Young South African Actress Siphesihle Ndaba Shines Beyond “GOMORA” Role.
Siphesihle Ndaba, the rising star known for her portrayal of Mazet in the popular telenovela ‘GOMORA,’ is captivating audiences beyond the screen. Born and raised in Soweto, Johannesburg, this 22-year-old talent boasts an impressive array of accomplishments that set her apart.
1. Multifaceted Background Hailing from the Gauteng province, Siphesihle Ndaba was born on August 4, 1997. She holds the distinction of being a Rhodes University graduate, having earned a Bachelor of Social Science in Psychology, Economics, and Drama. Her journey began at the Oprah Academy Leadership School, where she also showcased her musical talents as a member of the school’s Jazz band.
2. Literary Enthusiast When not gracing the screen, Siphesihle indulges her love for literature. Her reading list includes noteworthy titles like “Dreams from My Father: A Story of Race and Inheritance” by Barack Obama. This actress’s passion for storytelling transcends mediums.
3. Aspirations Beyond Acting Beyond her compelling performances, Siphesihle Ndaba is making strides as an aspiring director and writer. Her directorial debut, ‘Skinned,’ premiered at the National Arts Festival. This thought-provoking play delves into the experience of finding joy as a black woman in a marginalized context, showcasing Siphesihle’s creative versatility.
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4. Theatrical Roots Before gracing television screens, Siphesihle honed her craft on the stage. Her theatrical journey includes notable roles in productions such as ‘I am an emotional creature’ directed by Coba Wilsenach, ‘Race’ by David Mamet directed by Tisetso Mashifane, ‘The witches’ by Roald Dahl directed by Coba Wilsenach, and ‘Vuk’ucave’ directed by Andrew Buckland. These experiences have contributed to her dynamic acting prowess.
Siphesihle Ndaba’s journey from Soweto to the national spotlight is a testament to her dedication and multifaceted talents. As ‘GOMORA’ continues to captivate over 2.3 million viewers, Siphesihle’s real-life achievements shine brightly, revealing a young artist poised for an inspiring career trajectory.
Unlocking the Secrets of Your South African ID Number: What You Need to Know
Greetings to our fellow South Africans! Today, we’re delving into the mysteries of your South African IDENTITY DOCUMENT (ID) NUMBER. This article is a must-read for every holder of a South African ID, as we’re about to unravel the significance behind the 13 digits in your ID and guide you on how to spot any errors. Plus, get ready to discover whether you’re a proud South African citizen or a respected Permanent Resident, along with uncovering your designated gender (male or female). Let’s dive straight in!
In 2017, an unfortunate data leak at Home Affairs exposed sensitive details such as ID numbers and passwords. Safeguarding your personal information is paramount, as even the tiniest details can be exploited by malicious actors seeking unauthorized access to your accounts.
Let’s demystify the structure of your South African ID number:
- YYMMDD: The first six digits unveil your birthdate. For instance, if you were born on 23rd January 1988, your ID starts with 880123. In rare cases, the birthdate might not align with the ID number.
- SSSS: The subsequent four digits encode your gender. Ladies are assigned numbers 0 to 4, while gents are allocated numbers 5 to 9.
- C: The following digit is 0 if you’re a South African citizen and 1 if you hold Permanent Residency.
- A: Once upon a time, this digit indicated a person’s race until the late 1980s. However, it’s no longer in use, and old ID numbers were revised to erase this information.
- Z: The concluding digit is a checksum used for validation through the Luhn algorithm.
Prior to the late 1980s, ‘A’ represented racial groups as follows:
0 – White
1 – Cape Coloured
2 – Malay
3 – Griqua
4 – Chinese
5 – Indian
6 – Other Asian
7 – Other Coloured
To validate your ID number, employ the Luhn algorithm:
- Initiate from the rightmost digit and double every second digit.
- Sum up the digits of the outcome.
- Add the resultant digits to the remaining (odd) digits of the ID number.
- If the sum divides by 10 evenly, your ID number is legitimate.
Remember, shielding your ID number and personal details is essential to shield yourself from identity theft. Should any concerns arise with your ID number, seek advice from the appropriate authorities. Pass on this crucial insight to your friends if you believe they should be in the know. Stay vigilant and secure!