Slindile Nodangala is famously known for her role as Mam’ Blossom on the hit series Generations: The Legacy. That role earned her the most recognition, and she even gets called mam’ Blossom by some fans. However, Slindile Nodangala’s age has been something Mzansi talked about. Recently she is playing the role of Nomvula Kubeka, who is matriarchal in the Kubeka household.
Nomvula finds herself having a struggle between being on the right side of the law and protecting her children no matter what. With protecting a big family secret, Zenzele drove into the building and caused the accident that killed Quinton Nyati. as a family, they chose to defend Zenzele and paid someone who confessed to the crime.
Nomvula finds herself caught between a rock and a hard place as her family keep betraying her, including her husband. However, her love for the family business and her children make her go completely dark and turn to unlawful methods.
Slindile Nodangala’s age gets Mzansi talking.
The actress hoped to be a nurse or a police officer growing up, but destiny got its way. In 1989 when she first became an actress, she was paid so little that she struggled to pay the bills that her family had to step in. Throughout the years, she has faced many challenges in the industry. She was once attacked and accused of paying for sex from a cast member on the same set. Slindile was also accused of having intimate relations with younger men, but she has come out as a proud member of the LGBT community.
With all the experience that Slindile Nodangala has, she has found herself taking on the roles of a mother figure on-screen. Currently, she takes on the part of a mother with three children. The actor who takes on the role of her first child is Melusi Mbele, who was born in 1982. In real life, Slindile Nodangala is not old enough to be Melusi’s mother as she is only ten years older. Slindile Nondangala’s age is 49years old and turns 50 later in June this year.
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