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Dancing to the Beat of the Drum | Autobiography: The Arts

Pamela Nomvete

The sangomas say that when it is time to connect with your true calling, your true self, you must “dance to the beat of the drum”.

Returning to the land of her parents’ birth in 1994 – after making a name for herself as an actress on the British stage – Pamela Nomvete became a household name as Ntsiki Lukhele, “the bitch”, on Generations. But the mirage of luxury and success in which she lived was just that, a mirage. Behind closed doors she battled her husband’s infidelities, addiction and spiritual confusion. Dancing to the Beat of the Drum details the traumatic personal crisis Pamela went through as her success grew – a crisis which took everything she had worked for from her – and how she came to re-evaluate her priorities and reconnect with the spiritual side of her life – something she had long neglected.

“Pamela Nomvete is back with a bang!” – DRUM
“A standing ovation is in order . . .” – Heiress Lifestyle
“Nomvete pulls no punches . . .” – Blue Ink Review
“An unputdownable read . . .” The Herald

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Dancing to the Beat of the Drum | Autobiography: The Arts

Author: Pamela Nomvete
Category: Autobiography: The Arts
ISBN: 9780795706875
Date Released: 20 August 2014
Price (incl. VAT): R 240.00
Format: Soft cover, 272pp

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Pamela Nomvete

PAMELA NOMVETE has been an actress for twenty-six years, having graduated from the Welsh College of Music and Drama in 1985. She spent ten years on the British...


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