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Hlubi Mboya is one of the country's best loved actresses. Her chocolate skin and velvety voice make her a pleasure to encounter.
Most people would recognise her as Nandipha Sithole - the HIV-positive character she plays inIsidingo.
Hlubi dazzled us with her moves on the fifth season of Strictly Come Dancing, where she powered through the tango, rumba and paso doble, leaving us all in diamante-encrusted awe.
She's also joined the World Food Programme and, as if this didn't earn her enough points in heaven, she's an ambassador for the Reach for a Dream Foundation. But for now she sets aside her cape and turns her attention to finding the perfect muffin.
The first muffin put to the test is the choc-chip muffin from Fournos. It is found to be too big, too hard on the outside and has far too much chocolate for it to be eaten for breakfast. The second contender, a banana pecan muffin, is greeted with a sensuous "oooo". "You get everything you need in two or three bites. Pure heaven."
The Quattro muffin from Vida e Caffe has a tough act to follow. "It's perfect for lunch. It smells divine, I'll need a knife and fork for it."
The honey and muesli muffin from Urban Bean impresses her. It's perfect "go-go-go food, but despite the fantastic taste I do feel that I will have to wash it down with something".
The lemon and poppy seed muffin from Europa brings out Hlubi's health conscious side. "This would be good for the digestive system."
The tasting comes to a glorious end with the indulgent blueberry muffin from Mugg & Bean. "This brings out the dessert element of muffins."
Despite them all being worthy contenders, only one can come out on top and the savoury muffin from La Vida e Caffe is crowned King of the Muffin Kingdom. - Keitumetse Segoai