Mbuyiseni Ndlozi Biography: Age, Education, House, Wife, Cars, Salary, Net Worth, Resignation & EFF Position
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|Stage Name:||Mbuyiseni Ndlozi|
|Real Name:||Mbuyiseni Quintin Ndlozi|
|Occupation:||Politician, Political Activist|
|Date Of Birth/Age:||09 May 1985 (38 Years Old)|
|Place of Birth:||Evaton, Gauteng, South Africa|
|Marital Status:||Mmabatho Montsho (Wife)|
|Education:||University of Witwatersrand|
Mbuyiseni Ndlozi is a South African politician and political activist. Ndlozi has been a Member of the National Assembly since 2014, representing the Economic Freedom Fighters. He served as the first official spokesperson for the party until his resignation in 2020. Fellow member of the Economic Freedom Fighters, youth activist Vuyani Pambo was his replacement after his resignation.
Mbuyiseni Ndlozi was born in the Vaal area of Evaton, Gauteng, South Africa, on 9th May 1985. He celebrated his 37th birthday on May 9, 2022.
Mbuyiseni Ndlozi attended high school in Sebokeng. In 2002, in grade 11, he was awarded the Communicator of the Year Award. In 2004, he gained admission into the University of Witwatersrand, where he studied for a Humanities degree. Later, he bagged his Ph.D. in Political Sociology at the University of Witwatersrand in 2017.
Mbuyiseni Ndlozi is a very private person. He has not only kept his personal life confidential, but he has also not shared any information about where he lives with the public. He does not share photos of his house online.
Mbuyiseni Ndlozi is happily married to Mmabatho Montsho. Mmabatho is a famous South African actress and film director. She is known for starring in and later directing the hit TV series, “Generations.” The couple is believed to have dated for many years before finally tying the knot. They are very private about their relationship. It was first made public in 2017, and fans were shocked to know they’d been together for some time.
Mbuyiseni loves to give his wife flowers for every move she makes. In February 2021, he ztook to social media to praise her after her film “Desmond’s Not Here Anymore” won the award for the best short film for change at the Paris International Film Festival. He praised her for making the country and the Black community proud. Ndlozi also praised his wife when she debuted as a painter with her first solo exhibition in 2018.
It is unknown what kind of car Mbuyiseni Ndlozi drives. He has not shared pictures of it online.
The exact amount of Mbuyiseni Ndlozi’s salary is unknown to the public. However, according to a report by Sowetan Live in June 2016, an average party member of the Economic Freedom Fighters earns R86‚120. He might also be making this amount or a little higher than that.
The exact estimate of Mbuyiseni Ndlozi’s net worth is unknown to the public. Neither he nor anyone on his team has revealed it to the public. Several media outlets estimate his net worth to be between $1 million to $ 2 million. He has neither confirmed nor denied the estimate.
In February 2020, Ndlozi announced that he had stepped down as the EFF’s National Spokesperson and would be the party’s new head of political education. He stated that he would remain a loyal member of the red berets. He said, “I’m duly elected commissar of the EFF, and I will work for this organisation because it’s the future, and no-one will stop it.”
Mbuyiseni has served as Member at Rules of the National Assembly Committees level since the 14th of May, 2015. He was the party’s spokesperson. While joining the EFF as a new MP, he said, “I am looking forward to making sure that strict accountability is revived on the executive, that Parliament returns to the people – that the people follow Parliament’s developments and that as MPs we represent the citizens and their interests well.”
“I hope in the next five years, to expose that the ruling party has no ideological framework to take South Africa beyond the political freedoms it won and that instead, under pressure from the opposition, it will start to undermine these freedoms. Above all, I want to show that an agenda, based only on seven cardinal pillars of the EFF, can take South Africa to economic freedom and sustainable development.”