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Shooting Star! Exclusive Interview With Linda Mtoba

We managed to chat with the gorgeous Linda Mtoba about her role on Isibaya and how she burst into the scene.

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Overnight success best captions the experience that the latest addition to Mzansi Magic‘s telenovela Isibaya has had on the small screen. Linda Mtoba recently joined the soapie as a member of the Ngwenya family in which she plays the role of Ntombizama, daughter to notorious taxi boss Judas. The 24 year old actress took a leap of faith in both auditioning for the role and quiting her profession as a teacher to become a full-time actress. We caught up with the beaut to get exclusive deets about her life and how it has changed in recent weeks. Here she details her experience,  the highs and the lows of being an actress, and plans to horn her new found craft. Cava!


QuenchSA: Shed some light on who is Linda Mtoba?


Linda Mtoba: Linda is a very bubbly person who grew up in Umlazi and I live in Durban North now. I was teaching IsiZulu at a primary school from Grade 1 to Grade 5. Currently studying Marketing Management part-time.


QuenchSA: Have you always been passionate about acting?


Linda: Funny enough I actually think it came to me because it wasn’t really a career I felt I was destined to go into. I did audition once to be a presenter but I never thought of acting before, my friends seduced me into acting because they said that I was very dramatic…I’ve never done acting nor have I taken an acting class before in my life.


QuenchSA: Are acting classes something you planning on doing in the future?


Linda: Definitely! The more obviously I get in it. If you are in a craft you have to honour it and do it as best as you can. I am actually in a process of getting an acting coach, just so that I can get better at it.

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Linda reveling in her rebellious character as Ntombizama. Photo Cred: Facebook/Isibaya


QuenchSA: With the role on Isibaya big your first casting role, has it been difficult fighting off nerves?


Linda: You have no idea! Honestly it was so nerve-wrecking. My very first scene was with my family and it also had Iris played by Mampho and Jabu. Every time I had to speak it felt like something was going to come out of my mouth. It was so hectic but they actually comforted me and before I went on they told me to say my words and every thing will be fine, which helped.


QuenchSA: What has been the hardest adjustment you’ve had to make since your new found fame?


Linda: The hardest adjustment has been that I actually have to be in Jo’burg quite more often. Eventually I have to relocate soon. I go there for work when I’m shooting. Also understanding my lines and script, the lingo, some of the words are foreign to me (laughs).


QuenchSA: Do you miss teaching primary school children?


Linda: Yes I miss it quite often. I do pop in and say hello. I miss them so much, the kids are so full of life. From working with kids with a few adults to working with adults with no kid is quite an adjustment.

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Linda dressed to the nines. Photo Cred: Instagram/Linda_Mtoba


QuenchSA: What’s the one thing that people won’t find about you on the internet?


Linda: I actually think that I’m quite transparent, it’s there on my Instagram and Snapchat. I’m a loud-mouth, very talkative, someone who likes funny memes…it’s who I am.


QuenchSA: Has the cast on Isibaya embraced you?


Linda: Yes definitely! I feed of the energy, for instance if I’m in a scene with Thuli Thabethe, who is my mother on Isibaya, her energy is so real, its so convincing that I can’t help but feel like I am talking to my mother.

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QuenchSA: How are you finding living in Johannesburg?


Linda: To be honest I had a bad perception about Johannesburg because I been in Durban my whole life I’ve never lived anywhere else. Jo’burg is this mean place, concrete jungle, now that I’m here I’m finding out that is not the case. My personal misconception of it has completely changed and I’ve actually grown fond of it.


QuenchSA: Having thrust yourself into the world of the unknown, what lies in the immediate future for Linda?


Linda: I’m just taking it a day at a time, because this has honestly been a whirlwind. I was a teacher one day and then literally the next day I’m acting on Isibaya. I loved it before I was in it and now that I’m in it its become something so surreal, anything that comes after this will literally be a cherry on top.

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Khaya Dladla Gets On The Hunt For His Biggest Fan!

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The debut season of Tropika Smoooth Fan is here and this week, Khaya Dladla is the first celebrity to put his biggest fans to the test as they compete to prove they are the star’s smooothest fan.

