Sindi Dlathu (born 1988) is a South African actress and singer best known for her television roles as Nomfundo in the SABC1 drama series Soul City (2001-2008) and as Thandaza in the SABC2 soapie Muvhango, since 1997.
She is one of only three actors who have appeared on Muvhango since its inception in 1997 - the other two are Murabeli Rasalanavho and Maumela Mahuwa.
Starting young, Sindi's win at a national miming competition at age 11 was a sign of things to come. At 14 she was cast as the lead role's understudy in the stage version of Sarafina!, playing to packed houses.
In the screen version, she worked alongside Whoopi Goldberg and was commissioned as an assistant choreographer to Michael Peters, the man responsible for many of Michael Jackson's dance routines.
She has sung backing vocals for Billy Ocean and Randy Crawford. Performing with Mary Twala, Abigail Kubheka, and Nomhle Nkonyeni in Duma Ka Ndlovu's award winning stage play The Game, she went to London with his production of The Ritual.
Sindi's threatre productions include Madiepetsana and a FNB Vita Award in 2003 for Best Actress in the The Suit, locally performed at the Civic Theatre with an international run at an Amsterdam festival.
Her television credits include Muvhango, Khululeka, Justice for All and a six-season run on the SABC1 AIDS drama series Soul City.