'The Queen's' Ntando Duma

Actress Ntando Duma as Mpho Sebata on ‘The Queen’. Image via Twitter @dumantando20

‘The Queen’: Ntando Duma’s acting skills as ‘disabled’ as her parking?

Mzansi is dragging Ntando Duma through the mud. Not only for her ‘racist rant’ after making use of a disabled parking, but also for her acting skills in ‘The Queen’.

'The Queen's' Ntando Duma

Actress Ntando Duma as Mpho Sebata on ‘The Queen’. Image via Twitter @dumantando20

#TheQueenMzansi on Twitter is counting down the days to Ntando Duma’s exit from the show…

Her character will be killed this month by the Khozas and fans think it’s been a long time coming.

The actress and musician, who plays the character of Mpho Sebata, has been labelled by viewers as one of the “worst actresses on the show”.

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Ntando Duma’s acting compared to that of child actor

A tweep recently took it as far as comparing her questionable acting skills to a child actor who plays the role of Pitsi Pitsi Maputla in Skeem Saam.

To add insult to the injury the little boy hardly talks on the show.  All he does is play in his room and eats.

Pitsi’s parents — Mapitsi and Tbose — is played by the talented Mogau Motlhatswi and Cornet Mamabolo.

In a nutshell, tweeps find her character unnecessary and wish that she would disappear!


Sowetan reported that the actress is leaving the show to head off to Mexico to be part of the AfroBeats event in Cancun.

Duma told the publication:

That’s really up to me, I’m going to Mexico… there are a lot of programmes I’m going to be part of with other celebrities. I will also manage the programmes under this event. I have a lot to do because I have a list of plans for them.

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Duma is also trending for cussing a woman out who confronted her for making use of a parking spot for disabled people.

The actress recorded herself and was live on Instagram when the incident happened.

Though she has issued a statement and apologised for her heated exchange with an elderly white woman. 

South Africans are still dragging her for her disrespectful behaviour, threatening to slap “white grannies”.


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