- Ntando Duma did not get the gigs that she has by sitting down waiting around for them, she worked hard
- With this pandemic starving all of us of joy, peeps have decided to remind themselves just how far they have come by posting what their very first salary was and Ntando joined in
- Just eight years ago, all Ntando was earning was a mere R840 a month - sis has come a long way since then
Ntando Duma is a hardworking boss babe who has hustled hard to get to where she is today. Being the independent woman that she is, Ntando knows nothing comes easy and the true meaning of hard work.
Not everyone wants to start out at the bottom but it is unfortunately where we all start. Hard work and determination is what gets you to the top and Ntando is well aware of what it takes to level up, especially in the entertainment industry.
Briefl.co.za knows that Ntando did not get the gigs that she has by sitting down waiting around for them, our gurl went out there and did what she needed to in order to make her dreams a reality.
The independent momma does not rely on anyone for anything and is the perfect role model for her precious baby girl Sbahle. Ntando is one of our female celebs who younger girls look up to and are motivated by.
With this pandemic starving all of us of joy, peeps have decided to remind themselves just how far they have come by posting what their very first salary was. Often we forget that we got by on a lot less than we have now and a little reminder does a lot.
Coming across one of these posts on social media, Ntando decided to join in and remind not only herself but everyone else just how far she has come. Her first salary was a whopping R840 – this isn’t even enough to fill petrol and buy dinner.
“Haibo! Mine was R840 in 2012.”
Briefly.co.za previously reported Mzansi Magic’s widely-loved drama series The Queen has decided to let the beautiful Ntando Duma join the fam – what an addition! With the coronavirus and some other contractual disagreements, a lot of changes have been taking place in Mzansi’s favourite soapies.
Ntando will be joining the cast alongside Jessica Nkosi as another one of Hector Sebata’s daughter’s. The Queen has seen many cast members leave and a whole list of new ones join.
While fans are concerned as to how this will change the show, they are excited too. Entertainment commentator Phil Mphela too to social media to drop the news. He claims Ntando will play the role of Mpho.
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