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Lady in red shoes Winnie Ntshaba left fans speechless rocking the latest fashion trends in Mzansi.

Winnie Ntshaba (referred to as Winnie Modise at some stage in her marriage to Thabo Modise) is a South African actress fine recognised for her function as Khethiwe Buthelezi within the SABC1 soapie Generations.

Bawinile "Winnie" Ntshaba acquired her BA Drama Honours diploma on the University of Natal (Durban) in 1997. She then joined the North West Arts Council in 1998 – 1999.

During this time she executed in productions of Urban Reality, Messiah and Who of a Man directed with the aid of Aubrey Sekhabi and Paul Grootboom.

She moved to Johannesburg in 2000 and participated in academic and industrial theatre suggests for AREPP Shoestring Productions. In 2004 she become featured within the neighborhood television drama Jozi Streets.

Winnie then landed herself a supporting role inside the Academy Award-nominated movie Yesterday.

In the identical yr she regarded in three productions: Russian Services Lethal Force (supporting position), Shreds and Dreams (lead role) directed with the aid of Claire Stopford.

She additionally featured in a brief film referred to as Blow directed by means of Uwelyn.

In 2013 she launched a soapie award rite referred to as the Royalty Soapie Awards. The first rite occurred on the Durban International Convention Centre on 2 November 2013.

In that equal 12 months she divorced and reverted to her maiden call.

In 2015 she had a visitor starring function at the Mzansi Magic telenovela The Road.

She is also active on social media platforms such as Instagram . On her recent post she posted beautiful pictures of her looking absolutely gorgeous . Which left many speechless in Mzansi .

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