Uyanda Mbuli Biography
Uyanda Mbuli born Uyanda Barbara Sibiya on 29th December 1978 in KaNyamazane, Nelspruit (Mpumalanga) in South Africa. She is a former model, fashion designer, marketer, and actress.She is a member of the Gauteng Film Office Board.
She was a publicity and events manager for South African broadcaster SABC 1 but quit in June 2006 to pursue a career in acting and business.
Uyanda Mbuli Education Background
She attended the Guardian Angels Catholic Girls School. Later she graduated from the University of Western Cape with a Bachelor’s Degree in Commerce. She studied Project Management at the University of Johannesburg. She has a diploma in Sales & Marketing Management from Damelin College.
Uyanda Mbuli Career
She won the Miss Cape Town 1996 pageants and in 19997 she won the Miss Mpumalanga Province pageant. In 2005 she was a contestant in the Mrs. Globe 2005 pageant, coming sixth overall out of 37 contestants.
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She was a host of the Kora All Africa Music Awards 2006 and a South African host of the 2006 Daytime Emmys.
Uyanda Mbuli Acting
She made her acting debut when she played the role of Nomonde on the SABC1 drama Tshisa.
In 2007 she played the role of Stephanie Hall, a young lady that comes to New York to pursue a career as a musician but ends up as a back-up dancer for a hip hop group in the musical comedy Underground Music.
In 2008 she was one of the celebrity contestants on the fourth season of the SABC 2 reality dancing competition Strictly Come Dancing. Her professional dance partner was Ryan Hammond.She was the third celebrity voted out of the competition (on 21 February), after losing a dance-off against actress Brenda Ngxoli in Episode 4.
- People’s Choice Awards
- Contestants’ Choice Award
- Motivator of the year award.
Uyanda Mbuli Age
She was born on 29th December 1978 in KaNyamazane, Nelspruit (Mpumalanga) in South Africa. She is 40 years old as of 2018.
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She got married to Sisa Mbuli in 2002 and they got a son in 2003, Landa. However the two divorced years later.
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Uyanda Mbuli Net Worth
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Socialite Joyce Molamu found guilty of defaming Uyanda Mbuli
Source: The Citizen
South African TV star, Uyanda Mbuli has finally won a drawn-out court case that found her rival, Joyce Molamu guilty of defamation and crimen injuria.
This saga began in 2017, when Joyce Molamu accused Uyanda Mbuli of having an affair with her (Joyce’s) boyfriend at the time. In retaliation to the believed affair, Joyce Molamu went on to leak Uyanda Mbuli’s contact details to the public before accusing the presenter of having a relationship with her partner.
Molamu took to Facebook to air several frustrations, when she claimed that Mbuli had stolen her “businessman boyfriend” King Maseko. Molamu also labelled Mbuli a “stupid b****” in a series of fiery posts.
Uyanda did not take these accusations lightly and in July 2017, she opened a case of crimen injuria against Molamu at the Midrand police station. At the time, she demanded a written apology through her legal team. The matter made its way to court and after hearing both sides of the story, the judge found Joyce Molamu to be guilty of all accused charges.
The decision was made at the Midrand Magistrate’s Court on Thursday and a relieved Uyanda Mbuli affirmed that justice had been served.
She spoke to the Sowetan and said: “It’s difficult to clear your name, especially to people who don’t like you, and I think it’s okay for certain people not to like me but for those who support me, believe me and emulate what I do and see me as a role model, I really have to step up and make sure they have the accurate information,”
According to reports, Joyce Molamu continues to deny the allegations. She is due in court on the 14th of March for sentencing.