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Lwanda Sindaphi

Lwanda Sindaphi is an actor, playwright, theatre director and poet. He started his Theatre career in 2009 debuting at the National Arts festival with Sophumelela Theatre Group. He holds a performing arts certificate from New Africa Theatre Academy and studied physical theatre and acting at Magnet Theatre (2012/13). He won the 2011 DFL + LOVER Another Poetry Slam and went to compete in the National finals. He was included in Badalisha Poetry’s Top 10 poets in Africa and won best Director at the 2013 Zabalaza Festival for his play Death the Redeemer. He has performed in The Heart of Redness directed by Mark Fleishman, and running with gold fish and gift wrapping the sea directed by Brink Scholtz. His play Kudu recently won 3 awards at the Fleur de Cap Theatre Awards. He is currently pursuing his Honours in Playwriting at the University of Cape Town.

Lwanda is the co-founder and Creative Director of Lingua Franca Spoken Word Movement based in Delft.


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