In this post, we bring you complete information about Leleti Khumalo’s net worth. We’ll consider her source of income, salary, assets, businesses owned, career and many more.
Who is Leleti Khumalo?
Born 30th March 1970, Leleti Khumalo is a South African actress and media personality. She is well known for her leading role in the movie and stage play Sarafina!.
Her love for acting originally started at a very young age by joining a youth backyard dance group called Amajika.
In 1985 she auditioned for the Mbongeni Ngema musical which is now known as Sarafina!.
Khumalo has also starred in several films such as Hotel Rwanda, Yesterday and Invictus, as well as the soap opera Imbewu: The Seed where she plays Nokubonga “MaZulu” Bhengu.
In 1993, Khumalo released her first album, Leleti and Sarafina. She currently plays Mazulu on e.tv’s Imbewu.
She is one of the most popular and influential actresses and media personality in South Africa.
She gained prominence for her leading role in the movie, Sarafina!.
Leleti Khumalo Net Worth
Her net worth is approximately US$600,000 as of 2020. Her major sources of income are from the acting career and other undisclosed sources.
Leleti Khumalo Businesses and Assets
She gained ambassadorial deal gigs with top brands in South Africa. See the list below.
- ambassador of hope for KZN youth
- vitiligo awareness ambassador.
Family and Personal Life
Leleti is presently married to Skhuthazo Winston Khanyile. She has two children, one from her former marriage and the other from the current.
Achievements and Awards
Due to her outstanding performance and contributions to the industry, she’s had several awards, accolades and recognitions. See the full list of awards bagged by Khumalo below.
- 1988 Tony Award nomination for Best Actress in a Musical
- In 1987 Khumalo received a NAACP Image Award for Best Stage Actress.
- Khumalo was nominated for an Image Award
- nominated for a 2005 Academy Award in the category “Best Foreign Language Film”
- In 2015 Leleti was invited to Zanzibar Island, Tanzania, as a chief guest of the famous African film festivals known as the Zanzibar film Festivals, for its 18th anniversary celebrations.