10 Interesting Facts about House of Zwide’s Wanda Zuma (Nkosi Zwide)

10 Interesting Facts about House of Zwide’s Wanda Zuma (Nkosi Zwide). He is among young South African actors making their mark in the industry. Wanda Zuma started making waves back in 2018 and his star continues to shine brighter every day. He is an actor, writer as well as director. Learn more about the talented Zuma from the 10 facts below.

1. 29 year old Wanda Zuma was born and raised in Durban.

2. He matriculated from Grosvenor Boys’ High School in 2009 and studied Performing Arts at Creative Arts College, graduating in 2014.

3. Zuma appeared in the television films Love and Maskandi and Young Adults, which were part of SABC1’s NFVF Youth Films initiative.

4. A lot of people started to notice him when he debuted on television as a hit-man in an episode of the SABC1 soapie Uzalo that aired on January 23, 2018.

5. On January 2019, year Zuma bagged a recurring role as one of Jama’s (Wiseman Mncube) crew on the Mzansi Magic drama series eHostela.

6. Later that year he played the role of Mthunzi in the e.tv soapie Imbewu in an episode which aired on 4 June, 2019 (Season 2, Episode 37). He returned to the role in Season 4, in 2021.

7. He followed this up with a recurring role as Detective Mthaka on the final season of the Mzansi Magic soapie Isibaya, first appearing in Season 8, Episode 60, which aired on 26 June, 2020.

8. Zuma landed his first starring role in television when he was cast as Nkosi Zwide, Faith, on the e.tv soapie House of Zwide, which replaced long-running soapie Rhythm City on 19 July, 2021.

9. On the show Nkosi is eye candy – every woman’s dream man – but he has demons. He sees himself as successor-in-waiting to his father, but doesn’t have an artistic bone in his body to drive the business.

10. Zuma is also a writer and also a film director. He has written two award winning Theatre plays, Mind Games and Black Collar. They were both successful and he got awards for that

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