Mamelodi Sundowns Star and Musician Flaunts Twin Mercedes Benz' With Partner

Mamelodi Sundowns Star and Musician Flaunts Twin Mercedes Benz' With Partner

  • One of the most unique sports stars South Africa produced continues to live it up off the pitch
  • Mamelodi Sundowns' Lehlogonolo Mashigo showed off her taste in stylish and expensive cars
  • She is quite possibly the only professional in the country who plays sports and makes music

Lehlogonolo Mashigo is living the good life on and off the pitch.

The Mamelodi Sundowns star is part of a team that - like their male counterparts - has an iron grip on South African football. However, she also shines off the pitch too, enjoying a career as a musician.

lehlogonolo mashigo, mamelodi sundowns, hope ramagfalo, house of h&h, mercedes benz am 45
'House of H&H' duo Lehlogonolo Mashigo and Hope Ramafalo. Image source: @hlogi_mash_.
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Kick Off reported that Mashigo and her dance partner, Hope Ramafalo - an 'are-they-or-aren't-they' duo in terms of dating - showed off matching Mercedes-Benz AM 45s on their dual Instagram page.

The publication added that Mashigo brought hers last November to complete the symbiotic nature of the partnership they have dubbed 'House of H&H'.

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The Amakhosi are in a funk on the field of play, having lost their last three DStv Premiership matches on the bounce. Now they are in an embarrassing spot of bother in the boardroom.

FIFA has ordered the club to cough up around R360K in add-ons to Zimbabwean side, Chicken Inn for Teenage Hadebe, following his departure to Turkish Super Lig team, Yeni Malatyaspor in 2019.

'Lipstick Lady' becomes business-savvy

Nomvula Kgoale is ensuring she maximises her earning potential while she still can, Sports Brief also reported.

The Banyana Banyana player rose to prominence during their run to win the 2022 Women Africa Cup of Nations in Morocco, during which she was always seen putting on lipstick before - and sometimes during - matches.

Kgoale sealed her nickname when she danced in a video while putting her favourite chap-stick, turning this into something of a business by wearing clothes branded with 'The Lipstick Lady'.