You Won’t Believe This About Former Generations Actress Winnie Ntshaba

South African actress Winnie Ntshaba, who made a name for herself playing the role of Khethiwe on the previous version of the SABC 1 soap opera Generations, has stunned Mzansi with her impressive net worth.

Ntshaba, who currently portrays the character of Faith Zwide, the wife of a fashion designer and businessman Funani Zwide (Vusi Kunene), on etv telenovela House of Zwide, has proven that hard work pays off.

Ntshaba was born in September 1975 in Eshowe, KwaZulu Natal, and holds a BA Drama Honours degree from the University of Natal (Durban).

She made her television debut with a supporting role in the 2004 film Yesterday, alongside legendary actress Leleti Khumalo. However, her major television breakthrough came in 2005 when she joined the cast of Generations to play the role of Khehiwe Buthelezi for ten years, before she, alongside fifteen other actors, was dismissed following a salary dispute.

Winnie Ntshaba, Founder of Royal Soapie Awards, Amasses Shocking Net Worth Despite the setback, Ntshaba’s entrepreneurial spirit was not quenched, and she has since gone on to amass an impressive fortune.

With business interests in events management and film production, she is worth a staggering R22.6 million in 2022. Winnie Ntshaba, Founder of Royal Soapie Awards, Amasses Shocking Net Worth In 2013, Ntshaba founded the Royal Soapie Awards, a soapie awards ceremony aimed at rewarding and recognizing actors.

The first ceremony took place at the Durban International Convention Centre on 2 November 2013 and attracted corporates and institutions that brought financial value.

Winnie Ntshaba’s success in the entertainment industry is a testament to her hard work, determination, and talent. She continues to inspire young actors and entrepreneurs to pursue their dreams and create their own opportunities.



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