Menzi Ngubane (born 4 September 1964) is a South African actor popularly known for his role as Detective Nkonzo Mazibuko on the Ashes to Ashes.
He has also appeared in a number of South African films, including How to Steal 2 Million, alongside John Kani, Terry Pheto and Rapulana Seiphemo.
|Full Name||Menzi Ngubane|
|Date of Birth||4 September 1964 (56 years old)|
|Net Worth||$1 million|
Menzi Ngubane Age
He was born on the 4th of September 1964 in Ladysmith, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. As of 2020, he is 56 years old.
Menzi Ngubane Wife
He is currently married to Sikelelo Sishuba
Movies and Television
- Ashes to Ashes season 1 and season 2 as Detective Nkonzo Mazibuko.
- Gaz’lam season 1 as Jerome
- Generations season 1 as Sibusiso Dlomo-Ngamla
- Gold Diggers season 1 as Israel
- Isibaya season 4 and 5 as Judas
- Soul City season 6 as Zola Dube
- Yizo Yizo season 2 as Elliot
In 2008 he won the Star of Mzansi award and the R1-million prize.
Menzi Ngubane’s net worth is $1 Million. He earned the money being a professional TV Actor.
Menzi Ngubane, who plays Sibusiso Dlomo on SABC1’s Generations, is believed to have a take-home salary of about R100 000.
Menzi Ngubane News
‘I am not a grandfather’ – Menzi Ngubane clears the air
Menzi Ngubane has rubbished rumours that he is a grandfather, saying that a young girl who gave birth, reported to be his daughter, is not his child.
Menzi told Move that fake news accounts of him being a grandfather had upset his family.
“I don’t know about this whole mess. Me and the mother (his former wife, Lerato Sedibe) of the girl in the clip parted ways a long time ago.”
He said that he was happy in his relationship with his new wife, despite the usual ups-and-downs of married life.
He said he was looking forward to being on screens some more like the character of Judas Ngwenya on Isibaya. Which means more Menzi on our TV box.
“I’ve signed on for another season. I was meant to be there for one season but now I am starting my third season. That means my bosses are happy with what I am doing. I’m also happy”.
Speaking about his role to TshisaLIVE, Menzi said that his return to TV came at the right time.
“This has been brewing for a very long time. I kept saying that when the time is right I would join‚ and now the time is right‚” Menzi said.
Although he is shy to spill the tea, Menzi said that he is preparing to step behind the camera to produce shows in the future.