Mzansi is awestruck with The River’s actress Lindiwe’s age. Seasoned actress Sindi Dlathu is one of Mzansi finest. Best known for Muvhango on-screen character Thandaza Mokoena, she remains relevant on small screens. With an illustrious career spanning decades, she has managed to wow Mzansi with her unmatched talent.
Currently, she is making all sorts of headlines with her lead role on 1 Magic drama series as Lindiwe on The River. The drama series was debuted in 2018, and the drama series boasts of a star-studded cast with some of the acting industry’s big names.
She is cast as a powerful business mogul interested in mining in the drama series. Of interest is that she is the one who calls the shots in her family. Well, she knows well how to play her cards at the expense of her rivals and get the Italian job done.
Her on-screen character has got Mzansi talking, given that it’s different from her Thandaza gig on Muvhango. She has undoubtedly managed to cap her illustrious career with awards, including the Golden Horn Award for the best actress.
With an estimated take-home salary between R85,000 – R95,000 per month, the actress is one of the highest actresses in Mzansi. However, we can all agree her big payout has made her one of the celebrated millionaires in Mzansi to have come from the small screens.
The River actress Lindiwe ‘Sindi Dlathu’s age shocks Mzansi
In the mix of things, she has seen herself being promoted by the showrunners on The River to be one of the executive producers of the telenovela.
However, this big gesture has seen her joining a crop of elite actresses, Leleti Khumalo and Connie Ferguson, who have been making big moves behind the screen.
Mzansi has been wondering how old she is? We can all agree that her youthful looks have deceived us into thinking she is younger. She is older than we thought, after all.
However, the actress was born on 4 January 1974 in Soweto, Johannesburg, South Africa. The 47-year-old actress thrust came in the backdrop of the International award-winning film. She starred alongside some of South Africa’s big names on the small screens, such as Leleti Khuma, Mary Twala and Abigail Kubeka and Nomhle Nkonyeni.