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Phindile Gwala-Ngandu has been taken to court by the body corporate where she lives. Photo: Supplied
Phindile Gwala-Ngandu has been taken to court by the body corporate where she lives. Photo: Supplied

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A Johannesburg-based body corporate wants to disconnect the electricity where Imbewu: The Seed actress Phindile Gwala-Ngandu lives, claiming that she failed to pay for the electricity consumption and utilities amounting to more than R100 000.

The Bramley Mews Body Corporate approached the Johannesburg High Court last week seeking a court order to compel Gwala-Ngandu, who is known as Fikile on the popular eTV soapie, to settle the bill worth R115 641.98.

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