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Where did The Queen’s Zandile Msutwana (Vuyiswa) disappear to?

Popular South African actress Zandile Msutwana‘s journey into the world of acting began at the University of Cape Town, where she pursued a Performers Diploma in Speech and Drama, setting the stage for her remarkable career.

Zandile Msutwana’s breakout moment arrived in 2007 when she took on the role of Akua Yenana in the SABC 1 drama series, ‘Society.’

Zandile Msutwana

Her portrayal of a stockbroker turned lady of leisure won the hearts of viewers and catapulted her into the spotlight.

This was only the beginning of an illustrious acting career that would see her leave an indelible mark on South African television and cinema.

Msutwana’s journey through the industry led her to numerous notable roles, including Ayanda in the film ‘White Wedding’ and Nomazwe in ‘Isikizi.’ She also graced the screen as Princess Nomakhwezi in ‘Igazi.’

However, it’s her role as Vuyiswa Jola in ‘The Queen’ that had fans on the edge of their seats. Alongside Shona and Connie Ferguson, Zandile captivated audiences with her stellar performance.

Zandile Msutwana

Besides her television work, Zandile Msutwana’s filmography boasts an impressive list of projects, including ‘The Algiers Murders’ and ‘A Small Town Called Descent.’

Her dedication and versatility as an actress have earned her a nomination for the SAFTA Golden Horn: Best Supporting Actress award in 2010 for her role in ‘White Wedding.’

Zandile’s journey has been marked by remarkable achievements and an ever-growing fan base.

She has successfully carved a niche for herself in the South African entertainment landscape, leaving an indomitable legacy.

Outside of her professional life, Zandile Msutwana has faced personal challenges, including a battle with Polycystic Ovary Syndrome. Despite these struggles, she remains a resilient and inspiring figure.

Zandile Msutwana continues to shine on screen, with her role as Zimkhitha Mxenge in ‘Gqeberha: The Empire.’

Her talent and charisma continue to capture the hearts of viewers, making her a star to watch.

Zandile Msutwana’s journey from a small town in South Africa to a renowned actress is nothing short of inspirational. Her dedication to her craft, personal resilience, and continuous success make her a true South African icon.

With her flourishing career and a strong online presence, we can only expect greater things from this remarkable actress in the future.

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Well-known Mzansi DJ Murdah Bongz’s wild celebrations after the Springboks win get Mzansi talking. He is well known for his vibes, and what he did only reminded fans of his character.

Murdah Bongz

The talented DJ had been trolled several times by fans saying he was not man enough. All this negativity did not stop him; he only continued dancing and enjoying himself. This time, he went wild, celebrating the Springboks’ win, spinning on the couch and running around the house. Read More

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