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Nonhlanhla Ngubeni speaks on Isitha’s character

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Nonhlanhla Ngubeni speaks on Isitha’s character

‘One of the things that makes it easy to play the role of a woman who ‘drinks alcohol’ is that I have lived that life in the past years, so I use the techniques of the things I used to play it well.’

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This is what the actor of the TV show Isitha: The Enemy, Nonhlanhla Ngubeni, elaborates on the role of Matshidiso in this show produced by Black Brain Pictures, which is shown Monday to Friday at 9:30 pm.

Nonhlanhla (50) from Soweto, Johannesburg, who has become a favorite of some viewers of the show, revealed that when he was young he loved fun, so he knows what Matshidiso’s life is like.

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“During my youth, I was a fun-loving person. That’s what makes it easy to play the scene I’m playing, and I always take care to play it well because it clearly shows the situations that happen in society,” she said.

She went on to say that she thanked God for breaking her from the youth she lived, as she is now a Christian believer and no longer does all the things she did when she was young; she ends up imitating them only for the enemy.

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She said: “The life I was living almost cost me everything I had, I decided to accept Jesus; now I believe fully and completely.” She has acted in Lockdown and Black Door (in which he stood out) before joining Isitha, says that he did not intend to enter acting, as he is a businessman who earns his living by selling.

“I was encouraged by another boy (who is also an actor) who always encouraged me to attend auditions for various sports, and now I am where I am and it shows that acting is my hidden calling,” she said.

In conclusion, she encouraged young people to be diligent in education, to avoid fun and things that lead nowhere in life in order to succeed. Weleke said: “They are not like us who waste a lot of time doing things that do not take us forward in life; they have a good chance of success if they are committed to what they are doing, and put education first.”

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Alaa Hamdy

Professional entertainment content writer in Hanover, South Africa. I know all the secrets of celebrities

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