Mfundi Vundla was born on the 10th of September 1946, in a western native township in Johannesburg, South Africa. He is a South African actor.
He founded and Chairs the television production known as Morula Pictures. Vundla is also the creator of both Generations and Generations the Legacy. He is 73 years old.
Vundla studied BA in Politics, Philosophy and English at Fort Hare University. In 1968, he was expelled for involving himself in politics as a member of ANC. He later completed his degree in Massachusetts in the USA.
The veteran got married to Karen in 1976. He worked across the USA from New York State to California, raising awareness about Apartheid in South Africa.
He returned to South Africa in 1992 and in 1993 he created Generations for SABC 1. In the early 2000s he created ‘Back Stage’ for e.TV. Mfundi Vundla has produced and directed several soapies and films in his life.
Vundla and Karen have a son called Charlie Vundla. Mfundi Vundla was once accused of being a sugar daddy, rumours he denied. His estimated networth is not known but surely he is rich.