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Do you remember Khethiwe from Generation? Check out how she looks now in real life

Winnie Ntshaba, a South African actress, shot to prominence thanks to the television show Generations on SABC 1. Even though she first appeared in the 2000s, her career didn't really begin to take off until just yesterday.

On September 1st, 1975, Ntshaba was born in the province of Kwa-Zulu Natal. The fact that her older sister encouraged her to keep pursuing her education makes her a model for her to look up to and emulate.

She earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Drama from the University of Natal in Durban, where she also received the highest honors that could be awarded for that degree.

Soon after moving to Johannesburg in the year 2000, she started working as a performer at AREPP Shoe String Productions, where she took part in a variety of community and corporate outreach programs. After a short while, in 2004, she was cast in the leading role of the television drama Jozi Streets.

Ntshaba was given a supporting part in the film Yesterday, which was released in 2004, and Leleti Khumalo was the film's main character. Those who saw her in her first major film role gave the performance high marks, and she received positive feedback as a result.

Take a look at these breathtaking images that were taken of Winnie Ntshaba in recent times:

The leading role that established Ntshaba as an actress was in Claire Stopford's drama Shreds and Dreams, which she also wrote and directed (2004). In addition to that, she went on to star in three additional films in prominent roles.

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Khethiwe Kwa-Zulu South African University of Winnie Ntshaba


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