Simphiwe Ngema gives credit to Duma Ndlovu for her career in the entertainment industry. With the fame and success that she has now its been long since her Muvhango days. Let’s take a look at Simphiwe Ngema’s business empire from when she started her entertainment career.
Simphiwe Ngema was born in a Christian home to Given Ngema, the founder of Christ is Lord church in Gauteng. She was cast as part of the reality show called Preachers’ kids on Vuzu. However, she was already one of South Africa’s darlings by that time.
Her on-screen debut was in Muvhango when she portrayed Thuli, and she left that same year when her character was written off. She also had a role in The Queen, playing the part of Buhle, the slay Queen. She was part of the Isidingo crew until it ended. The actress also doubles up as a singer and a producer. She has her songs, and she also produced her late husband’s album and released it after he was killed.
Businesses Simphiwe has paid partnerships with
Now that she is a big star with a huge following, big companies pay her a lot to partner with their brand. She is a brand ambassador for a company called Native girl, specialising in hair products for all hair types. She is also a brand ambassador for the Gold series, and it’s a company with a range of cosmetics and luxury perfumes.
Raid also has a paid partnership with Simphiwe Ngema. She advertises their insect-killing sprays for them on her socials. Simphiwe recently announced that she is in collaboration with Haval, which is an international automotive brand. She was gifted one of their luxury cars as their official brand ambassador in South Africa.
With all these business ventures going well for her, she is also an MC of events, and that hustle is going well for her. Her Instagram shows pictures of the events that she is hired to be master of ceremonies.