Ivy Nkutha is one of South Africa’s most charming entertainers, many of us recognize Gogo Flo as the 75-year-old generation.
Her father died at the age of 13 in 1953, and her mother died in 2008.
She looks to the St. Thomas Teaching College for nursing. Before she steps into the media association, Ivy joins the Westrand Board of Management of Corporate Nursing.
A few years down the road, as a dental tutor, she goes to dental school. She flies across the world to give the butchers tips about the best way to clean their meat for the well-being of their consumers.
Her vocation to perform is motivated by the Dudu on Yizo’s granddaughter, Noluthando Maleka. “At the time Noluthando went to her first tryout of a Stork margarine commercial, she was three years old and I went with her. I never had to be an entertainer.
“At the point when I went with her to the arrangement of Soul City, the chief inquired as to whether I could do a section for them. I didn’t spare a moment, I did it and they preferred it,” she says.
In Soul City, Ivy plays the part of a patient’s grandmother, and the rest is past.
Her ability means a great deal in Soul City, and Ivy is developing. In 1997, she joined Muvhango, where she worked as consultant to Edward Mukwevho. “I left Muvhango to join Isidingo, and never had a regular career, but I didn’t stop being loaded up as an entertainer.
People should be assured that this is not my first time in centuries. I was like a guest entertainer once over generations, and generations then called me back to play the part of Gog’s Flo,” she says.