Judith Sephuma Biography, age, education, Career and personal life

Judith Sephuma born 29 June 1974 is a well-known, multiplely honoured artist. She has garnered international attention in addition to national attention. She’s regarded as the Afro-Jazz queen worldwide.

Biography profile of Judith Sephuma

Judith Sephuma Biography
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Full name  : Judith Sephuma

Gender  : Female

Age : 49 years old

Date of birth  : 29 June 1974

Place of birth  : Seshego, Limpopo province

Nationality  : South African

Occupation  : SA jazz and Afro pop singer

Genres  : jazz and Gospel

Label  : Lalomba music

Instagram  : @judithsephuma

Facebook  : judithsephumaofficial

Twitter  : @judithsephuma

Early life of Judith

Judith was born on the  29 of June 1974. She was born and raised in Seshego in Limpopo province in South Africa. Her love for music started when she was young. Nothing much is known about her background like how she was raised and who raised her. We do not know  if she has siblings or not and who are her parents. [1]


After completing her studies at Khagiso High School, she enrolled in the music programme at FUBA Academy, where she graduated with a Grade 5 Music Diploma. She subsequently enrolled at the University of Cape Town in 1994, where she earned a diploma in jazz studies in 1997.

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Career of  Judith Sephuma

Judith Sephuma Biography
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Following her victory at the Old Mutual Jazz in 1999, she earned a contract with BMG’s African division. After releasing the album A Cry, A Smile, A Dance, which helped her get more recognition, she made her debut in 2001. She was announced as a choirmaster for the Mzansi Magic reality competition clash in 2012. The beauty served as a mentor to several Limpopo choirs. She competed in the fifth season of SABC2’s Strictly Come Dancing reality show as a celebrity in 2008. Eksteen Traut was her partner in professional dance. [2]

Personal life

The stunning singer-songwriter is single. Siphiwe Mhlambi, her ex-husband, and she are parents to two children together. The singer’s prior marriage to Selaelo Selato produced three additional children, nevertheless. In March 2014, Judith and Siphiwe lost their newborn daughter, who had only been alive for a month. [3]

Awards of Judith Sephuma

A summary of some of her accomplishments during her musical career is shown below:

• 1999’s Old Mutual Jazz into the Future competition awarded Best Jazz Vocalist

• The highest music award given in South Africa in 2005 for the album New Beginnings

• The album New Beginnings won the 2005 Best Female Artist award. 2005’s Best Jazz Vocal Album awards went to the album New Beginnings.


• Judith Sephuma Power of Dreams

• A Cry, A Smile,

• A Dance

• New Beginnings

• Change Is Here

• I Am A Living Testimony


• Best Of Judith Sephuma

• My Worship (Live at M1 Music Studio Johannesburg)

• The Experience (Live in Concert)

• The Essential

• One Word A Legacy – Live in Concert

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