• 9 July and the beginning of August, we will deliver written and oral submissions to support the Bills that protect the earning rights of actors. If we fail, we will never see meaningful industry transformation in our lifetime. Included will be our petition of OVER 2000 signatures. Make sure it includes YOURS!

  • ALL Actors! We need your voices to be heard.

    We need the world to see and hear that our industry supports transformation. That our industry supports FAIR compensation that INCLUDES actor royalties.

    We need you to record a video message and put it on your online presence! Facebook, Instagram, Twitter. We need all our voices out there under one banner so that when SAGA delivers this message to Parliament, it is a message from all of us.

Stephanie Ndlovu

Nominee
  • Johannesburg

Stephanie is a motivational speaker, actor, casting director and social linguist. She completed her Honors in Social linguistics in 2012. She is Casting director at one of South Africa's biggest TV soaps, Scandal, and has casted for shows including SABC's "Rented family", Kyknet's "Spoor" and the telenovela "Hope".
 
Her first acting role was on Etv's “Scandal” as the nosey receptionist, Ingrid, which she continues to play today. In 2016, she got her first lead role on “MTV Shuga”.  Since acting in MTV Shuga, Stephanie has become a leading ambassador and advocate for the MTV Staying Alive work. This includes being part of MTV Shuga’s plenary presentations at the International AIDS Conference in Amsterdam 2018, and the Women Deliver conference in Vancouver 2019.

In 2019, she was appointed as a board member of the international organization - The MTV Staying alive foundation. Stephanie was a lead actor in MTV Shuga - a mass media campaign with a hit drama series that looks at sexual reproductive health issues. This global series has a recorded viewership of 720m homes - globally.
 
Stephanie is also a founding member of The Ndlovu Foundation, an NPO which together with her husband, focus on outreach projects in various communities across the country. One such project is Ydav - a Saturday school, aimed at providing extra lessons in English and Mathematics for underprivileged children in the community of Eldorado Park. Passionate about contributing to society, Stephanie has been involved in community work over the last 10 years; ranging from organizing soup kitchens and feeding schemes in the township of Westbury, to mentorship programs for young girls.

 

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