Meet Vatiswa Ndara, the lady who played Modiehi on Muvhango

Vatiswa Ndara is a well-known actress who has worked for a long time. She was born in Mthatha, in the Eastern Cape. When she was cast as mamfundisi on Generations, it was the first time we saw her on TV. We’ve enjoyed seeing her in different TV shows, like Muvhango, where she played Modiehi.





When she’s angry, Vatiswa is strong-willed and can be aggressive. This is what we saw when she was arguing with the Fergusons about how they mistreat performers. She wrote a letter to the Minister of Arts and Culture, and the letter quickly spread around the internet, sparking debates. Vatiswa is sometimes hard to work with as an actress.

Igazi, the veteran actress who was working on the drama production of Fergusons, is a strong woman who doesn’t stay quiet when things go wrong. She has been in many movies, TV shows, and soap operas, such as Nomzamo, 90 Plein Street, Gaz’lam, Igazi, Ithemba, Muvhango, and many more.

Ms. Ndara is also a broadcaster, voice artist, host, and social media star, in addition to being an actress. She read the news and put together reports at Radio Transkei. From there, she went on to work as a radio host at Kaya FM, Metro FM, and other stations.

Ndara has won many awards, just like any other successful business person. The first SAFTA Award for Best Supporting Actress went to due in 2006. She won the first Mzansi Viewers’ Choice Award for Favorite Actress of the Year, which was given by DStv.