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Beautiful Photos of Siphesihle Ndaba The Mzansi Actress Who Studied Economics in College Secretly

Currently based in South Africa, Siphesihle Ndaba is a young, gorgeous, and accomplished actor. Having made her television debut in Gomora, Mzansi Magic's latest blockbuster series, she has already captured the hearts of many fans. The telenovela features her as Mazet, a character that she represents on screen. In addition to her theatrical playing, she has been part in the Grahamstown National Arts Festival, where she directed a piece entitled Skinned in 2018.

Following graduation from Oprah Winfrey Leadership for Girls School, she went on to study for a Bachelor of Social Science degree at Rhodes University from 2016 to 2019, where she majored in psychology, business and acting. Her bachelor's degree in dramatic arts with honors was in acting and physical theatre with an emphasis on application.

Skinned, a theatrical production directed by her, was performed at The National Arts Festival Fringes in the summer of 2018. Mazet is a stunning and dangerous young lady from Alexandra who tempts Ntobeko into a life of crime, and Siphesihle Ndaba portrays her in the Mzansi Magic telenovela Gomora, which premiered on Mzansi Magic in March 2020.

When traffic officers mistaken her for her fictional character Mazet, she had a hilarious interaction, which she shared with the group. With her portrayal as MaZet on Gomora, she has won the affection of and grabbed the hearts of South Africans. Car thefts are commonplace for the female mobster on the program. She said on Twitter that she was pulled over by traffic officials who feared she had stolen her automobile. We were pulled over by traffic officers, and it was by far the most amusing encounter we've ever had." The moment she pulled down her window and heard him say, "Hau Mazet," she knew things were going to become ugly. Afterwards, she informed her followers of the questions she had been grilled with.

Photo Credit: Siphesihle Ndaba Instagram Page

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