Pictures: Isibaya actress Zama ‘Linda Mtoba’s age and education qualifications stuns Mzansi

Isibaya actress Zama 'Linda Mtoba' (Image Credits Instagram/@linda_mtoba)

Isibaya actress Zama ‘Linda Mtoba’s age and education qualifications stuns Mzansi

Of late, we have all been wondering where celebrated actress Linda Mtoba disappeared. She has been making all sorts of headlines in recent years, from on-screen drama to designer clothes scandals.

The bubbly actress is a jack of all trades and master of all. However, we can all agree her success weighs more than her scandals. She is that star actress we all love to hate, best-known for her unmatched flair in Isibaya as Zama Ngwenya. Apart from acting, she doubles as a celebrated fashionista and brand ambassador. The bubbly actress has fast become one of Mzansi’s finest.

Previous occupation before fame

Unlike those before her, she didn’t come through theatre plays, nor does she have any acting educational background tied to her acting career. Before her shot to fame, the bubbly actress used to be a teacher.

Isibaya actress Zama ‘Linda Mtoba’ (Image Credits Instagram/@linda_mtoba)

She used to teach isiZulu in KwaZulu-Natal. She was not just a teacher but certified academic par excellence. However, she later ditched her profession to furnish her craze of acting with Isibaya auditions. The rest was history since then.

Isibaya actress Zama ‘Linda Mtoba’s age and education qualifications gets Mzansi talking

Career and Age

She has the plug and bling too. No doubt, her thrust into the limelight came in the backdrop of Isibaya gig. In Isibaya, she was cast as Zama Ngwenya. Zama happens to be the daughter of the most feared taxi boss, Judas Ngwenya character played by the late Menzi Ngubane. On the other hand, Thuli Thabethe starred as her on-screen mother playing the character of Beauty Ngwenya.

Isibaya actress Zama ‘Linda Mtoba’ (Image Credits Instagram/@linda_mtoba)

In the wake of her Isibaya gig, she made all sorts of headlines when she joined the star-studded cast of The River. She starred alongside Mzansi’s finest, Sindi Dlathu, Moshidi Motshwega, Hlomla Dandala, and Presley Chweneyagae. In the River, she was cast as Nomende. The actress was born in Umlazi, South Africa, on 11 November 1991. However, in recent years she has fast become one of the famous faces of Durban.

Business Empire

She cashes in from her beauty. The actress happens to be the face of Vaseline ZA and has been cashing hefty amounts from her sponsored ads for Vaseline. Moreover, the actress also happens to be the face of Huggies with her son Baby Bean. Since 2020 she has been the brand ambassador of Huggies.

Isibaya actress Zama ‘Linda Mtoba’ (Image Credits Instagram/@linda_mtoba)

No doubt she is a jack of all trades and master of all. Apart from her ambassadorial gigs, she also happens to be an isiZulu teacher. However, one can assert that her huge chuck of riches comes from acting gigs and on-screen appearances.

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