Linda Sibiya (born 17 July 1974 in Eshowe) who is also known as Mr Magic is a South African radio and television personality and motivational speaker.
Linda Sibiya was given the opportunity to act in an independent film titled Uhlanga The Mark.
It was written and produced by Ndaba ka Ngwane, which showed at the Durban International Film Festival 2012.
He played the role of Mandla Thabethe, who sells bananas for a living and then gets a job at a sugar-cane factory.
|Full Name||Linda Sibiya|
|Date of Birth||17 July 1974 (46 years old)|
|Occupation||Radio and television personality and motivational speaker|
Linda Sibiya Age
He was born on the 17th of July 1974 in Eshowe, KwaZulu Natal in South Africa. As of 2020, he is 46 years old.
Linda Sibiya Wife
He is currently married to Sjabulile.
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Linda Sibiya News
Mr Magic Wants His Ukhozi Job Back
Adopted From: dailysun.co.za
IT HAS been four years since Linda Sibiya was fired by Ukhozi FM after being charged with fraud.
However, Mr Magic, as he was called by fans, believes he was not fired in the correct way and wants his job back.
This comes after he was found not guilty of defrauding clothing company Edcon of R1,8 million by the Specialised Commercial Crimes Court in Joburg on Friday.
He was accused of taking money from Edcon in 2013 through his events company, Magic Entertainment, for an Ukhozi FM event that never happened.
Speaking to Daily Sun, Sibiya said his lawyers would soon meet SABC management to discuss his future at the radio station.
“I didn’t like the way I was fired. I was not given a chance to explain or say goodbye to my listeners. I wasn’t even called to a disciplinary hearing,” he said.
He joined Vuma FM after he was fired but he said his heart was always with Ukhozi FM. He’s currently running a radio school called Magic Broadcasting Academy.
In 2015, Ukhozi FM programmes manager Zandile Tembe told guests at the Royal Ladies Breakfast event in Umhlanga, KZN that it wasn’t easy to fire Sibiya as she knew him personally.
SABC spokeswoman Neo Momodu acknowledged the court ruling and said the broadcaster’s management would discuss the matter before meeting Sibiya’s legal team.