Actress Ama Qamata plays Buhle Ndaba on Mzansi Magic telenovela Gomora. She plays the leading role as Mbongeni Ndaba and Thathi’s spoiled daughter, whose life changed forever when her father was shot in a botched car hijacking.
Buhle on Gomora
Buhle character on Gomora is a spoiled but level headed teenager whose life took a drastic change when her father, a wealthy banker, died leaving his family swimming in debt. Buhle accompanied her mother and elder brother Langa to stay with her maternal grandmother MaSonto -the role played by Connie Chiume in Gomora Township.
Failure to adjust to the new reality accompanied by the false hope of one day returning to their flashy lives kept Buhle on her toes and high alert. She has a crush on Ntokozo, but Mazet stands in her way.
Phumlani’s arrival in Gomora gave Buhle a lifeline and hoped to taste the good life once again. Will Thathi stand in Buhle’s way to enjoy her uncle’s riches? When she could have been rocking the streets of Gomora in her newly gifted convertible BMW, Thathi stood in her way to reject a birthday present from Phumlani.
Buhle salary on Gomora revealed
Ama Qamata started acting at a younger age; she was involved in high school plays. At seventeen, she debuted television filming when she played Naledi on SABC 1 comedy, My Perfect family. She played a recurring role on Rhythm City as Thandi. In 2020 Ama joined the Gomora as a leading cast member; she earns a relatively low salary of R18 000 per month for playing the Buhle role.
After nailing the Gomora role, Ama Qamata was invited to play a leading role on the Netflix drama series Blood and Water as Puleng Khumalo, whose twin sister was abducted at birth. Kutlwano Ditsele, the Blood and Water casting director, worked with Ama Qamata on Gomora as executive producer described her as a “phenomenal talent.”