Brenda Ngxoli thanks the Fergusons for her the first-ever personal dressing room

Brenda Ngxoli thanks the Fergusons for her the first-ever personal dressing room

After 15 years of being within the acting industry for the first-time actress, Brenda Ngxoli finally has her own room all because of her new role on The Queen.
Brenda Ngxoli thanks the Fergusons for her the first-ever personal dressing room

The award-winning actress recently joined the cast of the favored Mzansi Magic telenovela as NomaPrincess ‘Noma’ Matshikiza.

It’s been a couple of weeks that Brenda has been on screen and viewers are enjoying her addition to the cast and her rocky relationship with Brutus has been something viewers are enjoying watching.

Taking to Instagram, Brenda shared a picture of her Ferguson Films room and shared what a monumental moment this was for her, in her lengthy career as this was a “first” for her.

With quite 15 years within the industry; I can finally say I even have my very own room,” shared the actress. Brenda went on to elucidate that at Ferguson Films she has her own gown and slippers unlike within the hobbies where she would need to share gowns and slippers with others.

She also spoke on how when should complain then she would be called a “Diva”. Brenda went on to share that now finally real structure brands are getting used on her face and not fake China brands.
Unlike hobbies uzibona usharisha iiGown NeziSlippers nabanye abantu. Uthi usothetha kuthiwe : Diva. Ngapha maarn ndiqatyiwa ngeREAL structure brands. Not iiFongKong zase China Ntoz…”

Numerous actors and actresses have spoken out about the treatment they receive on sets and whilst The Fergusons haven’t been known for treating their staff badly whilst on set, they’re known for showing them the door during a bitter way.

Ever since Mara Louw outed the Fergusons for blacklisting her and refusing to pay her accordingly. In 2019 the actress during the facility Dialogue on POWER Talk spoke about how negotiations for a better salary with the Fergusons went south.

“And then suddenly I’m told by Shona [Ferguson], who may be a child and each other producer that ‘Your fee is just too high. Excuse me! If you would like to pay me peanuts go and find a monkey. I even have never received a penny of royalties,” said the actress.

Despite allegations that The Fergusons exploit talent, they need to maintain that it’s all a part of the business. Speaking during a live Instagram chat with Themba Ndaba who portrays Brutus, Connie Ferguson skilled an issue about why people getting fired.

“This may be a soap, it’s a Telenovela…characters come and go, that’s how soap operates. it’s for the story and sometimes to introduce another story, but characters come and go. this is often not something exclusive to The Queen…It happens everywhere, and it happens whenever,” responded Connie Ferguson.