Despite keeping it a secret for a while, Winnie Ntshaba recently announced a significant victory on Instagram, the well-known actress is on a magazine cover, and her fans couldn’t be more proud of the media personality.
Winnie Ntshaba doesn’t frequently appear on magazine covers, so when the magazine called TRUELOVE approached her, it was both a shock and a blessing. She recently held a party to celebrate this significant win. She revealed that her family travelled from KZN for this event in the photos she posted of the party she hosted. She also claimed that everyone in the family—including the young nieces and nephews who were oblivious to what was happening—came out.
Winnie is thrilled with the posts because she is doing so well. She wore a green dress with feathers on top that screamed wealth. Ironically, it appears that she prefers the colour green because, on the magazine cover, she is seen standing next to a horse and brushing it while wearing emerald green. Other well-known media figures were present to support her, and she appeared delighted.
On September 1st, 1975, Winnie Ntshaba was born in Eshowe, Kwazulu Natal. She grew up in a low-income family, and because of her family’s dire circumstances, she would use cooking oil as lotion. Ntshaba did not let coming from a low-income family stop her from achieving great things. She was motivated to pursue a college degree by her sister, one of the two graduates in the village where she was raised.
In 2007, she wed Thabo Modise, and the couple divorced in 2014. She has a child with Modise and hasn’t given up on finding true love and a husband. The passing of her mother in 2017 also affected how she views life. She claimed in her own words that she was now wiser, knew better, and knew how to handle things and that her next relationship should last forever.
From 2000 until 2005, Winnie Ntshaba worked in minor roles before being chosen to work as a supporting actress opposite Leleti Khumalo in the movie Yesterday. After receiving favourable reviews for her performance in the film Yesterday, she was cast as the lead in Shred and Dreams. She auditioned for and was given the part of Khethiwe Buthelezi in the SABC 1 series Generations that same year. She rose in the acting world thanks to her role in Generations until 2015 when she was fired along with 16 other notable actors. Their alleged illegal strike for better pay, contract extensions, and royalties from rebroadcast episodes was why they were fired. Winnie is currently on the popular show House of Zwide as Faith and fans love her.
Watch Winnie Ntshaba celebrating her TRUELOVE magazine cover below: