Simphiwe Majozi biography, age, profile, real wife & education

Simphiwe Majozi (born in the 1980s) is a South African actor. He is known to many television viewers for his portrayal of Sbu on Uzalo.

His ‘sweet and sour’ persona has made him capture the heart of the lovers of the show.

His funny-tug personality coupled with his punch lines has made gained him the heart of the viewers.


Simphiwe Majozi biography
Simphiwe Majozi is a South African actor popular for his portrayal of Sbu on Uzalo.
NameSimphiwe Majozi
Date of birthIn the 1980s
OriginMtwalume KwaZulu-Natal
NationalitySouth African
Popular roleSbu on Uzalo
EducationMarketing management
Alma materUniversal College Outcomes
GirlfriendKekeletso Mahlelebe


Simphiwe Majozi age
He hails from Mtwalume, near Port Shepstone on KwaZulu-Natal’s South Coast, South Africa.

His date of birth is in the 1980s and is a native of Mtwalume, near Port Shepstone on KwaZulu-Natal’s South Coast, South Africa.

Real wife

Simphiwe is dating Kekeletso Mahlelebe, an Elundini local municipality DA Councilor. They have been a couple for thirteen (13) years.


After he completed his matric, Simphiwe enrolled at Universal College Outcomes, Pietermaritzburg. He studies marketing management at the institution.


Simphiwe Majozi career
Debut performance in theatre in a musical by Bheki Mkhwane.

He had his first performance in theatre in a musical by Bheki Mkhwane.

Simphiwe also features on Kwasuka Sukela, a play by Mike Mvelase, popularly known as Khapela from Generations.

He is an actor by profession and plays the role of Sbu on Uzalo. The character is a young hooligan who hails from KwaMashu.

His main profession is hijacking cars and other criminal activities. Simphiwe was to appear in one scene, but the producers of the show had to create a role for him.


The Uzalo star actor is the last born child of ten (10) children. Mxolisi Majozi, his brother, is the manager of Lady Smith Black Mambazo, a Grammy award-winning group, and his mentor.

His late father was a pastor, he grew up in the church with his siblings. His ‘love for arts’ started in the church as he sang and took part in plays.

Music career

During the Covid-19 lockdown, the Uzalo star used the opportunity it created for him to kick-off his music career.

He released a song he wrote last year as a Covid-19 awareness song. He titled the song ‘Nizobona Ngomophu’ which could be translated to ‘You will reap what you sow’.

The song received positive feedback from the members of the public.


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