Nkosinathi Maphalala was born on 30th March,in Pretoria which is located in Gauteng,South Africa. Nay Maps is no stranger when it comes to the public as he is famously known for the character he played on SABC1 series UZalo, he played the role of Mxolisi Xulu who was the son of Lindiwe Xulu.
Nay Maps is talented and is always expecting to face new challenges as he will come out with new solutions. He attended Sunnyside primary school and later attended Lyttelton Manor High school. After matriculation he then joined the University of Pretoria where he studied information technology,programming and software.
He use to present on lifestyle shows on channel ANN7,he was also worked in the modeling industry. He first appearance in the entertainment industry was on 2014 in Isibaya as he played the role of Tshepo. Nay Maps also possess a beautiful voice and has been singing for a while. He gained more attention when he landed on Uzalo and stole everyone's attention and heart.
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