By Katlego Sekhu
Chatting about quitting her job to pursue her dream of acting, Nambitha says she didn’t have a plan B.
“I didn’t have something to come back to. I didn’t have something to lose. It was a friend that I had made who owns a comedy club that just opened up.
“He told me he loved my voice and I ended up being a host there,’ she shares.
The actress started off greeting people and got promoted to introducing the shows and I also got to work on the back end of shows like the David LettermanShow. “I was really hungry to learn,” she adds.
On starting a family
The actress admits that she does want to have children, she just wants to make sure it’s with the right person.
“For me I am very careful on who I have a child with so I guess that is the reason of the delay. I’m very traditional, marriage first.”
The future of South African television
With more and more international networks like Netflix and Amazon showing interest in South African content and talent, Nambitha believes South African productions and broadcasters can learn a lot from the international scene.
Watch Nambitha’s full interview on 959 Breakfast with Dineo Ranaka and Sol Phenduka below: