South African actress Slindile Nodangala gained prominence for her role as Ruby Dikobe on SABC 1’s soap opera Generations. So, where is she now?
REVISITING SLINDILE NODANGALA, RUBY DIKOBE FROM ‘GENERATIONS’ In Generations, Slindile Nodangala portrayed Mam’ Ruby, a fearless shebeen owner gifted with a magical singing voice. She, along with 15 fellow actors, was let go from the popular series when they went on strike demanding improved wages and longer contracts.
Among those affected were Sophie Ndaba, who portrayed Queen Moroka, Menzi Ngubane as Sibusiso Dlamini, Katlego Danke in the role of Dineo Mashaba, Winnie Ntshaba as Khethiwe Buthelezi, Seputla Sebogodi playing Kenneth Mashaba, and other notable figures, as reported by EWN.
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Throughout her career, Nodangala has embraced various TV roles. She featured as Blossom in Rhythm City’s first season, assumed the character Zodwa in the inaugural season of The Queen, played Nolwazi in The River’s fifth season, undertook the role of Thando in Ring of Lies seasons one and two, and most recently, she appeared as Slindile in season 13 of Zabalaza, according to TVSA’s account.
Generations Where can we find Slindile Nodangala now? Image via Instagram @nodangala4 DIVE INTO THE ACTRESS’S PROFILE Contrary to popular belief that Slindile Nodangala’s acting career commenced with Generations, her on-screen journey apparently began three decades ago, as per Briefly’s report. Over the years, she has been fortunate to encounter some of the world’s most renowned individuals, including Prince of Jordan, Prince Charles, and Prince Edward.
The 51-year-old actress also has a musical background, having served as a backup singer for Stimela, Rebecca Malope, Lucky Dube, and Sophie Mgcina.