Her official name is Sophie Ndaba, but most people know her as Queen Moroka. South African actress Sophie Ndaba has been working professionally for ten years. Since then, she's proven time and time again that she can flourish in every role she's been given.
As an actor, she's also been absent from the spotlight owing to health issues. Sophie Ndaba may have died of diabetes, as rumor has it. She shed a significant amount of weight as a result of her battle with diabetes.
After declaring her illness, the actress left many people, particularly her fans, devastated. Most folks, on the other hand, are just happy she's still around and doing what she did before - namely, entertaining people.
She'll be 48 in a few years and is thinking of retiring to be with her family more.
Take a look at her photos here and she's amazing in screen and off screen.
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