Zodwa Wabantu Goes Back To School, Enrolled At Star Quality College

Mzansi was left in stitches and admiration at the same time as celebrated controversial Dance Queen Zodwa Wabantu indicated that she was going back to school.

Wabantu had previously made headlines for controversial reasons but this time she has wowed South Africa after deciding to empower herself by pursuing her studies.

The celebrated pantless dancer took to Instagram that she was now enrolled at Star Quality Performing Arts College. She is studying for an Acting and Performing Arts certificate.

Star Quality Performing Arts College is owned by actress and Tv personality Zinzi Zungu and former Tshisa presenter Miranda Ntshangase.

I guess we won’t see one of the finest Mzansi entertainers more often this time around. Zodwa was seen having a toast with Zinzi Zungu the former star actress to her new adventure.

Age is just a number when it comes to acting and performing arts, just like those before her, Zodwa is one of the several celebrated entertainers who pursued acting at a later age. Lydia Koko Mantsha is one of the several actresses who pursued acting at a later age, she started her acting career after she retired from teaching in 1997.

Zodwa Wabantu Gets Back To School, Enrolled At Star Quality College
Zodwa Wabantu Goes Back To School, Enrolled At Star Quality College

Zodwa has always remarked about being an actress someday. And her dreams seem to be taking a positive turn in 2020 after getting enrolled in a performing arts school.

Zodwa had to say this: “I’m an entertainer. I enjoy being a part of the entertainment industry. People have always seen one side of me. I’m ready to start the next chapter of my life.

I’ve always been interested in acting, but I know in order for people to take me seriously, I need to do some training first. I approached Star Quality Performing Arts College because it’s owned by two young black women, like myself, and explained to them what my dream was.

They encouraged me to study, so I enrolled in the acting college,”

-Zodwa Wabantu.


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