Mphasane (born Sophia Ndaba; 28 June 1972 in Soweto) is an actress, motivational speaker, MC, and Event planner. She is popular for playing the role of Queen Moroka in the Soapie, “Generations”.
She became a part of the Miss South African judging panel in 2015.
Her date of birth is in 1972 and her place of birth is in Soweto. Sophie Ndaba is 47 years old (2019)
She shocked fans after her dramatically losing weight in 2018. Sophie shared her taught on the new look and said she loved her new look.
“For people to say it’s too much, I don’t really care. See, I can say I need one more kilo, for someone else they may say, ‘hai this person needs 10 kilos’.
“No, my decision is that when I am happy, I am happy. I am happy and I feel fantastic,” she told Thando Thabethe during an interview on 5FM’s Thaboothy Drive show.
Sophie created a mobile phone line in partnership with AG mobile. From one year (2013-2014) the mobile phone was named after her and she is the face of AG mobile phones.
She is the voice, ambassador and face for the cell c prepaid starter pack 2014.
Sophie is the brand ambassador of cook for life health products and also for OMO products.
The actress is also the ambassador for Health Northern Cape Province.
She is the Ambassador for Housing Celebrity and the ambassador for Sports.
Sophie is also the ambassador for Pep, KZN, Dept of Community & Safety Gauteng Province, and Students Sponsorship Programs.
A production company was formed by Sophie to produce roadshows or Top Brands.
The company she named, “Sophia Media” also focuses on reality TV shows production, Magazine Show, and small & big screen movie production.
Her inspiration to be a wedding planner came from a wedding following the unprofessional planning of her wedding.
The brought the need and created an opportunity for her to begin the business. According to Informationcradle, Shopie plans about five (5) weddings annually.
People Magazine Crystal Awards (2003).
Elle Sunday Times Style Awards in the category of Most Stylish Actress in a Soapie ( 2003, 2004, 2005 and 2008).
Safta Best Soap Actress in 2006.
Former Duku Duku Awards for Best Soap Actress (2002, 2003 and 2006).
People Magazine Crystal Award for Favorite Actress and Most Popular Celebrity (2008)
You Magazine spectacular Awards in the category Most Popular Female Celeb (2008, 2010 and 2011).
You Magazine Spectacular Favorite Actress award (2010 and 2011)
Sunday Times Next Generation Brand Survey Awards Category Coolest TV Female Star (2012 – )
Sunday Times Next Generation Brand Survey Awards Category Most Popular TV Female Star (2013 – )
Favorite Actress on Drum Magazine.
- Duku Duku Award Best Soap Actress Award (2003).
- Kellogs Star in You Kids Award for Favorite soap Actress (2006).
- Golden Horn Award for Best comic Actor in (2009).
- You Magazine Award for Favorite Actress (2010).
- Sunday Times Next Generation Brand Survey Awards as Coolest TV Female Star (2012)
The name of Sophia Ndaba’s husband was Themba Ndaba (1998-2007). In 2011, she got wedded, Bishop Keith Harrington. But their wedding lasted for a year and they separated in 2012.
She has three (3) children namely Shallon Ndaba, Rudo Ndaba, and Lwandle Ndaba.
- City Ses’la – Season 2
- Generations – Season 1
- High Rollers – Season 2
- Isidingo – Season 1
- Miss South Africa – Season 58 & 59
- The South African Music Awards – Season 19
- Yizo Yizo – Season 1
- Zola 7 – Season 1
- “Sophie Ndaba“. TVSA retrieved 2019-21-12
- “Sophia Ndaba Biography, Family, Anthropology”. InformationCradle, Sophie Obuya retrieved 2019-21-12