Sister Nobuhle ‘Zimiphi Biyela’ from Durban Gen is a Taxi Boss in real life?
She has the plug, and her unmatched talent has managed to wow Mzansi since the medical drama series debut. The drama series has recently been a hit after recent statistics showed that it managed to pull 4.4 million viewership in September.
The wake of these daring statistics has seen Mzansi diving into Durban Gen’s cast. Of interest is Sister Nobuhle.
TV personality and Ukhozi FM radio presenter Zimiphi “Zimdollar” Biyela stars as Sister Nobuhle Nkabinde on the medical drama series.
However, the star actress got Mzansi after her side-hustle was revealed. Yes, despite being a seasoned actress, the actress is a business mogul too.
Despite having several business investments under her watch, she has proved to be a jack of all trades and master of all.
Zimiphi happens to be a taxi boss, and at the moment, she is operating in KwaZulu-Natal. The actress has at least six taxi buses that are running on various routes in KZN.
Did you know Sister Nobuhle ‘Zimiphi Biyela’ from Durban Gen is a Taxi Boss in real life?
She had this to say to the media about her cashing side hustle that has got Mzansi talking.
“I can confirm that I have taxis, but I don’t like to talk about it because as you know the taxi business has complications and a lot of uproar.
“I’m trying my luck in this business, but I will not give more details for now because I might open a can of worms.”
Her thrust into the limelight came in 2014. She made her debut on SABC1 drama sries Uzalo as Samukelisiwe Keke Nzuza. A few years she joined eHostela and then Durban Gen.
On Durban Gen, her candid character always gets her in trouble. No doubt she is that star actor we all love to hate. However, before her thrust into stardom, the actress used to do gigs on the radio.
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