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Sophie Ndaba stuns fans with latest photos

Popular Mzansi actress Sophie Ndaba shocked many with her drastic weight loss, a few years ago, and a lot of her fans voiced their concerns about her health as pictures of the new her went viral. The former Generations star then opened up about being diagnosed with diabetes and battling depression.

Sophie Ndaba

In 2023, she once again went viral after sharing photos of herself looking absolutely stunning and much healthier.

And now she has once again inspired her millions of supporters after sharing a truly inspiring post online.

Sophie Ndaba

Sophie Ndaba is famous for her role as Queen Moroka on Generations. Many loved watching the actress in her role as a gossipy receptionist with a fun-loving personality.

Years after she left the show, her much thinner appearance left many shocked and truly concerned for her.

The various online posts resulted in the 50-year-old opening up about a diabetes diagnosis.

Sophie Ndaba

Last year, new photos showed Sophie looking happier and healthier than ever. Many who noticed this change could not help but gush over the star.

She has continued to impress with her positivity and beauty. In her latest post, she shared wonderful words of encouragement.

Many of those in the comment section were blown away by how stunning Sophie looks. Many of them praised her for taking such good care of herself.

Here are a few of their comments:

“When God opens doors no man can shut. Rise beautiful queen rise!!” one fan wrote while another added:

“Sis,you’re really doing the most”


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3 years after Anele Tembe died, her family and former high school Durban Girls’ College have opened a library in her honour.

Family opens library in honour of Anele Tembe

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