Age Revealed: Generations The Legacy actor Minister Walter Nkaba is older than he looks
South African actor and presenter Nimrod Nkosi plays the role of Minister Walter Nkaba on Generations The Legacy, SABC 1 soapie opera. On Generations The Legacy Walter Nkaba is a corrupt politician who uses public office and political power to enrich himself and his associates. What’s a corrupt mind without self-destructing mind? Minister Nkaba’s tenure in office is associated with scandals, from prostitution to tender scandals.
Over the storyline, he plays cat and mouse with investigative journalists seeking to expose the corrupt government official. His association with gangster Jack Mabaso and corrupt businessman Ben Mpofu says everything about his ethics.
The Walter Nkaba role is a politician in his early forties; Nkaba’s physique and facial looks represent a middle-aged man, his acquaintance with the current fashion and technology trends attest to his age. In contrast to his onscreen age, in real life, Nimrod Nkosi is way older than Minister Water Nkaba, born on 22 March 1972; he is 49 years old.
Onset, he is a family and childhood friend of Kabisi Moroka; despite Walter flirting with Tshidi, Kabisi’s ex-wife, the pair still hold a stronger bond. His current plan to take Tshidi to Paris will reach a dead end as she pulls a no show on him at the airport.
Nimrod kicked off his career back in 1994 when he bagged a role on the drama series U Bambo Lwami, which he followed up with a role on the Afrikaans rugby drama Pale Toe.
In his debut year, he won several awards as a presenter on SABC 2 youth variety show Jam Alley, where he spent five years. His glamorous and eventful career included roles on popular drama series including Isibaya, where he played Alfred Phakathi and The Queen, where he played the role of Dlamini. His long stint with the Mzansi Magic docu-reality series Utatakho started when he replaced Zola as the show’s host in 2015.