Rare Biography of Amos Mulaudzi

Amos Mulaudzi is a South African actor who presently appears in the SABC 2 drama Muvhango as Boris Mukwevho. He is also well-known in the business community and is a proponent of growth in South Africa.

Amos Mulaudzi
Picture of Amos Mulaudzi

Full Name        : Amos Mulaudzi
Date of Birth    : 21 October 1987
Place of birth   :  Venda, Limpopo, South Africa
Age                    :   33 Years
Ethnicity           : Black
Occupation       :  Actor
TV Shows          : Muvhango, Ring of lies
Nationality        : South African

Early life of Amos Mulaudzi

Amos Mulaudzi was born on 21st of October in 1987, making him 34 years old as of 2021. He was born in Vhenda, in Limpopo, that’s where he was raised. However, he currently resides in Johannesburg.

Career beginnings

Amos  plays the role of Boris Mukwevho in Muvhango, the King’s younger brother. Fans love him for his effortless display of emotions and clever tactics to dodge scandals. Besides playing Boris Mukwevho in Muvhango, Mulaudzi has featured in Ring of Lies as Hulani. Amos has appeared in Muvhango for close to a decade and on the otherhand he appeared  in Ring of Lies from 2018.

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He is also a qualified teacher

Amos Mlaudzi is a trained teacher who worked in Tshiawelo Soweto for several years before starting his own business. He is an entrepreneur as well as an executive producer at SABC. He has also worked as a coordinator for the National Heritage Council since 2008.

Amos has had problems with traffic fines

Amos Mulaudzi, the Muvhango actor, was having terrible nights due to the staggering amount of traffic fines he has racked up – all due to another motorist’s car bearing the same registration number as his.

Boris Mukhwevo or Amos Mulaudzi
Boris Mukhwevo or Amos Mulaudzi

Mulaudzi, who plays Borosi Mukwevho in the SABC2 soapie Tshivenda, said his problems began in 2007 when the quantity of tickets skyrocketed. “I began to discover that I was receiving tickets for areas I had never visited.”

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When he received a traffic ticket for being in Krugersdorp on Christmas Day in 2007, his fears were verified. On that particular day, he had spent precious time with his family at home.

He claims that Johannesburg Metro Police Chief Superintendent Wayne Minnaar advised him to personalize his license plate. Mulaudzi claims he has paid more than R4000 in traffic fines and still owes R4000 in May alone.

“Every month, I have to waste time, money, and gasoline going to sites where the clone car collects penalties to clean my record,” he claimed. His automobile was a 1997 Honda Ballade with the license plate CYM 272 GP.

“My car has mags, a spoiler, and a towbar, but the traffic department’s photo of the clone shows it doesn’t have any of these features.”

Mulaudzi should immediately report the incident to Metro police, said to spokesman Edna Mamonyane.

“We’ll waive the fines but keep the automobile in the system so we can apprehend the clone’s driver at a roadblock,” she says.

“With today’s technology, the culprit can be apprehended.”