Get to know Beauty from Gomora.


Get to know Beauty from Gomora.

Siyasanga Papu is a South African actress best known for her role as Beauty in Mzansi Magic’s Gomora drama series. She rose to prominence after portraying Nomathemba in the supernatural drama series The Herd. What is your level of familiarity with her?

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She has captured the hearts of many people in her country and throughout the world over the years. She has made a lot of waves in her career as an actor.


Siyasanga was born on July 14, 1986, in Pretoria, Gauteng, South Africa. This is also her hometown. She has not offered any information about her parents or siblings.

She attended Hoerskoole Elandspoort between 2000 and 2004 for her high school education. Later on, she enrolled in a course in filmmaking at Damelin between 2005 and 2006.


Siyasanga has had a broad spectrum in the entertainment industry. She is one of the most talented South African vocalists and actresses.

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She gained popularity after starring as Nomathemba in Mzansi Magic’s supernatural drama series The Herd. Following her recurring role in season one, she was elevated to leading cast in season two in 2019.

She appeared in an NPA production called Speakout Against Abuse between 2007 and 2008. The concert was geared for young school children and took place at the Sheraton Hotel in Pretoria, South Africa.

Papu appeared in the corporate theatrical performance Ag Man Nee Man near the end of 2008. On World Aids Day, the performance was for a small and private workplace gathering. Siyasanga portrayed an HIV-positive cleaner.

In 2010, she played the mothering hippo in the stage musical, Jock of the Bushveld, which took place at Joburg Theatre. This performance was followed by various production roles that were staged at the National Children’s Theatre.

Apart from acting in films and theater, Papu also doubles up as a vocalist. Here are her remarks on this path of her career.

I am acting and also singing on this beautiful heart-wrenching theatre musical that is staged at the South African State Theatre; telling the hard story of the mine workers massacre that happened in 2012 as well as events leading up to the day with an overview of the aftermath of the massacre, remarked Siyasanga.

A majority of mothers take great pride in their kids and do anything to be around them and make them feel loved. Siyasanga is no exception. She takes as much time as possible to show love to her daughter.

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