Sophie Ndaba recently received so much love from Mzansi after sharing her latest post.

Being more courageous in your life will help you respond appropriately to risks and accomplish positive things in your life. But it takes work to move beyond your fears. In fact, being courageous is about thinking things through, examining the risks and rewards, and acting in spite of the fear that inevitably sets in. There are some people who are courageous and have strengths to accomplish certain things in life, despite what they might be going through.

We have seen and read about strong and courageous people who are in the entertainment industry and one of them is Sophie Ndaba who has recently started her own company, which is an events management company. The star has been through a lot in her life for the past few years but recently she is trying to pick herself up and do wonders with this new project that she has started for herself.




Sophie Ndaba is still one of South Africa’s brightest stars, more than 27 years after she first appeared on our television screens. Sophie made her debut as Queen Sebobe on the classic soap Generations in 1993. (later Queen Moroka). Many of her supporters still refer to her as Queen, the fiery receptionist. Her character on the show won a lot of people’s hearts as she showed off her extraordinary talent.

This star has inspired a lot of people with how she handles hard situations in her life and she keeps moving forward without anything stopping her. She is definitely a force to be reckoned with and her dedication towards everything that she does in her life is absolutely phenomenal. Recently this magnificent woman shared a clip showing off her beauty as she listened to gospel music.

She is truly a believer and a woman of God, that is one of the things a lot of people love about her. Her post recently left many of her followers stunned, while leaving some showing her so much love. What’s your take on this phenomenal woman’s latest post? Share your thoughts by leaving a comment below, like and don’t forget to hit the share button.