Khumbulani Kay Sibiya who is recently gracing us on Generations the legacy on SABC 1 as Siyanda.
He joined Generations the legacy after he auditioned four times. He joined to play a role of Siyanda who is half brother to Jack Mabaso.
Khumbulani was born in Durban, KwaZulu Natal, South Africa. He is reported as father of one and his professions include modelling, tv presenter and actor. He makes his debut in acting when he joined Uzalo and plays as Ayanda. Later on lands a role in the Queen and there's been a couple of series he has been featured in to.
Kay Sibiya was first known on the drama's which airs everyday with different stories on Dstv channel 164 and 161, he was also known when he played a role of being Ayanda on Uzalo on SABc 1 airs every weekdays on 20:30 pm and as time went on he left his character on Uzalo not knowing if he migjt return.
Kay Sibiya is now an actor on Generations the legacy playing role of being a gangsters long lost brother "Jack Mabaso", Kay plays a role of Siyanda who is hungry for Jack to be destroyed.
Kay has a beautiful son with his beautiful woman, they both share beautiful memories together with their son.
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