Sophie Ndaba Biography
Sophie Lichaba, who was born on June 29th, 1973 née Mphasane, often known as Sophie Ndaba, is a well-known actress in South Africa. In the soap opera Generations, she played the role of Queen Moroka.  During the year 2016, she served as a guest judge for the Miss South Africa 2016 beauty pageant.
In Zimbabwe, she graduated from high school and immediately started pursuing a career in modeling afterward. It was her mother’s hope that by placing her in an orphanage in Eastlea, Harare, Zimbabwe, her daughter would have access to a higher standard of education than was feasible for her in apartheid-era South Africa.
Solly Mphasane, Lichaba’s father, passed away in the year 2016. Diabetes is one of her illnesses. She has two children, Rudo and Lwandle, with her ex-husband, Themba Ndaba. Her children’s names are Rudo and Lwandle. After the passing of her sister, Tiny Mphasane, she took in her niece, Shallon Ndaba, and raised her as her own. In 2017, they tied the knot with Max Lichaba. In the latter half of 2018, Lichaba was the subject of a malicious rumor that spread the false information that she had passed away.
- Duku Duku Award for “Best Soap Actress” in 2003
- Golden Horn Award for “Best Comic Actor” in 2009
- Woman Of Inspiration Award
- Class of ’92
- Egoli: Place of Gold
- Gog’ Helen
- Yizo Yizo
- Soul City
- She is King
- High Rollers – Season 2