Linda Mtoba is one of Mzansi's most popular actresses, as well as a fashionista.
Linda Mtoba won many hearts when she secured the role of Zama Ngwenya on Isibaya, one of Mzansi's favorite TV programs.
She is well-known for her quick retorts to public criticism.
Linda continues to work on becoming one of the top actresses in the country as a content curator, actress, brand ambassador, and mother.
Linda Mtoba's biography and climb to stardom may be found here.
Linda Mtoba Age
Linda Mtoba was born on November 11th, 1991, in Johannesburg, South Africa. She is 29-years-old.
Linda Mtoba Education
Linda Mtoba was a part-time student studying Marketing Management when she received her big break on Isibaya.
She did not, however, complete her education at the time and instead focused on acting.
Linda Mtoba Family
Linda Mtoba was born and raised in the KwaZulu-Natal city of Durban.
Both of her parents raised her and her younger brother. Sadly, she lost her father when she was 13 years old.
Celiwe, her step mother remarried, and her stepfather assumed the role of father.
Linda Mtoba and her family grew up living with her aunt Lihle and her son, forming one huge family.
Linda Mtoba Marriage
Steve Meyer is Linda Mtoba's husband.
In 2017, the couple tied the knot. This came after a six-year courtship, during which Steve proposed and Linda Mtoba became Mrs Meyer.
In the year 2020, she gave birth to her first child with Steve. Baby Bean is how the public refers to the infant.
Linda Mtoba Career
Linda Mtoba is a certified teacher who spent a year following graduation working as an educator in KwaZulu-Natal. She taught isiZulu to students in grades 1 to 5 in the intermediate phase.
Linda Mtoba quit her profession as a teacher to pursue her second passion, acting. She had no idea she could get a career as an actress until she gave it a shot.
Her pals think she's dramatic because she's a naturally effervescent persona.
Linda Mtoba was pushed by her friends to go to the Isibaya auditions, and when she finally gave up and went, the audience adored her, and she was cast as Zama Ngwenya on the show.
She was cast as the daughter of Judas Ngwenya, a vicious and feared taxi boss, who was played by Menzi Ngubane from KwaMashu, and Beauty Ngwenya, her mother, who was played by Thuli Thabethe.
She secured the part of Nomonde on 1Magic's best-selling telenovela The River in 2018, where she co-starred with Sindi Dlathu, Moshidi Motshwega, Hlomla Dandala, and Presley Chweneyagae.
Linda Mtoba Fashion
Linda Mtoba's dresses are exquisite, trendy, and deliberately coordinated to create an enticing ensemble, as many fashion lovers know.
She rarely goes a day without being prepared for the camera. This is evident in her well-decorated Instagram photos, which are primarily about family, travel, and fashion.
She has attained influential reputation and is always curating timeless content on her Instagram account, demonstrating her unrivaled sense of style.
Make yourself at home while still looking opulent.
Jeans for Maternity
While wearing jeans while pregnant can be uncomfortable, maternity jeans with a stretchy waistline allow women to still look attractive in their favorite denim trousers.
Linda wore her ripped jeans with a camouflage blazer and a loose-fitting black top.
Going for a more feminine look
A block heel is always a good choice. They go with everything and lend the perfect amount of femininity to any appearance, as Linda Mtoba has demonstrated. They complete your ensemble for both day and night occasions.
Linda Mtoba's sense of style never fails to wow. She's always right on the money.
Linda Mtoba Brand Endorsements
Linda Mtoba announced on Instagram that she has been endorsed and appointed as an ambassador for VaselineZA.
"I'm excited to announce my collaboration with @vaselineza, a company that has been a part of my life for as long as I can remember. Things change over time, but certain things remain constant, like my passion for kisses and the Vaseline seal, which is now included in Vaseline lip therapy. It's even more convenient and adorable in these Lil lip tins, which I carry with me everywhere."
Linda Mtoba has a huge brand ambassadorial arrangement for 'Huggies' with Baby Bean since becoming a mother.
Baby Bean is already cashing huge checks at such an early age.
Linda Mtoba Controversy
Linda Mtoba wore a creamy dress to a wardrobe fitting that immediately attracted the eye of Asanda Madyibi, who had designed a similar one.
She turned to social media to express her displeasure with Linda Mtoba's garment, alleging that it resembled the creamy dreams she created for Minnie Dlamini's umembeso.
As a result, Bomb Productions reached out to Asanda Madyibi, the designer, and apologized for the incident. They contacted Minnie Dlamini to apologize for any inconvenience that using the replica design of the garment may have caused her.
Linda Mtoba's spouse was kidnapped and hijacked on the 1st of December in 2018.
She tweeted about her experience on that particular day.
"Last year on this day, my husband was kidnapped and held captive for several hours. Every day, I thank God for his safety. We're spending the day with our daughter. It would have only taken a fraction of a second for one of the hijackers to become enraged and kill him."
Stranger invading her privacy and taking pictures
She reacted to a fan who tried to sneakily photograph her infant when they were out in public.
The single mother posted a succinct and short message on social media, advising everyone to avoid attempting to steal a photo of her daughter.
After giving delivery, Linda Mtoba retaliated against nosy social media users who were pressuring her to reveal the name of her daughter.
Linda Mtoba has unapologetically expressed her support for public breastfeeding and finds no problem with it.
She sees it as attending to her child's hunger at the precise moment when she will require food. However, she was chastised on social media by those who had opposing viewpoints.
Linda Mtoba, on the other hand, advised other mothers not to yield to the same demands, saying:
"I really don’t give much thought to feeding my daughter in public, she needs to eat so I feed her. I thought maybe I’d be anxious about it but speaking to other mommies truly gave me the confidence I needed to do it. Mommies, it’s ok to breastfeed our babies in public & not feel any shame for it."
Her main concern is for her kid, and she has no time to consider who is observing.
Linda Mtoba aims to improve her acting skills as she continues to learn her art. She aspires to return to school and pursue a career as a producer.