There's no doubt that Leleti Khumalo is one of the most celebrated actress is not only in South Africa but the world at large. Her acting skills are unmatched as her career spans decades back. She's currently known as MaZulu on e.tv's hit Soapie drama Imbewu.
She's one of the award-winning stars and she has become one of the reckoning force in the entertainment industry.
Nobly she is known for her role in the movie Sarafina, which portrays the life of apartheid in the early years.
But now she is playing a leading role in e.tv's hit soapy, and she has won the hearts of many of her fans.
With her career span of many many years experience, man of a furnace according to my opinion have this question of how much she may be earning as talented and experienced as she is. But there's no need to panic because here today we have the answer according two reports about her salary on The popular Soapie.
We do follow them on their Instagram and Twitter pages for his book so that we can be kept up-to-date about their lifestyles and whatever they do, and this is one of those that will like to know, how much do they earn for their craft. We can all agree that the veteran actress must make it to the list of the most paid actresses in South Africa at large.
According to Zalebs media publication, currently she is one of the highest paid actresses in South Africa, and rumour has it that the actress takes home salary between R95000 and R120000 per month depending on scenes.
According to the publication, with her illustration career which has spanned four decades, the actress net worth is estimated at $800,000 as of 2021.
Source: Zalebs: Celebsnow
Source link: https://celebsnow.co.za/leleti-khumalo-2/
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