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Get to know Jacob Zuma's Millionaire daughter you might do not know about, her net worth is crazy

Her name is Gugulethu Zuma-Ncube, and she was born in 1985 in South Africa.

Ex-South African President Jacob Zuma and ANC politician Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma, as well as her husband, Welshman Ncube, a member of the Movement for Democratic Change Alliance in Zimbabwe, are her parents.

Born in 1985, she is a native of Johannesburg in South Africa. In 2021, she will turn 36 years old. Zuma-Ncube was born in 1985. In 2007, she graduated from AFDA with a degree in Live Performance. During her senior year, she had a starring role in Sindiswa, which received a Student Academy Award nomination.

She met Wesley Ncube while studying in Cape Town and they got married at the end of 2008. Gugulethu has been on shows including Interrogation Room, Isidingo, and Rhythm City.

Through Nyenyedzi Productions, which she co-owns with her sisters Nokuthula Nomaqhawe and Thuthukile Zuma, she co-produced and acted in Mzansi Magic's It's for Life, a 2011 sitcom about four 20-somethings who uncover a squatter in their home.

On his official presidential Twitter account, their father promoted the show, which he was criticized for.

Stained Glass Productions, owned by Zuma-Ncube and Kobedi "Pepsi" Pokane, produced Uzalo for the SABC1 channel.

Mzansi Magic's Isibaya telenovella telenovella, which it was designed to compete with, was South Africa's second most popular television show. With her sister Thuthukile, she worked in Luthuli House, the African National Congress's headquarters, in 2011.

The South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) and the eThekwini Metropolitan Municipality (EMM) awarded Zuma-Ncube contracts totaling R167 million and R8 million, respectively, in 2015 and 2016.

Gugulethu Zuma – Ncube and her sister Thuli Zuma manage Durban Gen and Uzalo through their co-owned production company Stained Glass TV.

Gugulethu The long-running Generations of Mfundi Vundla was dethroned as South Africa's most watched soap by Zuma Ncube, the reigning queen of soapies, who was an active collaborator and executive producer in Stained Glass productions.

It's estimated that she's worth $2 million.


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