Brenda Ngxoli Makes her Debut on #TheQueenMzansi

Brenda Ngxoli Makes her Debut on #TheQueenMzansi

Brenda Ngxoli Makes her Debut on #TheQueenMzansi

Actress Brenda Ngxoli has finally made her highly anticipated debut on Mzansi Magic’s hit telenovela The Queen and has viewers returning to watch all the drama.

Brenda is known to be one of Mzansi’s greatest actress and with every role she takes on she leaves viewers in awe over her performance and it seems that she is back to do the same once again.

Brenda Ngxoli Makes her Debut on #TheQueenMzansi

Viewers last saw Brenda on screens on the award-winning drama The River where she had a recurring role as Zweli’s sister Dambisa and now she is taking on a role as NomaPrincess ‘Noma’ Matshikiza on the popular Mzansi Magic telenovela.

Noma is an old associate of Harriet Khoza portrayed by Connie Ferguson and she owes quite the debt, more like a multi-million rand debt and she’s back and whilst Harriet is able to let her return Brutus portrayed by Themba Ndaba is not as forgiving.

This is not Brenda’s first time working with Ferguson Films, a few years ago she worked with them on Rockville and won her first Safta from her role.

“I’ve always acknowledged the big role they have played in my career and how they have treated me. I’m turning 40, and I just want to live my best life and they have granted me that opportunity. I can’t thank them enough along with the channel Mzansi Magic,” she told Channel24.

South African audiences love Brenda, and she knows just how they have held her down during her career from her days of being Vuyo.

“I’m also indebted to South African audiences that have never forgotten about me when I was not even on any production, their continued support is appreciated,” she also told Channel24.
Viewers are glad to see Brenda back on screens but still have a few reservations when it comes to her character, especially since her iconic Xhosa accent is missing and for the role, she has a more posh English accent but it is still early days and viewers could end up falling for the accent.

One thing that is for sure is that viewers are very happy to have Brenda back on screens and cannot wait to see the drama she will be stirring on The Queen.

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