Dorothy from House of Zwide finally gets the recognition she deserves
Nothing can dim your brilliance when it is your time. Brenda Mukwevho is one of those actors who has been in the industry for a long time but has received little recognition.
Many people remember Brenda from her role as Lufuno in the Venda drama series Muvhango. Lufuno was one of the most heinous villains, despising her sister-in-law Thandaza Mokoena (Cindy Dlathu). Her character was later killed off the show as part of a murder plot.
Brenda then went on to make some fantastic production movements behind the scenes of the SABC2 Venda drama, revealing another side of herself.
Besides Muvhango, she has also had some acting roles that some people may not have taken much note of. Brenda was also a director on the successful e.tv drama series Rhythm City. She also landed a job as the Head Creative Director of Uzalo.
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At the moment, she is doing her thing on House of Zwide, playing the role of Dorothy. She is the trusted house maid to the Zwide family. Dorothy also has her own storyline, as she is engaged to Molefe, a role played by Motlatsi Mafatshe.
Brenda is now getting the credit she deserves for her contributions to the industry. She was nominated for an award in the South African Film & Television Awards about a month ago. This is for her portrayal of Dorothy. Brenda was nominated for Best Supporting Actress.
Unfortunately, she didn’t win, but a nomination really shows how big she is aiming, and the sky is not the limit.
One of the most searched questions surrounding the star online is: ‘Is Dorothy from House of Zwide a director?’ since she is a familiar face for local soapie lovers. Something that the House of Zwide fans may not have known is that the actess is also a director. According to her LinkedIn page, she was a director on the successful local drama series Rhythm City.
According to various websites, the actress’s net worth ranges from $500,000 to $700,000 as a result of her successful profession. However, this statistic has not been validated.