Who is Siphesihle Ndaba?
Born on 04 August 1997, in Mofolo (Soweto), Gauteng, Siphesihle Ndaba is a South African actress best known for acting as MaZet on Mzansi Magic drama series Gomora. Siphesihle grew up playing the trumpet at church and later on upgraded to playing the trombone as a member of her high school orchestra. She also played a variety of sports, including touch rugby, tennis and cricket.
Siphesihle Ndaba’s family
Siphesihle Ndaba was raised by her single mother and grandmother.
Ndaba Siphesihle Background in Education
She studied for a Bachelor of Social Science degree at Rhodes University from 2016 to 2019, concentrating in psychology, economics, and acting after finishing high school at Oprah Winfrey Leadership for Girls. She earned a Bachelor of Arts in Dramatic Arts with a concentration in acting, physical theatre, and applied theatre.
Siphesihle Ndaba's Professional Life
Skinned, a theater production she directed, premiered at The National Arts Festival Fringes in 2018. Siphesihle Ndaba made her television debut in the Mzansi Magic drama Gomora in March 2020, playing Mazet, a beautiful and dangerous young woman from Alexandra who tempts Ntokozo ( Sishi) into a life of crime.
What is the Instagram account of Siphesihle Ndaba?
Siphesihle Ndaba has an Instagram account with the username @ceecee ndaba, as well as a Twitter account with the handle @ceecee ndaba.
We'd want to express our gratitude to Siphesihle for consistently awe-inspiring us with her talent; may she continue to do so.
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