In Pictures, Uzalo actor Kwanda ‘Sandile Mfusi’ is a multi-millionaire in real life; 2022 net worth revealed
Sandile Mfusi, a South African actor and rapper who plays the role of Kwanda on Uzalo, is a wealthy and a millionaire in real life. Living his life as an artist didn’t withhold Sandile’s childhood ambition to make it in life as a businessman and become a millionaire.
Kwanda on Uzalo
Sandile is not new to telenovelas as he previously played roles in The Queen and Isibaya. In Uzalo, he plays the role of Kwanda, a charming, handsome and well-groomed young man who is after Nonka’s heart. While concealing his ulterior motives, Kwanda mistakenly hooked Nonka’s friend Hleziphi into believing he was after her. In a tale of events coincidence, Hleziphi continued to budge into Kwanda’s plans with Nonka making life difficult for her friend and the handsome charmer. After confessing his love to Nonka, Kwanda suffered instant rejection and was embroiled in the case of saving her friendship and following her heart.
“Kwanda declares his feelings for Nonka, but she clarifies she’s not interested.” – Uzalo Teasers Episode Tuesday 19 April 2022- Episode 32.
Popularly known as Masandi in the music circles, Sandile rose to fame after joining a hip-hop outfit called Niche Fam. When he left the group in 2013, he launched his solo career and became a global hit. He has since gone on to work with Big Nuz, Gemini Major, Aewon Wolf, and Captain Blu (Nigeria) and has shared stages with American rappers Rick Ross, Lil Wayne, and Trey Songz.
Sandile Mfusi’s business and net worth in 2022
Business Administration graduate, Kwanda is an entrepreneur in real life; he is a formidable force in LP gas retailing and owns various depots across KwaZulu Natal. Sandile earns more income from retailing industrial and domestic gas and accessories than his craft. In 2022, he is valued at R35.8 million and earns an estimated salary of R21 000 on Uzalo.
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