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Mzambiya

Full / Real Name: Nkosinathi Zwane
Born: 1986
Gender: Male

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Mzambiya (real name Nkosinathi Zwane) is a South African kwaito artist and television presenter who rose to fame in 2000 with the single Mele Senzeni, although he is best known for his hit song Jersey Number 10.

In 2014 he joined the SABC1 music and dance show Jika Majika as a presenter.


Television Roles

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Contestant - Himself

Presenter - Himself (as Nkosinathi Zwane)

Presenter - Himself (as Nkosinathi Zwane)

Himself

Himself

Himself (as Nkosinathi Zwane)


LATEST ARTICLES

New on TV today: Saturday 19 June

Comedy Central puffs a Time Traveling Bong and Coast Australia returns to BBC Earth.


My Identity Teasers - July 2021

Neil and Avni follow a winding path of finding each other but at the end of the path they part ways.


Binnelanders Teasers - July 2021

Gaby and Tertius are at loggerheads.


New on TV today: Friday 18 June

Netflix showcases The World's Most Amazing Vacation Rentals as Laugh in Your Language returns to S3.


Recap - Survivor SA: Immunity Island Episode 3

An alliance ends in tears and bikinis are back. Includes a colour chart of switched tribes.


Gomora 2 Teasers - July 2021

Gladys is between a rock and a hard place. Also, Melusi makes a decision.


Family Secrets Teasers - July 2021

Series finale! Anami and Ladoo at gunpoint. Also Anami decides to tell Satrupa about her parents.


Getroud met Rugby Teasers - July 2021

Season 5 finale! Season 6... here we come... Fafa’s rock band performs for the first time.


Stiletto Vendetta Teasers - July 2021

Mehmet is determined to find out who Arzu's mystery man is.


New on TV today: Thursday 17 June

Returning shows include Sistas on BET and Black Summer on Netflix.

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