Nambitha-Ben Mazwi Is Soft Life Goals

She is enjoying some time away

By  | May 16, 2021, 04:22 PM  | Nambitha Ben-Mazwi  | Top of The

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Actress Nambitha-Ben Mazwi has taken some time off from work to rejuvenate herself. she took to her Instagram to share pictures of her weekend away staycation.

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“Restoration,” she captioned one of her pictures.

The phenomenal actress started the year on a high note. First celebrating Starring In 3 Netflix Shows after Diamond City was licensed by Netflix streaming in over 100 countries.

She tweeted: “I actually don’t even know where to start at this point. Our legal drama #DiamondCity has been licensed by @NetflixSA. And it’s out, NOW streaming across 190 countries as of today. Your girl is officially on three @netflix shows, two of them being hit Netflix Originals.”
Another Netflix series that Nambitha is part of is Dead Places. Speaking about the series on her Instagram she said she was excited to be part of the series.
“A new Netflix Original series, NOW streaming across 180 countries. And yours truly is guest-starring just because God is good. Truly excited about this, not only because it’s an incredibly well-directed gripping paranormal horror, but my three mates are leading the pack and these artists are talents that I cannot wait for the world to fall in awe of!”
Nambitha was also a part of How To Ruin Christmas: The Wedding playing the role of Refiloe.

She has also appeared on Mzansi's top shows such as Scandal and Mzansi Magic’s The Queen where she played the role of Shaqueesha who was an American student.

Speaking about how she gets into Shaqueesha character, Nambitha said: "Preparing for a role is my favourite with every role that I unpack, when I go in for a role I go in. With this role, I got the call at the end of the business day and the following morning I had to audition. So it was overnight.

"In terms of the American accent, I had to get my accent and dialect on point within a few hours. When it came to the mental illness part, I needed to escape into the mind of Shaqueesha entirely. It's a very dark role, so I went into very uncomfortable places that I never knew existed. I surprised myself a lot.

She said speaking to someone close to a mental asylum patient also help her prepare for her character.
"What particularly helped is I spoke to a friend of mine; her sister is currently in a mental asylum. That really helped me, because I go deep into it and try to unpack the human element. So that the audience can start to understand and not judge her actions - just try to educate the audience about mental illness."

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