Khaya has gained a massive following over the years thanks to his performance on the popular SABC 1 drama Uzalo.

His love for entertainment started when he was a child and developed after his parents sent him to drama classes from the age of 15.

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The star enjoyed all facets of performance and later became a backing vocalist for musicians such as Hugh Masikela and Thandiswa Mazwai. Today, he stars as G.C.

Khaya Dladla
This week, four die-hard celebrity fans will compete in various interactive games in the hopes of being crowned Khaya’s smooothest fan. The winner will make it to the semi-finals where they will compete against the smooothest fans of the other celebrity contestants where, after another round of games, the two top contestants will go head to head in the final to win R250 000 cash and a Honda Amaze!

KHAYA DLADLA 

What attracted you to a show like Tropika Smoooth Fan?

Firstly, it was the opportunity to interact with my fans. I hardly get that because of the schedules we have on ‘Uzalo’. More than that, it was growth. I wanted people to get to know me instead of my character. And, the fact that its a Tropika game show makes me so happy because the brand feels like an old friend to me.

Why do you think it is important to recognize the fanbase who has been by your side throughout your career?

It’s simple – we are because they are. The more likes we get on social media, the more followers we get on social media and the impact we have makes us feel like we make a difference. It puts a ‘label’ to who we are and the relevance. I feel like it’s very important to recognize our fanbase because they are like our ‘hype people’. Our fans help build our brands through the love they send. As an entertainer, you have an audience listening so it’s important to give them recognition as well.

Why do you think so many people around the country identify with you and your work?

Firstly, authenticity is important. I try to be as real as possible. Even on ‘Uzalo’ I try to resemble a character that someone has met before because we want to tell real stories. The little mannerisms and the characterisations of what I do is relatable and, as performers, that’s our ultimate goal. I am also super critical of my own work and I think my fans see that I put my heart and soul into every performance.

What do you hope your fans get out of watching you on this week’s episode of Tropika Smoooth Fan?

I hope my fans get to know the real me. There is more to me than G.C. and, at some point, the G.C. brand overpowered my name. I had to go back to the drawing board and remind people who Khaya Dladla really is and Tropika Smoooth Fan will certainly help me do that. Apart from that, I am looking forward to having fun with my fans. I mean, that’s what the show is about – a fun, interactive show where I get to interact with my biggest fans.

What was the biggest lesson your fans taught you about your career?

My fans have taught me many important lessons over my career. They taught me humility and to always be as real as possible. I think that is something that has helped so many people relate to both my and my character on ‘Uzalo’.

Tell us something your fans might not know about you?

I run a lot of CSI projects and I do a lot of charity work. It’s something I keep to myself because I don’t want people to think I am doing it for media attention. I feed an old age home and also do my best to support a group of orphans who are close to my heart. Also, I have been learning how to DJ and I am working on a different concept on how to launch myself as that.

Can you share an instance where a fan has changed your life in some way?

I have had both positive and negative interactions with fans which has changed my life in some way Once, a fan hugged me, spun me around and stuck his tongue in my mouth. That was the first time I cried from a fan interaction. It really shook me. Then, on a positive note, I had an interaction with a fan who got so excited to see me that she had an asthma attack. I stayed by her and waited for the ambulance to arrive and afterwards, I asked to have a chat with her. I realised how easily people look to celebrities for motivation and I knew that I wanted to use my fame to inspire people.

What’s can fans expect from you in the coming months?

A lot! I have been working on my music for over a year now. I come from musical theatre so I am excited to show the country that side of me. I have also joined Gagasi FM as a presenter which I am really excited about. Apart from that, fans can expect more music, more gigs and more exciting collaborations.

Want to be a contestant on the show? Simply buy a Smoooth Fan-branded Tropika at your nearest store, find your unique code and follow the on-pack USSD instructions for your chance to prove you’re the smooothest fan on live television.

Fans also stand to win amazing prizes by snapping a selfie of themselves with a Smoooth Fan branded Tropika, and Whatsapping the image to 071 605 1503 live during the show between 18:00 and 18:30 every Friday.

