Mbali Ntuli, South African Politician Biography, Age, Husband, DA & More

Basic Information

Stage Name: Mbali Ntuli
Real Name: Mbali Ntuli
Occupation: Politician
Date Of Birth/Age:
Place of Birth: Durban, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa
Gender: Female
Nationality: South African
Marital Status: Married (to Sandile Hadebe)
Education: Rhodes University

Mbali Ntuli Biography

Mbali Ntuli is a South African politician and one of the prominent members of the Democratic Alliance, a party she aligned with more than a decade ago.

Born in Durban, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa, to a father called Big Ben Ntuli, reportedly the founder of the KwaZulu-Natal Taxi Association, Mbali Ntuli attended Wykeham Collegiate boarding school in Pietermaritzburg and Rhodes University, where she obtained a Bachelor of Social Science degree.

Her interest in politics caught fire pretty early and she joined the Democratic Alliance (DA), rising through the ranks and occupying some important positions, including KwaZulu-Natal Legislature. Along the way, she was also picked as the DA’s Provincial Campaign Director (PCD)


Mbali Ntuli was born in 1988, which makes her 35 years at the time of writing. She celebrated her birthday in March.


Marriage is one institution many people would like to experience. However, for one reason or the other, some people don’t get to experience it. Mbali Ntuli is on the “lucky” side, as she has a husband. Sandile Hadebe is the man Ntuli calls her husband. The two have been married for years and currently have a daughter.


At the time of writing, Mbali Ntuli was known to have just a daughter named Sarabi YithiAmahlubi Hadebe. She was born back in 2019 and brought great light to the couple’s relationship. Mbali has a wonderful relationship with her daughter and often notes that little Sarabi brings her so much joy.

DA & More

Mbali Ntuli is one of the politicians with longish history with the opposition Democratic Alliance (DA). As far back as 2008, she was already a member of the DA and graduated from its young leaders’ programme.

In the same year, she had become the DA’s principal youth chairperson in KwaZulu-Natal. Two years later, in 2010, she would snag the role of chairperson at the Federal DA Youth. In the next two years, between 2011 and 2012, she would become a Councillor for the Community of Inanda, eThekwini Municipality, and DA Youth Federal Leader.

The politician believes that community leaders are the spine of the country, picking up where the government has failed. She encourages young people to get involved in the process.

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