Azwindini Mukwevho is one of the most well-known, loved and admired characters on the popular South African television drama series Muvhango. Azwindini Mukwevho is the ancestrally chosen and rightful chief of the Venda village Thathe in Venda, his reign lasted many years despite being challenged and getting overthrown at some point the throne ends up being rightfully his.
The Azwindini character has over the years gained fans for his smooth leadership skill as chief of Thathe but also gained some haters because of his promiscuous ways toward his wife (s). The man behind the Azwindini character has been doing so for the past 21 years, since the year 2000.
But who is the man behind this great Venda chief Azwindini Mukwevho. His real name is Gabriele Temudzani and he is married to Refiloe Temudzani, the two tied the knot in 2013. Gabriele was born on the 10th of February 1980 and is 40 years old.
Over the years as the onscreen character grew the man portraying the character grew too and is now a father in real life too. His growth has been tremendous over the 21 years.
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