film also scooped up the best original score for Brian Temba, Golden Era Humanitarian Narrative Award and the coveted festival favourite.
he film tells the story of a young black man who takes matters into his own hands by kidnapping his daughter afterlife, the law, and the woman he once loved separates him from his child. Losing Lerato wins 6 international awards! Congratulations! Read more