The South African actress and choreographer Hlengiwe Lushaba is best known for stepping in for Mbali Ntuli in the third and fourth seasons of the SABC1 drama series Gaz’lam as Khetiwe.
She is also well-known for appearing in the SABC1 reality show Life’s a Stage, which follows the Trapped cast as they visit the Grahamstown and Saltzburg theater festivals.
Biography of Hlengiwe Lushaba
Full name : Hlengiwe Nokulunga Lushaba Madlala
Date of birth : 3, April 1982
Place of birth : Durban, Kwa-Zulu Natal, South Africa
Education : Durban University of Technology
Height : 1.62m
Occupation : Actress and Cheoregrapher
Known for : Gazlam
Net worth : Unknown
Nationality : South Africa
On April 3, 1982, Lushaba was born in KwaMashu, Durban, South Africa. Her mother, a pastor and counselor by the name of Khosi Lushaba, is named. On the other side, her late father was a businessman and preacher who represented iJuba.
Her family includes several children than her. The beauty comes from a large family that includes musicians, businesspeople, teachers, nurses, and doctors. Regrettably, we don’t know what their names are. She chooses to disclose little information about her family with the world, unlike other celebrities. 
Her brother was shot by the apartheid police and died as a result. He had a serious injury that left him permanently crippled. However, he finally passed away, leaving their family without him.
Lushaba was raised in a household that was pious. Preachers were her parents. She spent the most of her childhood actively taking part in church activities. She’s lived in Johannesburg since 2004.
She experienced an unusual childhood. She wanted to work in television, acting, and singing when she was younger. The successful American singer and songwriter Cindy Lauper served as the inspiration for her musical aspirations. Thankfully, some of her aspirations came true, and as a result, she became famous.
Education of Hlengiwe Lushaba
Lushaba is not only gifted and gorgeous, but she is also intelligent. She received her primary education between 1987 and 1993 at Daluxolo Primary School, Primary School in Eshowe, Gezinsila, and Whetstone Primary Grade in Durban.
She continued her secondary schooling in 1994 at Our Lady of Fatima High School in Durban, where she took her exams in 1998. She also attended Natal Technikon, currently known as the Durban University of Technology. She earned a diploma in theater studies in 2001. 
Hlengiwe has a distinguished career in addition to being a mother and a wife. She has been wed for some time. Her husband’s name has not yet been determined. On her Instagram account, one can locate his images, though.
Three daughters and one son make up the couple’s four children. 2001 saw the birth of the first child, and 2011 saw the birth of the last child. Hlengiwe is the kind of woman that every man would love to marry, based on the compliments she gives her spouse on social media. She always has admiration for her spouse.
Career of Hlengiwe Lushaba
Since she was five years old, she had been drawn to theater performances. When she entered grade 10, though, she resolved to concentrate on art. Since then, she has developed into one of South Africa’s top performers, touring the globe. Since she was five years old, she had been drawn to theater performances. When she entered grade 10, though, she resolved to concentrate on art. Since then, she has developed into one of South Africa’s top performers, touring the globe. 
Her efforts have not gone unnoticed. She has received recognition for her stunning performances on occasion. The following are a few of Hlengiwe Lushaba’s honors:
-Standard Bank Young Artist Award for Dance (2006)
-MEC Choreographic Award for Outstanding Original Work (2006)