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The are only three Women who they think acn fit to take the leading role in the Rosemary Ndlovu Movie twitter call out leader. The likes of Brenda Ngxoli Manaka Ranaka and
Brenda Ngxoli is a South African award-winning actress. She plays the role Nomande on iThemba. Ngxoli returned to acting in the year 2019 after more than four years hiatus from entertainment. Brenda is famous for playing Vuyo in Home Affairs, a TV show that aired between 2005 and 2007.
On 10 May 2020, it was reported that Ngxoli will be joining The Queen where she plays the role NomaPrincess “Noma” Matshikiza who owes millions of rands to her friend Harriet. She is also a public speaker, motivational speaker, and she facilitates workshops on issues such as business proposal writing and health.
Ngxoli is 40 years old as of 2021, she was born on 3 July 1980 in Eastern Cape, South Africa. She celebrates her birthday on July 3 every year.The talented actor she was graduated from the University of Cape Town and graduated with a BA Theatre and Performers Diploma in Speech and Drama in 2000.
Brenda Ngxoli Bio
Full Names: Bongiwe Brenda Ngxoli
Popular As: Vuyo in Home Affairs, a TV show that aired between 2005 and 2007.
Occupation / Profession: Actress
Nationality: South African
Race / Ethnicity: African
Religion: To be updated
Sexual Orientation: Straight
Brenda Ngxoli Birthday
Age / How Old?: 40 years old as of 2021
Zodiac Sign: To be updated
Date of Birth: 3 July 1980
Place of Birth: Eastern Cape, South Africa
Birthday: July 3
Brenda Ngxoli Body Measurements
Body Measurements: To be updated
Height / How Tall?: Average
Marital Status: Single
Dating / Boyfriend: Single
Children: To be updated
Brenda Ngxoli Networth and Salary
Net Worth: R950 000
Salary: Under Review
Source of Income: Acting
Brenda Ngxoli House and Cars
Place of living: Eastern Cape, South Africa
Cars: Car Brand to be Updated
Brenda Ngxoli Sangoma
Ngxoli doesn’t shake hands or hug anyone who greets her. Instead, she claps twice and says “Camagu” as a nod to her ancestors. “Yes, I went through the sangoma initiation process called ukuthwasa,” Brenda says. It’s not something she wants to discuss at length, but she is proud to have answered the call. “I encourage people to explore our African spirituality.
I believe we all have those senses, but some choose to exercise them at church because we’ve been conditioned that way.” Her journey to becoming a sangoma is part of the reason she left Joburg. “Things were going well for me and I was happy. But it got to a point where I questioned my being and my origins,” she says.
Ngxoli played Meet NomaPrincess “Noma” Matshikiza. She’s in town to make amends with her old friend, Midrand’s most notorious drug dealer, Harriet Khoza (Connie Ferguson).
Soweto, Johannesburg,South Africa born actress known for playing her starring role for long standing soap opera Generations the legacy Lucy diale Who real Name is Manaka Ranaka the 46 years old Mother born born 6 April 1979 was name on the lips of contenders who might bee chooses to playe Rosemary Ndlovu Movie.
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