Lungile Radu profile

Lungile Radu biography, age, wife, profile, education & presenter

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Lungile Radu (born 25 January 1975 in Soweto) is a South African actor and presenter. He is popular for appearing on Channel O Kasi 101, Oboma, Set I Off, and Shout It Out 1&2.

In 2000, the popular television presenter enrolled at King Edward High School. His career on television dates back to his adverts for Fanta, Standard Bank, Omo, and Nando.


Lungile Radu biography
Lungile Radu is a popular South African actor and presenter.
NameLungile Radu
Age46 years old
Date of birth25 January 1975
Place of birthSoweto, South African
NationalitySouth African
WifeBobo Makgoro
BirthdayJanuary 25th
EducationKing Edward High School
ProfessionActor, presenter


His date of birth is on 25 January 1975 and the place of birth is in Soweto, South Africa. Lungile Radu is 46 years old.

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Lungile Radu got married to Bobo Makgoro. The couple cemented their union in a wedding that took place in Johannesburg, South Africa in 2014.

He saw his wife, Bobo, first in a school debate and that was when he fell in love with her. Yea! love at first sight is real. His wife was also impressed with him and their love journey started.

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He never fails to mention that his wife has been with him since the beginning of his career and even stood by him during tough times in his career and life. The couple is blessed with a baby boy.


Lungile Radu age
Lungile was the host of The Voice South Africa, an M-Net reality competition (2016).

In July 2007, Lungile made his first appearance playing the role of “Rich Boy” Sibusiso Vilakazi in Rhythm City, an soap opera.

In 2012, he starred in the reality series Vuzu Forever Young and was the director, producer, and creator of the show. 

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In 2013, Lungile quit the soap opera Rhythm City following ‘conflicting work commitments’.

In 2014, he was named the new host of Big Brother Mzansi, an M-Net reality competition that returned to the air after a 12-year absence. 

He also was the host of The Voice South Africa, an M-Net reality competition in 2016.

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