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Ntombi Ngcobo Mzolo

Full / Real Name: Ntombi Ngcobo
Born: 17 December 1984 (34 years old)
Gender: Female

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Ntombi Ngcobo Mzolo is a South African singer, television presenter and actress best known as a member of the Maskandi group Amaponi, which was formed in 1998 with her three siblings: brothers Nkosinathi and Jabu and sister Vuyisiwe.

She is best known to television viewers for hosting the SABC1 music show One. She also hosted the SABC1 educational shows Backyard Science and Science 4 Life.

In 2010 she launched a solo music career with her album African Sexy, which featured the single Amakhosikazi.

In 2012 she had a cameo role as a pregnant woman in the David Kau comedy film Taxi Ride and had a role in a short telefilm called Baby Come Duze, which aired on Mzansi Magic, in which she plays the character of Nthabiseng, a girl who uses muthi to try and get her boyfriend, Nelson, to fall madly in love and propose marriage.

In 2013 she was the host of the SABC1 documentary series Come Again?, in which she visits places with unusual names to find out the stories behind the names and experiences more about the places that bear them. Later that hear she began hosting the eKasi+ music programme Gumba Gumba, which was renewed in 2014 and broadcast on e.tv as well.

Ntombi is the daughter of musicians Bheki Ngcobo, aka Ihhashi Elimhlophe, and Linah "Ebony" Khama. She married filmmaker Sizwe Mzolo on 22 August, 2009.


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