Johannesburg – After a significant amount of time away from the public eye, actress Sophie Ndaba is once again in the limelight.
This time around, the alumna of Generations is not only returning to our television screens, but she is also lending her voice to radio broadcasts.
The actress who won multiple awards recently became a host on the recently relaunched version of Radio BOP, where she can be heard on a show on Saturdays called #TheRadioBopLifestyleShow.
The show airs from noon to three in the afternoon and discusses topics related to business, beauty, and lifestyle.
In addition to that, Sophie has appeared as a guest actress on the new show Abakwazwide.
In addition to that, she is an associate producer for the show “Family Secrets” on SABC 1.
She claims that she is making progress little by little.
“Things are looking up for me slowly but surely. The Covid-19 virus has prevented me from enjoying my favorite part, which is to organize spectacular events. Yes, we have additional plans for the remainder of this year as well as for the following year. I am now focusing on lifestyle-related events. Yes, I still perform weddings, but now they have a more personalized touch.
“I will still be doing individual weddings for people who don’t have time to plan,” she said. “I have a lot of experience in this field.”
She also mentioned that she was shifting her attention away from event planning and more toward event design.
“I’ve never been part of the mass market anyway, so yes, I’ve got a few brides for the end of the year, but I’m more focusing now on event design more than event planning so it’s like we’re more on the design of the event, like turning a garage into heaven kind of thing,” she said.
Ndaba continued by saying, “I have to evolve because remember, I am the queen of events. I’ve been doing events for 20 something years, so right now I’m evolving.”
She also mentions that she is currently engaged in the process of planning the launch of a new business.
We are now offering vacations all over the world, including trips to Mauritius, Cape Town, and Durban. We will go on cruises, picnics, and other activities. I cannot contain my enthusiasm. I’ve been given a second chance at life, and I can’t thank you enough for giving me the chance to prove myself.
The IntaRez team made numerous attempts to contact Sophie, but she was unavailable for comment at the time.
Sophie, who was born in Soweto, is also a motivational speaker, a master of ceremonies, and an event organizer and planner. She is most well-known for her role as Queen Moroka on the popular South African soap opera Generations.
At the conclusion of the Miss South Africa 2016 beauty pageant that she attended in 2016, she served as a guest judge.
Throughout her career as an actress, the star has won a number of awards in recognition of the incredible acting skills she has consistently portrayed on screen.
She was nominated for the People Magazine Crystal Awards in 2003 and won the Duku Duku Award for Best Soap Actress that same year. In 2006, she won the Kellogs Star in You Kids Award for Favorite Soap Actress, and in 2009, she won the Golden Horn Award for Best Comic Actor.