Simphiwe Ngema, well known by his stage name Simz Ngema, is a well-known South African figure. He died in 2017, two months after she married Dumi Masilale, a Rhythm City artist. Simphiwe rose to prominence as an actress, singer, MC, choreographer, reality star, and television host.
Simz has stated that her parents supported her ambitions, but she credits Duma Ndlovu, the founder of Muvhango, with launching her career. He had approached her in 2016 with an offer to star in his play The Game.
Simz Ngema was born in Klipspruit, Soweto, Johannesburg, on August 29, 1989. She will be 31 years old in August of 2020. Simz has previously stated that giving birth was a difficult experience for her. When her mother became pregnant, she alleges, her parents were expecting a son. Simz became pregnant with her first kid while dating new boyfriend Tino Chinyani, a Zimbabwean actor and model. On June 23rd, 2020, she gave birth to a beautiful baby boy named Tiyani Kemorena Michael Chinyani. He has a clothing line named after him, according to rumors.
Simz Ngema's late husband was Dumi Masilale. Dumi rose to notoriety as a soccer player before going on to pursue a career as a musician. He was, however, involved in a car accident, which forced him to quit football and focus on music. He got up to the top 18 after auditioning for Idols South Africa. His pleasant demeanor helped him enter into the acting industry. He was well known for his role in the TV drama Rhythm City. He continued to compose music while acting.
Phindile Gwala is an actress and businesswoman best known for her performance on Muvhango as Nonny. She is currently starring as Fikile in the film Imbewu. One of the reasons so many people adore her is because her character, Nonny, is full of drama. Her attractive looks, seductive body, and intelligence make her even more appealing.
After being raised by preachers and devout Christians, she decides to seek a career in the entertainment world. Phindile is well known for her role as Nonny in Muvhango, and her charisma has everyone smitten. She starts her first job in 2012 and finishes it five years later. All of this is part of her overall strategy for establishing her own brand.
She does not give up on love, despite the fact that most of her lovers dated her because of her popularity. She's had to deal with males who have hurt her feelings and then accused her of crying hysterically. Who says actors don't have the same feelings as the rest of us? That's a discussion for another time....
Phindile Gwala's husband is murdered in a car accident when she finally finds love, leaving her with their small daughter.
The actress meets Armando Ngandu, a Congolese model, after months of messaging, and the two fall in love. After two years of dating, the beautiful model, who also has a child from a previous relationship, decides to propose to the actress.
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