In Pictures: A look at Noma Matshikiza (Brenda Ngxoli) is a farmer in real life
Brenda Ngxoli has been in the entertainment industry and gracing our screens for two decades. She is an award-winning South African actress and director, and her credentials also include public speaking, motivational speaking and entrepreneurship. Besides being a celebrity, Noma Matshikiza (Brenda Ngxoli) from The Queen is a farmer in real life. She is into livestock production and supplements with crop production.
The fabulous Brenda is famous for her unique work as Vuyo in the drama series called Home Affairs. She is 31 years old as of 2021, and the hard-working actress is a degree holder. Brenda graduated with her BA degree in Theatre and Performers Diploma in Speech and Drama from the University of Cape Town.
Noma Matshikiza (Brenda Ngxoli) from the Queen has a livestock and crop farm in real life
Brenda Ngxoli started her acting career in theatre plays before she landed her first gig in Home Affairs. After her gig in Home Affairs, she featured in many TV shows, including The Real Goboza, Hustle and Rockville, to mention a few.
Some years ago, the star disappeared from our screens when she focused on her gaming in her rural area. Brenda faced abuse and cyberbullying in the entertainment world, which resulted in her wanting to quit acting. She bought her farm in her rural area, and she started her livestock and crop farming project.
However, in 2019, she returned to the city to reconquer the big screen. She won a gig in the award-winning Rockville, produced by the Ferguson’s and won her first SAFTAS for that role. Fans fall in love with her because of her unmatched acting skills. After nailing the role of Dampala on Rockville, she won another gig on The Queen.
Brenda Ngxoli Awards
- Best Supporting Actress for Gladys on Rockville at South African Film and Television Awards
- Best Supporting Actress, Ses’ Top La as Pinky, at South African Film and Television Awards