Catch Tropika Smoooth Fan every Friday at 18:00 on SABC 1.

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Sir LSG: Perfection Matters – Not So Much The Accolades – Interview

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The way Sir LSG approaches music is microscopic. He takes all these elements – tiny sounds that don’t typically register to an ear that isn’t technically sharpened to detect and achieve sonic balance – very seriously. He’s also a perfectionist, which meant finishing his much-celebrated album, Moving Circles, was no easy feat.

We had the privilege of hearing from the man ahead of his set at Play Sessions in Braamfontein this Thursday, September 6th.

You started out studying electrical engineer before a passion for records and music took over. Tell us about your record collection?

I started collecting records right at the beginning of my first year at WITS, and in hindsight, engineering was never really going to work well for me. My record collection is quite small, because in 2006 when I started playing, CDs were becoming popular in the clubs. My friends and I would share records when we had a gig, to assist with the limited range.

Your mentor was/is DJ Christos, “The Godfather of House” and one of South Africa’s most respected house producers. Tell us how his work inspires you?

I met DJ Christos back in 2008 at an SAMC conference, when I had just won the DJ competition for the conference, and Chris took me under his wing. For a few months I would travel with him to his gigs and he would give me his last 15 – 20 minutes of his sets. It meant a lot to be able to travel with one of our country’s house music icons – I can never be grateful enough for those moments.

Your “Sax In The City” soulful house mix reached the second spot on Traxsource’s top singles chart in 2011, and in 2014 they voted you at Number 20 on the Top 100 Afro House Producers of the year. Tell us how these accolades helped define your career?

It’s always nice to see my releases reach charts on Traxsource because globally they are the leading House Music store. But those accolades don’t really mean much, I’m only happy and grateful that there are people out there who enjoy the music I make.

You’ve worked alongside global and local acts, such as Ralf GUM and R&B singer/songwriter Brian Temba. Who has been your favourite collaboration to date and why?

The most important thing for me when working with other artists is to really have a “vibe”. As soon as musicians “vibe” you’ll hear it in their music. I always enjoy working with Ralf Gum and Thandi Ntuli because they are the two people I spend a lot of studio time with.

What can people expect from your Select Sessions gig on 6th September at PUMA?

Expect nothing but solid soulful house music. See you on the dance floor.

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Deep House Ace Kat La Kat Is Not Chasing The Wave – Interview

Kat La Kat takes us through his approach to House music as he preps a set at the looming PUMA Select Sessions

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If you’ve had the privilege of enjoying Kat La Kat’s abstract and organic sets, you would appreciate his technical showmanship and the clear fact that he loves music. The house music DJ prefers diving into his enriched pool of vast house offerings than merely amplifying popular sounds.  We got him to delve a bit deeper into his creative processes in this Q and A.

You’re known for your Deep Vibes mix series, which has a cult following. How did this first come about?

I felt the need to put out tracks that wouldn’t generally be heard in clubs in my area at the time, a sound that was a bit more dark and less catchy. Stuff people would say is too calm, too deep, too underground to play in front of a crowd, so I decided to create a mix series that one can indulge in their own space, with no pressure to make people dance.

You’ve played in nightclubs in and around Pretoria and Johannesburg for more than a decade now. Any advice for aspiring DJs and producers?

Trust your taste! A lot tend to follow what works for other artists and they struggle with consistency because it was never really their taste. Do you and do you good …the rest will fall in place

You’re experimental, use mixing techniques and like to take people on a journey with your deep house sets. What’s a sound you’re loving right now?

I dig deep tech house and quite a few local producers are putting out some awesome sounds.

You’ve been producing your own music since 2006. How has the local house music scene developed since then and where do you think it’s going?

I think it has developed in a very good way, we’ve always had the groove but we lacked sonic quality and little technical stuff that goes into a production. Guys are making the effort to have their tunes professionally mixed and mastered and that’s a step in the right direction.

What can people expect from your Select Sessions gig on 6th September at PUMA?

A Kat La Kat experience, you need to hear it to know what I’m talking about! You can expect the unexpected.

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