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Themba Ndaba, (conceived 14 February 1965, Soweto, Gauteng, South African), entertainer known for assuming the part of Brutus Khoza on Mzansi Magic soapie dramatization The Queen. 

Who is Themba Ndaba

Themba Ndaba was brought into the world on 14 February 1965, in Soweto, Gauteng, South Africa. He experienced childhood in the Kingdom of Swaziland where his Anglican minister guardians (Reverend TJ Ndaba) had to move their family, during the equipped battle in Apartheid South Africa. 

Themba Ndaba started his school in 1970 and was finished with his secondary school in 1982. He went to St Mark's High School back in Mbabane Swaziland. He went to Harare Polytechnic to seek after a Higher National Diploma in Business Studies with a qualification in financial aspects and insights. He additionally holds a Unisa, Theology Diploma in Leadership and Life Training (Cum laude). 

Themba Ndaba is hitched to Sebolelo (Josey) Ndaba in 2011 and the couple have one youngsters, Sibusiso Ndaba and Lwandle Ndaba. He presently lives with his family in Midvaal, South Africa. 

In 1998, Themba Ndaba wedded entertainer Sophie Ndaba, whom he has two youngsters with; they separated in 2007. 


Themba Ndaba got together with others to frame Vutha Advertising Agency in 2002 and fills in as the imaginative chief. His introduction into acting was around there and later at Hopeville. 

Themba is known for having been essential for both nearby and inner shows, for example, 'The Road' on DSTV, Zone 14 that airs on SABC, just as Machine Gun Preacher. 

In 2016, he handled a featuring job as Brutus Khoza in the Mzansi Magic soapie The Queen. 

He as of now serves at an imaginative organization in South Africa as the Managing Creative Director and Co-organizer of the Visual Republic Media. 

Themba Ndaba grants and assignments 

Themba Ndaba got named as the Outstanding Actor in the Drama classification at the Monte Carlo TV Festival in 2009. He is known to have won the SAFTA Award for the class of Best Actor in Film for Hopeville just as his success on AMAA (African Movie Academy Award) for a similar classification and film.

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