- Brenda Ngxoli made her debut on The Queen and did not fail to impress with her amazing acting skills
- She is one of South Africa's favourite actresses and has added another dimension to the hit show
- Her character on the show is a complicated one with a shady past and heaps of bad debt
Brenda Ngxoli has made her debut on the hit show The Queen and viewers are loving it. Brenda is one of South Africa's most talented actresses.
She seldom fails to impress and her role on The Queen is no exception. She plays the role of NomaPrincess 'Noma' Matshikiza.
Her character is a former associate of Harriet Khoza played by Connie Ferguson. Brenda's character is in debt, but Harriet allows her to return, however, Brutus portrayed by Themba Ndaba is not so easy on her.
This is Brenda's first time working with for Fergusons Films but she has worked with them before on Rockville, for which she received a Safta.
"I've always acknowledged the big role they have played in my career and how they have treated me. I'm turning 40, and I just want to live my best life and they have granted me that opportunity. I can't thank them enough along with the channel Mzansi Magic," she told Channel24.
Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported that Jessica Nkosi has made her much-anticipated debut on popular telenovela The Queen. The stunner recently took to social media to express her gratitude to her followers who enjoyed seeing her on their small screens again.
The viewers of the show praised the award-winning actress after she appeared for the first time on the show on Friday. She plays the role of Thando Sebata. Thando works hand-in-hand with her father Hector Sebata - a role played by veteran actor Rapulana Seiphemo.
The former Isibaya star's fans flooded her timeline on Twitter with praises after her first impressive appearance on The Queen. The humbled actress took to the micro-blogging app to respond to her followers. Jessica tweeted:
"I can’t thank you all enough for all the love and support. I replied and tried to reply to as much as I could. Thank you for supporting my dreams and passions. It’s a privilege for me to be doing what I love and enjoy so much. Thank you for walking with me."
In other news, Rami Chuene could not believe it when she saw that Ferguson Films had hired actor Peter Mashigo to star in The Queen. When you have been accused of abuse like Peter was, best believe peeps are going to have something to say when someone chooses to associate themselves or their brand with you.
With the current climate of femicide and gender-based violence in Mzansi, hiring someone who was previously accused of beating up a woman, is definitely not advisable. Ferguson Films be doing some questionable things these days.
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