Ntando Duma (born August 29, 1995) is a South African actress and television personality. She is best known as a presenter on e.tv’s youth programming block Craz-e, where she primarily featured on Craz-e World live. She is also well known for her portrayal of Zinzi Dandala on e.tv’s soap opera Rhythm City.
She is also embroiled in a race-row following a live stream where she racially abuses a woman who confronted her about parking in a disabled parking
Ntando Duma was born in the township of Orange Farm in Johannesburg, Gauteng. She grew up in the township of Orange Farm located approximately 45 km from Johannesburg, where she was raised by her mother and her grandmother. She has three siblings including her sister, Thando Duma.
I grew up in Orange Farm with my grandmother. We didn’t really have much to go around, so the circumstances did not really allow for any of us to have pocket money or attend expensive schools. We managed, however to have a normal childhood. Like any other child in the street we would play games and didn’t really worry about what was happening at home.
Her father left the family when she was three years old and died in 2008