- Brenda Ngxoli thanked the Fergusons for finally having her own dressing room after 15 years in the industry
- She gushed in her social media post about how she was finally receiving star treatment
- 2020 has been a decent year for her as she won a SAFTA earlier this year
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Seasoned actress Brenda Ngxoli is thankful for the fact that she finally has her own dressing room after 15 years in the industry. She thanked Ferguson Films and stated how this was a first for her in her career.
Brenda recently joined the cast of The Queen as Nomaprincess. Although Shona and Connie Ferguson have been dragged in the past by people in the industry, Brenda only had good things to say.
She shared how she was given star treatment, had her own gown and her own slippers instead of having to borrow someone else's. She also bragged about how she is pampered with real make-up and not the fake stuff.
Brenda thanked her employers in her post and said: "Thank you Ferguson Films."
Earlier this year, Brenda won a SAFTA award for the Best Supporting Actress for her role in iTemba. This is clearly a year of wins for the superstar.
She said that she was thankful to get a win as she had nine nominations overall. She was grateful that she could take a break and come back with a win.
Briefly.co.za previously reported that The Queen actress Zenande Mfenyana doesn't care what society thinks about her pregnancy weight. Zenande Mfenyana is not worried what people think and is not feeling pressured at all into losing her pregnancy weight. She is making her daughter a priority who she recently gave birth to.
She revealed the birth of her daughter and let people know that she is going to take it slow while her body heals.
"I’m taking it one day a time with my body. I certainly will not put myself under unnecessary pressure for the snap back culture. One sit-up a day is better than no sit-ups at all," Zenande declared.
She added by saying, "I’ve been focused on fully healing and I refuse to succumb to the pressure of snapping back at the expense of my health. My focus now is my well-being, and my daughter's."
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