Born on the East Rand, she agrees that joining Generations was the biggest break in her acting career. You need steadiness in order to plan your future perfectly." Mfenyane is relatively new to the television world but is already showing signs of being a passionate actress.Followers of the soapie have already fallen in love with this girl who somehow manages to get under people's skin.She defines Noluntu as an attention seeker and rude girl who is always stepping on people's toes.

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Generations head writer Bongi Ndaba also declined to comment, saying that she did not deal with actors' wages.

Zenande Mfenyana and her family has been spent a Sunday afternoon (January 10) together during lunch and snaps an adorable photo!

The 31-year-old former Generations actress and currently best known for her role as Reba on etv telenovela Ashes to Ashes had a lunch with her little sister, mother and her father who is a priest.

“There is no such thing as a perfect family, but we make it work.

I LOVE MY BLOOD” Zenande captioned a photo of a family on Instagram.

The outspoken Mfenyana, who portrays Noluntu, says this was her calling.

She was introduced to Generations viewers in November last year as a daughter of media mogul Mawande Memela.

Her irritating and annoying character as Noluntu has certainly made the soapie more exciting. I had reached a point where I needed stability in my career.

Vundla told the media on Friday in a press conference that the lowest-paid actor in the soapie earned an average of R55000 a month (about R14000 a week).

But the dossier showed that the lowest-paid actors - Anga Makubalo (MJ), Zenande Mfenyana (Noluntu) and Mandla Gaduka (Choppa) - earn an average of between R5500 and R8000 a week."This means that the lowest-paid earns [about] R32000 per month and not an average of R55000 per month as they claimed in the press conference.

This is all lies designed to portray us as greedy," said an actor who did not want to be named for fear of victimisation.