Simphiwe Majozi is a South African actor and has stepped into the limelight for portraying the comical role as Sbusiso “Sbu” Rememberance Makhathini on Uzalo.
The actor is not only funny on the screen but drops viewer-loving ‘punch lines’. He is among the viewers-favorite actors on television at the moment and has made himself ‘a name’.
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The Uzalo star rather keeps his private life out of the public eye and maintain a ‘low key’ lifestyle. Judging by his looks and stature, Simphiwe Majozi has been estimated to be over 35 years old.
The Uzalo star Simphiwe Majozi is in love with Kekeletso Mahlelebe, Elundini local municipality DA councilor.
Sunday World reported that he is ‘head over heals in love’ with Mahlelebe.
His lover is from Mount Fletcher, Eastern Cape. Sources also reported that since he found love with her, he was a different man.
“He is so in love. Before Simphiwe met Kekeletso, he was all over the place, just like the character he plays in Uzalo.
“But after he met her, he has outgrown all those kasi tendencies and behavior. I guess Kekeletso came into his life at a right time,”
He is popular in the comical role he portrays as Sbusiso “Sbu” Rememberance Makhathini in the SABC1 drama series. Uzalo aired every Mondays to Fridays at 20:30 pm.
The character he portrays on Uzalo and his personality, in reality, are two sides of a coin. He is an organized person in real life.
He lost his mother during his days in primary school, his brother took up the parental role from then.
Simphiwe studied Marketing in higher education.
Simphiwe is an actor on the SABC1 television series, Uzalo. The character is a young thug who hails from KwaMashu.
His involved in hijacking cars and other criminal acts from which he earns a living.
As an actor, he has also featured the play ‘ Kwasuka Sukela‘ by Mike Mvelase a.k.a. Khapela on Generations.
Simphiwe was to appear on a scene on Uzalo, but the producers of the show were impressed with his performance and created a role for him.
The actor decided to try music during the Coronavirus lockdown that hit the country.
Majozi finally had enough time to drop the song he penned down last year. He made the release it as an awareness song against the pandemic.
He titled the song, “Nizobona Ngomophu” translates to You will reap what you sow.
Many seem to love the song as it received positive feedback from the members of the public. With the impressive responses, he is pushed to work on releasing his first album.
In the song, he tried to make people realize that the threat is real and encouraged people to wear masks and stop moving around.
Outside the television screen, Majozi is a public relations consultant for Ladysmith Black Mambazo.