Winnie Ntshaba Net Worth, Bio, Age, Husband, Career

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Winnie Ntshaba Biography

Winnie Ntshaba, a well-known actress from South Africa, rose to fame for her portrayal of Khethiwe Buthelezi in the widely watched SABC 1 television series, Generations.

Her journey commenced in the early 2000s and reached a pivotal moment with her breakthrough performance in the film Yesterday. She honed her acting skills at the University of Natal (Durban).

Winnie Ntshaba Age

Ntshaba entered the world on September 1, 1975, in Eshowe, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa, making her 47 years old.

Winnie Ntshaba Height

We are still awaiting the disclosure of her precise height; however, this information will be promptly updated once her body measurements become available.

Winnie Ntshaba Family

Ntshaba maintains a high level of privacy regarding her personal information, including details about her family. We will make sure to provide an update as soon as we have access to this information.

Winnie Ntshaba Husband

In 2005, Ntshaba initiated a romantic relationship with Thabo Modise, a cameraman at SABC. The following year, in 2006, Ntshaba and Modise tied the knot. Their union was blessed with a son named Phenyo Modise, born on 9 July 2009. However, after seven years together, in 2013, Ntshaba decided to file for divorce. The legal proceedings were completed and the divorce was finalized in the same year.

Winnie Ntshaba Education

She went to the University of Natal (Durban) and earned a BA Drama Honours degree there.

Winnie Ntshaba Career

In 2000, she relocated to Johannesburg, engaging in educational and industrial theatrical productions with AREPP Shoe String Productions. Her breakthrough came in 2004 when she took the lead role in the television drama “Jozi Streets.”

Ntshaba’s career advanced with her supporting role in the 2004 film “Yesterday,” alongside Leleti Khumalo, garnering positive reviews for her performance. The same year marked her debut as a lead actress in the film “Shreds and Dreams,” a drama directed by Claire Stopford. She also appeared in three other works, including the production “Russian Services Lethal Force,” in a supporting role.

In 2013, Ntshaba introduced the Royalty Soapie Awards, a soap opera award ceremony. The inaugural event occurred on November 2, 2013, at the Durban International Convention Centre.

In 2005, Ntshaba auditioned for and secured the role of Khethiwe Buthelezi on the SABC 1 soap opera “Generations.” She remained a vital part of the show until 2015 when all 16 actors were dismissed due to an unlawful strike. The strike was initiated to demand improved salaries, contract extensions, and royalties for rebroadcasted episodes.

Following her departure from the soap opera, Ntsaba made notable appearances in 2017 on Mzansi Magic’s “The Road” and MTV’s “Shuga.”

In 2018, concluding a three-year hiatus from the screen, Ntshaba reemerged as the lead character, Mam’Ngadi, in the popular Mzansi Magic drama series “The Herd.” She also took on the role of Mam’Lihle Palesa’s mother in “Isithembiso.” In 2021, she embraced the character Faith Zwide in the eTV soap opera “House of Zwide.” In this role, she acts as the doubdful wife of Funani Zwide, played by Vusi Kunene.

She continues her involvement in “House of Zwide” from 2021 to the present.

Films and Tv Shows

  1. Yesterday (2004 film) as a Village Women

Tv Shows

Year Title Role
2004 Jozi Streets Cynthia
2005–2014 Generations Kethiwe Buthelezi
2015 The Road Neli
2015–2019 Isibaya MEC Zondi
2018–2020 Isithembiso Lihle
2017-2019 MTV Shuga” Neliswe Chauke
2019–present The River Zodwa Dlomo
2017–2018 Broken Voews Funeka
2018 – 2021 The herd Mam’Ngadi
2021 –present House of Zwide Faith Zwide

Winnie Ntshaba Net Worth

Ntshaba’s net worth is estimated to range between US$200,000 and US$500,000.

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