Sign in
Download Opera News App

News Entertainment


Gossip Celebrity


List of South African celebrities who studied in Zimbabwe

Themba Ndaba

Themba Ndaba is most popular for his on-screen character on Mzansi Magic's theatrics series The Queen as Uncle Brutus. The carefully prepared entertainer did his essential in the mid 1970s before he enlisted at St Mark's High School back in Mbabane, Swaziland.

Nonetheless, of interest is that he went to additional his examinations at then Harare Polytechnic in Zimbabwe. The carefully prepared entertainer graduated with a Higher National Diploma in Business Studies with a differentiation in financial matters and measurements. He assisted his investigations with a Theology Diploma in Leadership and Life Training (Cum laude) with Unisa.

Tendai Mtawarira

Tendai 'Monster' Mtawarira will go down in the set of experiences books as one of the most incredible with regards to rugby. He has been one of the gem Mzansi brags around with. Be that as it may, in the blend of things, maybe he was brought up in Zimbabwe prior to changing his citizenship to South Africa.

He was conceived on1 August 1985, in Harare, Zimbabwe. Monster proceeded to learn at Churchill School before he was offered an extraordinary grant with Peterhouse Boys High School in view of his unrivaled rugby abilities.

After his stretch with Sharks, Home Affairs Minister Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma offered him South African citizenship. However, he went down in the set of experiences books as the most covered prop in South African history and the third most-covered Springbok ever behind Victor Matfield and Bryan Habana.


It's of interest that the observed DJ and Kalawa Jazmee Records troublemaker grew up and had his schooling in the second biggest city of Zimbabwe, Bulawayo. His dad was an observed Zimbabwean government official Esaph Mdlongwa, and then again, his mom was South African Emily Sophia Molifi.

Notwithstanding being brought into the world in Brits, South Africa, Oskido experienced childhood in Zimbabwe just to get back to South Africa after High school.

Sophie Mphasane

Sophie completed her secondary school in Zimbabwe. In any case, she sought after her displaying vocation at a halfway house in Eastlea, Harare, Zimbabwe. In any case, this was in an offered for her to improve schooling since South Africa was in politically-sanctioned racial segregation time.

Source: soapieteasers

Content created and supplied by: Live-Breaking-News (via Opera News )

Harare Mtawarira South African Themba Ndaba Zimbabwe


Load app to read more comments