It would appear that Mzansi has tracked down the young girl who played Christina, the daughter of Menzi Ngubane’s character Sibusiso Dhlomo and Sonia Mbele’s character Ntombi. According to a message that was published on social media and shared by the Insidegist, the name of the young actress is Siyamthando Moyo, and she is currently in her teenage years.
According to reports, Menzi Ngubane passed suddenly on March 13 of this year as a result of a stroke that he apparently experienced. He lay him to rest in Durban next to his father, who had gone away a few days after Menzi.
Sonia Mbele and Menzi Ngubane were at one point South Africa’s most talked-about television pair.
On Podcast and Chill, when asked about the nature of their relationship to Mac G, the actress stated that their relationship was purely professional. We respect one other’s spaces to the extent that we even said our goodbyes; therefore, I would never call him at his house. It was explained by her.
“There were lines that should not have been crossed, and we did not violate even a single one of them. It was done in a very professional manner.
Speaking on Menzi’s passing shortly after the news that he had passed away was shared with the world. Sonia discussed how it made her feel in an open post on social media. “I’m sorry I’ve been so silent, but I’ve been processing, and I’m still fighting!” Ours was a love story written for the small screen, and even after all these years, Ntombi will always consider you to be his true soulmate. She sent forth tweets.
During an interview on Cheeky Palate with Phat Joe, Sonia dismissed allegations that she married her ex-husband for financial reasons. “I’ve always heard that people say Sonia got married for money, and I’m like, where? That individual was paid a salary. It was his routine to bring his bag with him to work, unpack it when he got home, and then wait until the end of the month to cash his paycheck. He never worked as a BEE or a tenderpreneur, and we both had regular jobs.
Mbele continued by stating that it was a dysfunctional relationship while speaking about the nature of their connection. There were periods of time when they went years without communicating with one another. Due to the fact that her children are now all adults, she feels at ease discussing the topic now.
Who is it that I am married to? When you wake up and find yourself thinking something along the lines of “I adore you today, but then I despise you tomorrow,” etc. It defies logic that it could be in such an unattractive form.
“There was a time when we did not communicate to one other for a number of years. Although I am at ease discussing this topic at the moment, there was a time when I was not. “What I am saying now will no longer come as a surprise to them because they are now old enough and mature enough to know, decipher, evaluate, and decide,” she revealed. “The reason I am comfortable about this now is because my children are grown and old enough to know, decipher, evaluate, and decide.”
She also disclosed that her former boyfriend forced her to quit the show Generations because he did not want to watch her have an intimate relationship with Menzi on camera.
At the age of 56, Menzi Ngubane, a giant in the acting industry who was popularly known for his power roles as Cijimpi on Kwakhala Nyonini or Sibusiso Dlomo on Generations, passed away. Menzi Ngubane was best known for his performances in these roles.
When the news of the veteran actor’s death was confirmed by his family on his official Instagram account this weekend, it caused shock waves to travel throughout the country. Ngubane’s death was confirmed by his family.
Co-star Zolisa Xaluva, actress Thapelo Mokoena, former public protector Thuli Madonsela, and Master KG are just a few of the many people who have expressed their sincere condolences and paid tribute to the star.
Here are five things about this titan of the industry that you probably were unaware of.
- He was born and raised in the royal family.
Ladysmith, which is located in what is now the province of KwaZulu Natal but was formerly the kingdom of Zululand, is where Ngubane was born.
Even though his job required him to relocate to the City of Gold, he still made it a point to travel back to the town where he was born on a regular basis because there is where his father still makes his home.
- He has more than three decades of experience in the field.
Ngubane got his big break in 1987, when he was cast in the local television series Kwakhala Nyonini, and he used this opportunity to demonstrate his talent.
Since that time, he has gone from strength to strength, accumulating a number of significant prizes and nominations along the way.
- He had kidney failure in the past but managed to survive it.
After developing kidney failure a few years ago, Ngubane spent nearly three weeks in the hospital. After that, he was put on dialysis from 2010 until 2015 while he waited for a kidney transplant.
The transplant was eventually performed on the actor, who has been very candid about his ordeal in recent interviews.
- He collaborated with Samuel L. Jackson on various projects.
In the South African feature film “In my Country,” which was released in 2004, Ngubane had a role alongside Samuel L. Jackson. The movie was adapted from Antjie Krog’s non-fiction book Country of My Skull, which was published in 1998.
The conclusions reached by the South African Truth and Reconciliation Commission are the primary focus of the film “In My Country.”
- He acted as a guide and mentor to younger men.
Ngubane is responsible for launching a mentoring initiative that is titled “Twelve Auspicious Gentlemen with Menzi Ngubane.”
In addition to addressing the damage that is produced by societal evils, which are present in many communities, the program’s primary emphasis was on providing young males with active mentorship.
Ngubane’s goal in creating the program was to persuade younger males to adopt a more physically active way of life.