Sibongile Khumalo (born 24 September 1957) is a South African opera and jazz singer. She grew up listening to and singing opera, oratorio and the classical art song, and these are genres that she still loves to interpret and perform.
Sibongile Khumalo Age
In 2009, Khumalo was honoured by Rhodes University in Grahamstown, South Africa, by being awarded a Doctor of Music honoris causa.
She has also been awarded honorary doctorates by the University of South Africa (Doctor of Musicology Honoris Causa) and the University of Zululand (Doctor of Philosophy Honoris Causa).
At the age of 24, she headed the music department The Federated Union of Black Arts and started performing seriously in 1992. Her first album entitled Ancient beginnings was recorded in 1996.
Khumalo made her debut appearance at the Luanda International Jazz Festival and also performed at a South African embassy National Day event in Kampala, Luanda. She was contracted to be contracted to be the Musical Director, composer and arranger for the AFCON 2013 opening and closing ceremonies
In 2013 she has been recognised by the Naledi Theatre Awards with a Lifetime Achievement Award
Sibongile Khumalo Albums
- Ancient Evenings, 1996
- Live at the Market Theatre, 1998
- Immortal Secrets, 2000
- Quest, 2002
- Sibongile Khumalo, 2006
- Greatest Hits, 2009
- Sibongile Khumalo Live, 2009
- Breath of life, 2016
Sibongile Khumalo Net Worth
She has an estimated net worth of $500 000 which she has earned from her successful career.