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Masasa Mbangeni is our WCW!
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Our woman crush this week is none other than the super talented Masasa Mbangeni. She is an actress who is born and bred in Port Elizabeth but came to Jozi to study for a BA in dramatic arts at Wits. She later ended up landing an acting role at the Scandal soapie on e.tv as she portrays the character of Thembeka,  This character has elevated Masasa to another level in the Industry. She has since won a South African Film and Television Award for this role as the “Best actress  in a Soapie”.

A model struts a designer outfit during the Eastern Bridal Fair Fashion show at the Durban Exhibition Centre in Durban on 5 September 2014.A model struts a designer outfit during the Eastern Bridal Fair Fashion show at the Durban Exhibition Centre in Durban on 5 September 2014.A model struts a designer outfit during the Eastern Bridal Fair Fashion show at the Durban Exhibition Centre in Durban on 5 September 2014.Members of the Nat Nakasa family and friends pay their last respects as they place flowers on the coffin and remains of anti apartheid and former DRUM Magazine journalist Nathaniel 'Nat' Nakasa at Nakasa's reburial at the Heroes Acre Cemetery on September 13, 2014 in Durban, South Africa. Nakasa, a journalist who worked for Drum magazine, the Rand Daily Mail and Illanga newspapers among others, was forced to leave South Africa on an exit visa when the apartheid government refused to grant him a passport after he was awarded a Nieman fellowship at Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts.Nakasa died after falling from a building in New York in an apparent suicide in 1965.AFP /PHOTO RAJESH JANTILALMembers of the Nat Nakasa family and friends pay their last respects as they place flowers on the coffin and remains of anti apartheid and former DRUM Magazine journalist Nathaniel 'Nat' Nakasa at Nakasa's reburial at the Heroes Acre Cemetery on September 13, 2014 in Durban, South Africa. Nakasa, a journalist who worked for Drum magazine, the Rand Daily Mail and Illanga newspapers among others, was forced to leave South Africa on an exit visa when the apartheid government refused to grant him a passport after he was awarded a Nieman fellowship at Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts.Nakasa died after falling from a building in New York in an apparent suicide in 1965.AFP /PHOTO RAJESH JANTILALattend the glamorous wedding of Minister of Home Affairs Malusi Gigaba and his newly wed wife Noma Gigaba at the Botanic gardens on 30 August 2014.PHOTO:RAJESH J

She is an elegant beauty who always oozes style and grace on the red the carpet. She is our pick of the week and with the waves that she has already made on Scandal, we will be seeing her for a long time in the industry.

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