South African actress Brümilda van Rensburg celebrating her 60th birthday

South African actress Brümilda van Rensburg says she is happy with empowering and sharing her 'tricks of the trade' with young actresses.

Chatting to Xolani Gwala for the Thursday feature #WhatInTheWorldHappenedTo, Brümilda says she will be celebrating her 60th birthday in October.

Many know this multiple award-winning TV, film and theatre actress as Louwna in the TV series Egoli: Place of Gold.

Brümilda says she is currently busy with teaching at Brumilda Acting Academy Agency.

People are investing in local talent. We are making movies. We are making soapies.

Brümilda van Rensburg, actress

Listen to Brümilda's full interview with Xolani Gwala below...

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