Real life facts about Imbewu’s Khuzwayo’s twin stars Nokwanda and Nokubonga Khuzwayo. For the longest time, they have confused many viewers of the popular drama. Nokubonga and Nokwanda Khuzwayo have us glued to our screens every weekday.
Here are real life facts you didn’t About Imbewu Twin Stars Nokwanda and Nokubonga Khuzwayo.
Nokwanda and Nokubonga Khuzwayo were born and bred in Umlazi, KwaZulu-Natal. The twins were born 5 minutes apart, but both declare themselves older than the other.
After finishing school at Umlazi Comtech they didn’t know what they wanted to do so they enrolled at Coastal KZN TVET College, a technical school that focuses on commerce.
Nokwanda worked as a waitress in Durban, while Nokubonga worked at a call center in Mount Edgecombe to help their widowed mom raise 5 girls. The two inseparable twins quit their jobs and opened a salon at home a move meant to enable them to focus on their acting, dancing, and singing talents. In 2003 they participated in a play called Madiba’s Magic Song, which they performed at the Grahamstown Arts Festival.
Fascinating Facts you didn’t About Imbewu Twin Stars Nokwanda and Nokubonga Khuzwayo.
They have traveled the world as part of the Lion King international tour. Nokwanda was based in Brazil and Shanghai, while Nokubonga was based in Las Vegas, Hamburg, London, and Taipei.
Although the two are identical, they have different personalities, Nokubonga is outgoing and a talker, while Nokwanda is quieter.
Nokwanda became pregnant in her 20s and had to take a break from acting to raise her baby. Unfortunately, she lost her baby two days after giving birth.
After the untimely death of her baby, Nokwanda is trying to get back to her feet again, and surely many awaits for her return.
Currently, on Imbewu: The Seed, Nokubonga Khuzwayo brings to life the character of Zakithi Bhengu, on the free-to-air channel, eTV. Her role is usually an uptight and tough cookie, and as a result, the fairer sex is terrified of approaching her with romantic intentions. But in real life, her baby daddy clearly didn’t find her as intimidating as her on-screen character on Imbewu.