Winnie Ntshaba, a South African actress, has had several parts throughout her career, but some claim that she will be remembered for her famous portrayal as Khethiwe Buthelezi in Generations. What happened to her? Winnie Ntshaba, who was born in KwaZulu-Natal, demonstrated that she was the greatest fit for the position when she was cast as Khethiwe Buthelezi in Generations.

“I remember borrowing a friend’s suit and heading to Durban auditions… I was in a bad situation. When the job of Khethiwe Buthelezi became available in 2005, I jumped at the chance. “The producers told me they’d give me three months to prove myself,” she told SowetanLIVE. Who can forget her iconic moment with American actor Samuel L Jackson?

Ntshaba holds a BA Drama Honours degree from the University of Natal, which she earned in 1997, according to TVSA. In the late 1990s, she is also claimed to have attended the North West Arts Council.
She relocated to Johannesburg in 2000 and began performing in educational and industrial theatre plays with AREPP Shoe String Productions. Ntshaba was cast as a supporting actor in the 2004 film Yesterday opposite Leleti Khumalo, her first significant film role, for which she garnered favorable reviews.
She debuted in a local television drama called Jozi Streets in 2004, and she has subsequently appeared in Russician Service Deadly Force, Shreds and Dreams, Mzansi Magic’s The Road serial, and others.


Ntshaba created a soapie award event called the Royalty Soapie Awards in 2013. On November 2, 2013, the first ceremony was held at the Durban International Convention Centre.
Ntsaba made cameos on Mzansi magic “The Road” and MTV’s Shuga in 2017.
Ntshaba returned to television in 2018, after a three-year absence, as the lead character in Mzansi Magic’s smash drama The Herd, as Mam’Ngadi. She plays Mam’Lihle Palesa’s mother on Isithembiso.
She tweeted photographs of numerous legendary performers who had appeared in Generations over the years earlier this year as she pondered on where it all began for her and looked ahead to her future.

“There it all started for me…. There’s no going back, just upwards and onward!!”
“GENERATIONS,” she captioned the photo. Winnie Ntshaba is presently starring in Bombo Productions’ House of Zwide drama with former Generations actor Vusi Kunene, who played Jack Mabaso in the serial opera. She just celebrated her son Phenyo’s 14th birthday and raved over him on social media.
“Dear baby, your wonderful heart is something out of this crazy and cruel world. I pray that God shelters it daily from the harsh world we live in,” she said on her Instagram account. About a week before, she was observed at a Mercedes-Benz shop, picking up her brand new black four-door luxury automobile.


By J Times

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