Thato Molamu Sandra Ndebele
This episode featured, the multitalented actor, radio personality, television personality, father ,Thato Molamu, who starred in Generations as Nicholas Nomvete and Sandra ‘Sandy’ Ndebele-Sibindi an all-rounder, who is a director,actress,dancer,musician and a mother of 3.
Thato Molamu is a South African actor best known for his starring role as Nicholas Nomvete, a spoiled brat who is trying to make headway in the advertising industry, in the SABC1 soap opera Generations, joining the cast in 2011.The 2010 Brett Golding Bursary Winner, Molamu started acting at the North West Arts Council in 1996 with kiddies shows like The Grandball and Jack In The Box.
He worked on his first Shakespearean plays from 2001, including A Midsummer Night’s Dream (as Lysander and Peter Quince), King Lear as Edmund, Hamlet as Laertes and Romeo and Juliet as Tybalt in 2008.He studied Film and Broadcasting at Damelin in 2005 and did his first musical, Where The Sun Rises, in 2004. He also appeared in Meropa in 2006 as Phuti.
His television credits include Baas Van Die Plaas with Sean Els, Hillside as Kholo Maloka, and Phycosis as Mandla (short film) for an Anglo Platinum awareness initiative, a KFC zinger ad and Actors Anonymus as Tshepo (short film) directed by Robyn Aronstom. Other credits include MABRR Brenda Fassie (Musical) at the Pretoria State Theatre, Intersexions for Curious Pictures, Generations, Kowethu and Umlilo. In 2014 he hosted the SABC2 game show What’s Behind the Wall? In which each week four contestants are challenged to discover the historical, sports or current events hidden behind a wall.
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Sandra Ndebele is a female Zimbabwean musician, director, actress, choreographer and dancer. She has made a name for herself in Zimbabwe as a versatile performer, having performed in India, Dubai, China, United Kingdom, Russia, Canada and Japan. She was born on January 3, 1982 in Bulawayo and was raised in Tshabalala Township before her family moved to Nkulumane Township. She did her secondary education at Founders High School and is married to Nkanyiso Mbusi Sibindi
Sandra started singing in church where she was an active member of the youth choir. While at Founders High School, she won first prize in the National Association of Secondary School Heads (NASH) public-speaking competition after she presented the speech “Black and Proud”, by famed Zimbabwean poet, Albert Nyathi. She was later incorporated into a lead role performing with Mpopoma High School performing theatre, music and dance. This troupe was the founding of Iyasa which toured Zimbabwe, Austria and the Czech Republic.
She later embarked on a solo career. She released her 10-track debut solo album, “Tshaya Tshaya”, in February 2003. In the same year of the release, she was nominated in three categories in the inaugural Zimbabwe Music Awards (ZIMA) which was held at the Harare International Conference Centre (HICC) in December 2003. She was nominated in the Most Promising Artiste, Best Female and Best Urban Grooves (Female) Award categories.