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70 Year Old Lillian Dube finds lost love after 13 years , Kenneth Mgqamqo


The veteran actress has rekindled her love with an old flame, Kenneth Mgqamqo.
With her signature exuberance and sense of humour, the Muvhango actress, who plays Mampho in the SABC2 drama series, said her lover was her "new old-man" because they were once a couple before parting ways and have reunited after 13 years.
"I think we are both blessed because when he came back into my life he found me without someone and everything just fell into place," the legendary actress giggled when Sunday World caught up with her this week.
The stage and screen veteran, who turned 70 last month, said her man came at the right time when she needed a shoulder to cry on following her cancer operation and recovery from the procedure.
The South African entertainment icon, famed for playing Baratang in the 1980s made-for-TV drama Mopheme and Sister Bettina in the SABC2 education series Soul City, among many others, denied her bubbly personality lately was as a result of her new found love.
"I don't need a man for my happiness. I think by now every one knows that I'm a jolly, free-spirited person who enjoys life," Dube said. "[But] We all need companionship and it's a bonus now that I've found the love of my life.
"My happiness comes naturally, but we all want to be loved and reciprocate the love showed to us."
She revealed that her man is a Libra and they share the same Zodiac sign. "It could be we were meant for each other that's why we're back in each other's arms - after 13 years!"
Dube said she would love to thank Mgqamqo, members of her family, friends and all the people who know her for showing compassion and caring throughout her life's challenges.
"They've laughed and smiled with me; they have cried with me in times of sorrow, so I'm thankful and appreciate the personal support and that of my projects.
"I'm so blessed because after all I've been through I'm enjoying life to the fullest."
Dube said she was inviting people to attend the launch of her social outreach initiative Celebrities for Good Causes Foundation at a star-studded concert at Gold Reef City, Johannesburg, on November 17.
With her foundation Dube aims to collect 70000 pairs of school shoes to be distributed to needy children nationally.
The launch, initially meant for October 22, was postponed because she was recovering from the operation and is now healing at home."
The Cancervive ambassador urged celebrities to come in their numbers under one umbrella to celebrate and contribute to a good cause.
70 Year Old Lillian Dube finds lost love after 13 years , Kenneth Mgqamqo 70 Year Old Lillian Dube finds lost love after 13 years , Kenneth Mgqamqo Reviewed by Khabza Mkhize on 10/25/2015 11:35:00 am Rating: 5

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