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But Lunga strongly disagrees with this statement, saying that revealing that he has money was not intentional.

“Throwing the fact that I have money was not intentional.

Free State website 6 March The Free State provincial government splurges R40-million of its budget on developing a website.

The province will determine whether it received value for money in the website deal, says Premier Ace Magashule, but the story is aggravated when he is accused of channelling millions of state rands to the same company that built the online platform.

I am also working on my own reality web series and being involved in the entertainment business.” Following the show, how do you plan on moving forward, despite the remarks and comments made on social media?

“I am already moving forward, just signed a PR deal worth (Millions) and looking to work with more brands and entertaining Africa.” What are you currently busy with?

When asked about it, Lunga dismissed rumours that he was engaged, saying, “Lady at a club? ” He also set the record straight about a Facebook post that went viral about “turning gay”. I’m comfortable around gay people now, as opposed to four years ago when I was irritated by gays.” And as for any beef between himself and Radio 702 talk show host, Eusebius Mc Kaizer, Lunga says that the radio personality is a “good friend”. There are no files, as he clearly knows where I stand in terms of dating.” What are your plans for the future after Will we be seeing more of Mahoney on our TV screens?

“Meet an amazing lady and inject the entertainment scene with lots of laughs and fun moments.

Lalla said instead of chasing fame, she could be seen at home with those close to her, sometimes even burning traditional incense sticks given to her by her father, who is a traditional healer. My dad is a sangoma so I am out there burning impepho (incense). I love what I do, but when the cameras are off, I am at home and I am with people I love, that are nurturing me, and I'm trying to develop my self rather than being cool - I see no value in that," she added.

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