Mbo Mahocs is a Zimbabwean socialite and television personality. She co-hosts the TV show Thatha Wena with Gilmore Tee.

Mbo Mahocs
Born Mbonisi Mahonondo
Education Bulawayo Polytechnic
Occupation
  • Socialite
  • Architect
Known for Being a socialite.

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Background

Her birth name is Mbonisi Mahonondo.[1]

Education

She completed her architectural studies at the Bulawayo Polytechnic.[2]

Career

She co-hosts the television show Thatha Wena with Gilmore Tee. Mbo co-hosted the Zimbabwe Music Awards red carpet with Gimore Tee in 2016.[3]



Controversies

Dating Sugar Daddies allegations

In 2015 she was accused of dating another socialite, Mzoe 7, while in a relationship with another man identified as Welshman Sibanda. Sources said that she was driving cars that were not anywhere near her worth and assumptions were that she was dating sugar daddies that she was milking of their wealth. She, however denied the allegations and posted on her Facebook and Twitter accounts saying she has nothing to do with sugar daddies. In an interview with Sunday News she said that she was friends with Mzoe 7 and that she did not know any Welshman Sibanda.[1]

Joining eTV Soapie Scandal

Mbo Mahocs made her debut appearance on the soap opera yesterday playing alongside legendary actors including Hlomla Dandala, Kgomotso Christopher and Joyce Skefu.

Known for co-hosting Thatha Wena, Mbo Mahocs told NewsDay Life & Style that she was excited to be part of the soapie.[3]


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References

  1. 1.0 1.1 Rebecca Nyathi, Mbo Mahocs denies involvement with sugar daddies, Sunday News, published: February 22, 2015, retrieved: May 26, 2017
  2. Bongani Ndlovu, Mbo Mahocs relocates to SA, Chronicle, published: June 22, 2016, retrieved: May 26, 2017
  3. 3.0 3.1 Mbo Mahocs back on local TV, Chronicle, published: April 27, 2017, retrieved: May 26, 2017 Cite error: Invalid <ref> tag; name "Chronicle" defined multiple times with different content

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