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Musa Mthombeni (top right). Photo: @YotvLive / Twitter

They were once our favourite child stars who graced our television screens and radio with their energetic personalities back in the day.

Have you wondered where they are and what are they up to? Well, they have grown to men and women who are respected in their roles.

Here is a throwback of what they used to do and what they are currently up to:

Thobi Mkhwanazi

Thobi Mkhwanazi (sitting on the left). Photo: @thobimkhwanazi / Twitter

Thobi Mkhwanazi is an actress and a presenter. According to Sowetan, she shot into the scene in 1994 as a cast member on Galooby the Dragon. The newspaper also reported that Mkhwanazi’s first acting role was on Isidingo in 1999, then she moved to become Coco on Backstage in 2003. She has also been an actress on Mthunzini.com.

Thobi Mkhwanazi. Photo: @thobimkhwanazi / Twitter

Mkhwanazi has presented television shows including the SABC 1’s X Attitude. She currently runs Zothile Media and Communication.

Sipho Sidwell Ngwenya

Sipho Ngwenya (middle on the third row). Photo: @YotvLive / Twitter

Sipho Ngwenya, popularly known as Psyfo is a former YoTV presenter. He has been an actor on Generations, End Game, Rockville and Ekasi Love Stories. He is currently a music producer and a content creator.

Sipho Sidwell Ngwenya. Photo: @SIDWELL_N / Twitter

Ngwenya is engaged to Aamirah Mirah since late last year. Judging from their social media posts, the lovebirds are a true meaning of the hashtag #LoveLivesHere.

The couple reportedly started dating in 2017 after Ngwenya broke up with long-term girlfriend Hulisani Ravele.

Musa Mthombeni

Musa Mthombeni (top right) during his YoTV days Photo: @YotvLive / Twitter

Musa Mthombeni is a radio and television presenter, and an actor. He used to be a presenter on shows including YoTV. He joined SABC 3’s Trending SA as a presenter in 2017.

Musa Mthombeni is now a qualified medical doctor. Photo: @DrMusaMthombeni / Twitter

Mthombeni is now a qualified medical doctor.


One of Mzambiya’s albums. Photo: Supplied

Nkosinathi Zwane, known as Mzambiya was only 11 years old when he joined the music industry. He reportedly sold 160 000 units of his debut album, From Zola to Hollywood at the age of 12.

Nkosinathi ‘Mzambiya’ Zwane. Photo: @realzeekode / Instagram

He now owns a company called FIVEAPRIL MEDIA. He is also a television presenter, producer and an aspiring radio host.

Salamina Mosese

Salamina Mosese (right) during her Soul Buddyz days. Photo: Supplied

Salamina Mosese is an actress, model and television presenter. She has appeared on Soul Buddyz, Backstage and Soul City just to mention a few. She was also a presenter on SABC 3’s Top Billing.

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