Ayanda Borotho (born 13th January 1981; née Ngubane) is a South African actress and former model. She is popular for landing the title role on Nomzamo, SABC1 sitcom (2007-2010).
She portrayed the role of Thami, in the SABC1 soapie Generations. The character is a babysitting schoolgirl, she played the role from 1999-2001.
|Age||39 years old|
|Date of birth||13 January 1981|
Her date of birth is on the 13th of January 1981 and the place of birth is in Ntuzuma, Durban, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. Ayanda Ngubane is 39 years old. Her birthday comes every year on January 13th.
She attended Brettonwood High School in Umbilo, KwaZulu-Natal, and trained in Speech and Drama (1996-1998).
She obtained a Diploma in ‘Integrated Marketing Communications’ at the AAA School of Advertising (1999-2001).
Ayanda Ngubane is married to Filike, a medical doctor, the couple got married in 2013.
They became husband and wife a year after they met while she was on set and today, they are blessed with three (3) children.
Her acting career dates back to 1999 when she landed the role of Thami in Generations, a SABC 1 soapie.
The next year, in 2001, she landed a minor role in the Leon Schuster film Mr. Bones.
She also landed a secondary role of Busi in Home Affairs, Season four, an SABC1 series, in 2009.
Later, she landed a lead role as ‘Phumele Zungu’ in Isibaya, an Mzansi Magic Telenovela (2013 and 2014).
She acted the role of Gugu in InterSEXions (2010-2011). Ayanda then played a starring role as Musa in Soul City (2011-2012).
She landed the role of ‘Phumelele in Isibaya’ in 2013, and in 2018 landed a starring role of Khethiwe on Ambitions in 2018.
Ayanda was the host on Mzansi Revival, an SABC1 gospel music show Mzansi Revival Hour, in 2014.