Fanele Ntuli Biography

A detailed Biography of Fanele Ntuli

Fanele Ntuli, born on the 7th of March, 1991, is a multi-talented personality hailing from South Africa. She has made her mark as an actress, a television presenter, and a YouTuber. She has gained significant recognition for her roles in the television serials ‘Uzalo’ and ‘Durban Gen’.

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Personal Life

Fanele’s educational journey began in 2003 when she enrolled at Durban Girls High School. She successfully matriculated in 2008. Furthering her passion for the arts, she pursued a Higher Certificate in Dramatic Studies from Oaksfields College, which she obtained in 2013.


Fanele’s career in the arts took off during her time at Oaksfields College. She showcased her acting prowess in several theatre productions. She played “Lady Mac Beth” in ‘In Love With Shakespeare’, “Nurse Coco” in ‘The Story of Jane Doe’, and “Michelle, the magician” in ‘Imagine’.

In 2015, Fanele made her television debut with a minor role as a “School girl” in the soap opera ‘Isibaya’. Her career took a significant turn in 2016 when she joined the serial ‘Uzalo’ to play the role of “Mandisa”.

Following her success in ‘Uzalo’, she became a regular cast member of the medical drama telenovela ‘Durban Gen’, where she portrayed the character “Dr Thandekile Zondo”. Currently, she is playing the role of “Nomaswazi Magwaza” on the serial ‘Uzalo’, returning to the show where she had previously played “Mandisa” in 2016.


Fanele’s body of work spans various genres and roles. Here are some of her notable performances:

  • 2022: ‘Uzalo’ as “Nomsawazi Magwaza”
  • 2015: ‘Isibaya’ as “School Girl”
  • 2019: ‘Ifalakhe’ as “Zanezulu”
  • 2019-2023: ‘Durban Gen’ as “Dr Zandile Mkhize”

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By Shamiso Miracle

Shamiso Miracle completed her degree in journalism and media studies at the University of Zimbabwe before honing her skills at Savanna News. She then went on to work at iHarare News, becoming a voice for everyday SA citizens who wanted to share their stories. When she's not writing news that entertains and inspires ,Shamiso is an avid reader and a wellness bunny.

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