Sindi Dlathu, South Africa’s beloved actress known for her role as Thandaza on Muvhango, remains quite private about her personal life. Born on January 4th, 1974, in Meadowlands, she is married to Okielant Nkosi, with whom she has two children.
Sindi’s family life is well-guarded, and she has an older twin sister named Zanele Sangweni, who is married to a local businessman named Matome Meela. Contrary to rumors, Sindi is not HIV positive but has portrayed an HIV positive patient in the TV show Soul City. Hence, some ended up jockingly saying she had HIV and it disappeared.
Although she keeps her personal life away from the limelight many would be surprised to find out that she has an identical sister.
This is what we know about Sindi Dlathu twin. The actress and her sister were born on 4 January 1974 and she is overly protective of her.
Sindi Dlathu twin sister is called Zanele Sangweni and she is happily married to local businessman, Matome Meela.
Pictures of Sindi Dlathu and her twin sister will have you confused on who is who because of how identical they look.
BUSINESS NEWS: Studio 88 proves promising for Mr Price
In the first quarter of the 2024 financial year, Mr Price showed strong growth, partly attributed to its majority share acquisition of Studio 88 Group. Despite soft retail demand in the sector during the second half of the previous financial year, Mr Price experienced positive growth in the trading period ending on July 1, 2023.
The retail sales for the group grew by 21.9% to R8.1 billion, with South African retail sales increasing by 20.9% to R7.5 billion. The Apparel segment saw significant growth, with retail sales increasing by 29.5%. Both Power Fashion and Studio 88 reported double-digit retail sales growth.
In the Home segment, retail sales improved from a double-digit decline to a decrease of 1.7%, driven by improved performances in Mr Price Home and Sheet Street. Yuppiechef also continued to report double-digit sales growth, supported by its omnichannel expansion.
The Telecoms segment remained robust, with sales in cellular handsets and accessories increasing by 11.0%. The group expanded its store footprint by 58 new stores, totaling 2,756 stores.
Cash sales constituted 87.8% of total retail sales and grew by 26.4%, while credit sales decreased by 2.7% due to the group’s strict credit granting criteria.
Looking ahead, the growth outlook for the remainder of 2023 is expected to remain muted, both globally and in South Africa. Disposable income is anticipated to improve meaningfully in 2024 as consumers experience inflation moderation and interest rate relief.
Mr Price expects improved performance in the second half of the financial year compared to the first half, as elevated levels of load shedding will be fully in the base, and the group now has backup power in all its stores. The group will continue to focus on maximizing the contribution from its acquisitions and remains confident in delivering on its strategic ambitions.