Gail Mabalane: He says I was home delivered to him

Actress Gail Mabalane says she will be back on our screen s in October.

The Wild actress says she will be recording a new series that will play on Mzansi Magic from next week.

Speaking to Azania Mosaka, the mother of two says juggling between motherhood and her career has been a bit challenging but she is making the best out of it.

Speaking of how she and her husband met, Mabalane couldn't help but blush as she recounted the day she met Kabelo.

He always makes this joke that I was home delivered to him.

Gail Mabalane, Actress

A mutual friend used to run a home cell from his house and he forced me to the home cell. And that's how we met. I was home delivered to his house.

Gail Mabalane, Actress

One of the biggest things I was attracted to was that I didn't have to drag him to church because it was a big issue for me.

Gail Mabalane, Actress

Listen to how she juggles between being a working mom...


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