Phindile Gwala-Ngandu is a South African actress and media personality.
She made her acting debut on Muvhango in 2012 but announced her resignation five years later, to push her brand. She’s made appearances in other flicks and looks forward to more years on the scene.
Born in Eshowe in KwaZulu-Natal in 1986, Phindile Gwala-Ngandu is currently 34 years. She’ll be 35 in December, and she’s so looking forward to that day.
Phindile Gwala-Ngandu has acted in several clicks, notably Imbewu, Uzalo, Muvhango, and Zaziwa. Her most notable is apparently on the set of SABC2’s “Muvhango” in which she played the role of the vivacious Nonny Nkosi.
Phindile Gwala-Ngandu has been married twice. Her first husband is now late. She was fortunate to find love soon after in the arms of another man, who’d later become her husband, Armando Ngandu.
Interestingly, like Phindile Gwala-Ngandu, Armando has a child, a daughter called Lola, from a previous relationship. At the moment, the two are focused on their kids as well building their union. One thing that is currently not on the table is having more kids. The conversation on having more kids might come up in the future, according to them – just not now.
Phindile Gwala-Ngandu was once married to the father of her daughter Thato. Her husband had perished in a car accident, leaving the actress open to a new relationship.
Soon after, she had met the Congolese model Armando Ngandu in the parking lot of a night club in Johannesburg. After months of texting and dating, the two fell in love and soon got married. She’s such a happy place in her union that she gushes about her husband every chance she gets.