Sophie Ndaba Biography, Wikipedia, Networth, Career, Family, Age, Father, Relationship

Sophie Ndaba Biography

Sophie Lichaba, née Mphasane, born June 29, 1973, is a well-known actress in South Africa and is frequently referred to as Sophie Ndaba.

She portrayed Queen Moroka in the soap drama Generations. She participated in the Miss South Africa 2016 beauty contest as a guest judge in 2016.

Sophie Ndaba Personal Life

Lichaba’s father, Solly Mphasane, passed away in 2016. One of her ailments is diabetes. She and her ex-husband, Themba Ndaba, have two children together:

Rudo and Lwandle. Rudo and Lwandle are the names of her children. She raised her niece Shallon Ndaba as her own after the death of her sister Tiny Mphasane.

They got married in 2017 and were joined by Max Lichaba. Lichaba was the target of a malicious rumor that circulated untrue information about her demise in the second half of 2018.

Sophie Ndaba Education

She completed high school in Zimbabwe, and soon after, she began pursuing a modeling career.

Her mother hoped that by putting her in an orphanage in Eastlea, Harare, Zimbabwe, her daughter would be able to attend a higher degree of education than was possible for her in South Africa during the apartheid era.

Sophie Ndaba Filmography

  • Class of ’92
  • Egoli: Place of Gold
  • Generations
  • Gog’ Helen
  • Yizo Yizo
  • Soul City
  • She is King
  • Isidingo
  • High Rollers – Season 2
  • Lockdown

Sophie Awards

  • Duku Duku Award for “Best Soap Actress” in 2003
  • Golden Horn Award for “Best Comic Actor” in 2009
  • Woman Of Inspiration Award


Sophie ndaba husband?

She was first married to Themba Ndaba from 1998 to 2007 And Keith Harrington from 2011 to 2013

Is Sophie Ndaba still married?

Sophie Ndaba is not currently wed or in a relationship, but sources claim she does have a husband.

According to a January 2022 Sunday World article, Shepherd Bushiri’s congregation is supposedly where Sophie Ndaba began dating Allen, a Nigerian pastor and businessman.

What happened with Sophie Ndaba?

Ndaba, who has struggled with sugar diabetes for a number of years, lost the home she purchased for more than R2 million in October 2021 after finding it difficult to make her monthly payments.


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