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Background And Career

Sophia Ndaba is one of the top-notch South African screen goddesses whose career started as an actress and model. She was born in real life as Sophia Mphasane on 29th June 1973 in Soweto, Johannesburg.

The actress’s father, Solly Mphasane passed on to eternity in 2016 and nothing has been heard about her mother nor surfaced on the internet as she sent her to an orphanage home. Sophia completed high school in Zimbabwe and proceed to pursue her modeling career. As her mother sent her to an orphanage home in Eastlea, Harare in Zimbabwe she could get any better education than the one which was available in South Africa during the apartheid days.

She has since made name for herself as she’s currently holding two occupations which are modeling, Filmmaking, and Event Organization.

Family

According to the books she had three partners which her marriage with Themba Ndaba from 1998 to 2007 led to two children known as Rudo Ndaba and Lwandle Ndaba.

After the end of her relationship with Themba, she proceeds with Keith Harrington which lasted for two years from 2011 to 2013 and again got married to Max Lichaba from 2017 to 2021 as they’re seeking divorce at the time of this publication.

The marriage between Sophia and Max Lichaba had controversies around it as his son Lwandle Ndaba who is a music performer released a track titled, “My Dad A Devil” which he spewed all the secrets of Sophia’s marriage with Lichaba with allegations that the stepfather was abusive and a serial cheat who succeeded pushing his mother into depression.

Children 

The actress doubles as a model who having two children as mentioned above but aside from Rudo Ndaba and Lwandle Ndaba, she adopted her niece, Shallon Ndaba after the death of her sister Tiny Mphasane. Sophia Ndaba was a victim of a death hoax as it was rumored in 2018 that she had died but it turned up to be false.

Achievements 

She played a role as Queen Moroka in the Soap Generation which she attained fame and in 2016 she was appointed to become a guest judge in the grand finale of Miss South Africa 2016 beauty pageant, with regards to awards, she has grabbed some as in 2003 she was adjudged as the “Best Soap Actress”, “Best Comic Actress” in 2009 during Golden Horn Awards.

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