Thuthuka Mthembu biography, age, profile, uzalo & education

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Thuthuka Mthembu (born on 28 October 1998 in Johannesburg) is a South African actress.

She walked into the spotlight for playing the role of Nonka on Uzalo, an SABC 1 series.

She is among the ‘youngest kids’ making waves on the television industry block.

Everything fell into place for her after she landed a role on Uzalo, one of the most-watched series in South Africa, in 2018.


Thuthuka Mthembu biography
Thuthuka dressed in orange dress with a flower crown. Image: Instagram.
NameThuthuka Mthembu
Age22 years old
Date of birth28 October 1998
Place of birthJohannesburg
BirthdayOctober 28th
NationalitySouth African
Popular roleNonka on Uzalo


Thuthuka Mthembu age
Nonka from Uzalo sitting on a sandy ground. Image: Instagram.

Her date of birth is on the 28th of October 1998 and the place of birth is in Johannesburg, the largest city in South Africa. Thuthuka Mthembu is 22 years. She celebrates her birthday annually on October 28th.


The upcoming actress, Thuthuka Mthembu, had her studies at AFDA. She majored in ‘writing and directing’ at the higher institution.


Her passion for acting could be traced back to her days as a young child. As she grew, she appeared in several commercials. 

Thuthuka was able to draw inspiration from other celebrities to build her passion. 

In 2018, she got a call for a job on Uzalo after her auditions which were held a few days earlier.

She landed the role of Nonka on the award-winning show, Uzalo which walked her into the limelight.

Since then, she has captured the heart of the lovers of the show and has kept them glued to the screen.

She earlier was without the intention of acting but at the moment, she is “living her dream”.

Watch Thuthuka Mthembu play the role of Nonka on Uzalo on weekdays on SABC1 at 8:30 pm.

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