Sindi Dlathu (born 4th January 1974) is a South African singer and prolific actress.
She came to the limelight in 1997 after starring as a lead actress called Thandaza in a movie titled Muvhango.
She was also featured in the award-winning South African film called Sarafina.
She is also appreciated and famed for her lead role in a movie series titled The River. She took the role of a fearless, independent woman that would virtually do anything or go any length to protect her wealth and lavish lifestyle.
Outside the movie roles, the beautiful iconic Sindi Dlathu had also collaborated with notable music artists from South Africa.
Sindiswa Dlathu was born and raised in the outskirt of meadowland, Gauteng in South Africa, on the 4th of January 1974.
Sindi Dlathu grew up in South Africa along with her twin sister named Zanele Sangweni. She is 48 years old.
She embarked on her acting and music career at a very tender age. She started making her debut in school staged dramas at the age of
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She became quite popular among her peers after she won an award for mimicking and singing along to a song titled “Let it be” by Aretha Franklin.
After Sindi Dlathu won her first award for mimicking the song by Aretha Franklin, she then proceeded to participate in an open singing competition called the “Shell Road Fame,” she reportedly made it to the finale.