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WATCH: Getting To Know Bontle Modiselle Full Interview

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WATCH: Getting To Know Bontle Modiselle – Full Interview

Bontle Modiselle is by far one of South Africa’s most multifaceted performers. Over a relatively short period of time, the Soweto-born beauty has gone from an unknown dancer with just a dream, to one of the country’s most sought after film and TV personalities.

Bontle stepped into the spotlight when she played the female lead in Africa’s first dance film, Hear Me Move (2015), for which she received an Africa Movie Academy Awards (AMAA) nomination for Best Supporting Actress. In 2016 we saw her true diversity as an entertainer when she joined Rob van Vuuren as co-host for the reality competition series Showville (SABC 2), and later that year as Choreographer for the pop culture phenomenon, Lip Sync Battle Africa (Etv).

In 2017 Bontle returned to the small screen, first as actress in the drama Thula’s Vine (SABC 3), and then as TV Presenter on Club 808, where she co-hosted the popular show on Etv. The year 2018 proved early on to be a big one for Bontle, first as Judge on the reality TV show Ultimate House Party (Mzansi Magic), and then being appointed as Ambassador for the iconic cosmetic brand, REVLON.

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WATCH Nasty C explains his #1120under5 campaign

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SEE Nasty C on why he is involved in the #1120under5 movement.

It’s been on murals, apparel and Nasty C’s social media platforms. Rumours have spread about #1120under5 being a new album, new music and even a brand-new fashion line.

The real story behind #1120under5 is out.

The reality is that 1120 children under the age of 5 die of malnutrition in South Africa. 

KFC Add Hope flips the script to put childhood hunger back in the spotlight
It’s been on murals, apparel and Nasty C’s social media platforms. Rumours have spread about #1120under5 being a new album, new music and even a brand-new fashion line.

But today, the real story behind #1120under5 is out.

The reality is that 1120 children under the age of 5 die of malnutrition in South Africa*.

With October being World Hunger Month, Add Hope, KFC’s national feeding programme that feeds over 120 000 children, has partnered with some of South Africa’s most loved personalities to put childhood hunger back in the spotlight, where it belongs.

Let’s stand together, join a movement to help drop this stat and ensure that no child goes to bed hungry

says Nasty C.

READ more about this campaign HERE, watch the video above for the full scoop!

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