Sindi Dlathu is a South African actress.She was an actress on Muvhango as Thandaza Moekoena where she played a role as a wife to Ranthumeng Moekoena , a granny to Vusi’s and Katlego’s child , a daughter to Mankosi and a Mother to Dakalo and Vusi.
She later left Muvhango to play a leading role in a telenovela titled “The River”. She plays as Lindiwe a fierce woman, who would do anything to protect her wealth.
Sindi Dlathu Career
Dlathu was cast as the lead role’s understudy in the stage version of Sarafina!, playing to packed houses. In the screen version, she worked alongside Whoopi Goldberg and was commissioned as an assistant choreographer to Michael Peters. In 1988 with the second cast led by Seipati Sothoane whom Sindi understudied. When the play went on tour, she stayed behind and did Township fever in 1989–1990 touring the US with the play for a year.
Dlathu then returned to school after four years of being with Mbongeni Ngema’s committed artists. She completed her matric in 1996, and then went back to performing arts, stage plays in 1997 she was in the FNB Vita Award winning Game, where she performed with Mary Twala, Abigail Kubeka, and Nomhle Nkonyeni.
Sindi Dlathu Family
Sindi Dlathu is married and has two kids but she keeps a very tight lid on her family and private family. Up to now, her children and husband have never been written about in the media. She makes sure of that.
Sindi Dlathu Salary
Sindi Dlathu, who plays Thandaza on SABC2’s Muvhango, is the highest-paid actor in the corporation, with a salary of about R85 000 a month.
Sindi Dlathu’s Twin
Sindi Dlathu and her Sister, Zanele Sangweni are twins. The sister is married to Matome Meela, a local businessman who owns a pawn shop and sells used cars in Soweto.
Sindi Dlathu Filmography
- Escape from Angola (1999)
- Muvhango (2003- Present)
- Married (2004)
- Sarafina (1997-2007)
- Generations (2010)
- Ngempela (2015)
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