Phindile Gwala

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Phindile Gwala
Born 12 June 1990 (26)
Durban, South Africa
Nationality South Africa
Occupation Actress, Model, singer
Years active 2003 (present-)
Television See below
Partner(s) Itumeleng Khune (2014-2016)
Parent(s) See Gwala family

Phindile Nocxy Gwala[1] is a South African actress from Durban. Phindile is a half Zulu and Xhosa singer back stage with Kim Kardashian, and Kanye West.

In her first[2] modeling appearance which took place in The Bay which is now Port Elizabeth. In another X! film which was placed by Aul'i Cravalho, on The Princesses Stone in New York.

Early life[change | change source]

In 1992, Phindile was born in Pretoria, South Africa, and moved to Port Elizabeth. Gwala is one of South Africa's favourite actresses. She attended Victoria Woods High School before he met his uncle Mvezu Gwala. Phindile is the niece of Harry Gwala, popular South African-African Politician like Nelson Mandela, Robert Mugabe, Thabo Mbeki and Walter Sisulu. After 5 years she took part on Bold and the Beautiful as guest actress for Taylor Swift and Rihanna

Private life[change | change source]

Personal life[change | change source]

Gwala posted a picture of her on Facebook saying that My Booty ain't fake you Nigga, Gwala got a reception of followers and views for her post.

Career[change | change source]

Modeling Career[change | change source]

Phindile[3] started modeling, with Charlize Theron and Priyanka Chopra, backstage in India and in England. The year 2007, Phindile lost hope after she lost as Miss World in China. Her modeling career affected her acting career, and left it to be an actress.

Acting Career[change | change source]

Her fist debut as actress on the very own The Princess and the Frog, as Tully with Leleti Khumalo and Abigail Kubeka. And after that she acted on Muvhango as Nonny.

Phindile then took debut with South African president Jacob Zuma, and is awarded for her best film supported. She the joined the very own Uzalo and Vaga the same time as Basta and Zekhethelo on season 2.[4] She also acted on The Gods Must Be Crazy a South African-Botswanaian film that was created by Jamie Uys In 2004, Ms. Gwala started dating John Depp and got married to him. Later he divorced the actor to Itumeleng Kune. She started actressing with American television actress Charlize Theron, in the film I was Born to Be Bord.

Singing Career[change | change source]

The actress started singing with Nicki Minaj, Thando Thabethe and Drake, with there own beat called 'Never Lie To Your Love 1' and in 2016 the song got 15 million fans in the world.

Music Discography[change | change source]

  • Never LieTo Your Love 1 feat. Phindile, Nicki and Drake (Awarded)
  • One Love feat. Mampitsha and Phindile
  • We Africa feat. Emtee

Television[change | change source]

Accolades[change | change source]

  • South African Film and Television Awards
  • Best Actress Uzalo

References[change | change source]

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