Noxolo Mathula talks about the importance of working at Uzalo and it’s a goal she is striving to reach

Noxolo Mathula talks about the importance of working at Uzalo and it’s a goal she is striving to reach

Uzalo’s Noxolo Mathula has revealed what she does on the side and fans couldn’t be any more proud. The actress has only recently bought an R1.8 Million house. But before that, she bought herself a car.

Noxolo Mathula talks about the importance of working at Uzalo and it's a goal she is striving to reach

After rolling up her sleeves and acquiring herself and her family a house, many trolls questioned how she could afford a 1.8 million house, from just an actor’s salary. Some pulled up files of her standing beside former president Jacob Zuma, assuming that Noxolo is his niece.

Noxolo has recently revealed to her followers that she runs a food business ‘Hotdogs By Noxolo’ where she sells a spread of hotdogs, where customers also can get a bonus deal, an image together with her.

Her business started off during lockdown where various industries including the show business were crippled by the economy coming to a standstill. Before production could resume, Noxolo started her hotdog business and operates around Durban.

The actress believes pride and embarrassment could lead to people not getting any income if they permit such to happen.


The 26-year-old Kwa-Mashu born actress who stars as detective Lily on the Kwa-Mashu hit drama series Uzalo has made an enormous name for herself. Her powerful acting skills and effervescent demeanor have made her one among Mzansi’s favorite characters on Uzalo.

She re-affirmed that dreams are valid and has taken to social media to announce her milestone, writing “Black child it’s possible!” as her caption. The starlet is reaping the rewards of her diligence and there’s clearly more to return, as she is about making more of her dreams a reality.

It seems as if our ZAlebs is watching other business ventures to sustain their careers. aside from being a West Ink boss, Mampintsha has also started his own food business called Emakhishini. He has flooded his Instagram wall with pictures of the various cuisines asking people to support local also adding his contact numbers. His food business Emakhishini is predicated in Elmont.

Showing his growing business and therefore the support from Andile Mpisane, he posted a video thanking him for purchasing 40 plates of food.
Noxolo Mathula talks about the importance of working at Uzalo and it's a goal she is striving to reach
The muso has also announced that he is going to be launching his own brand of gin, Original Shandis Gin. Taking to his Instagram, Shimura posted a video saying his Original Shandis Gin is going to be dropping in December and asked his fans to support him as he elevates his hustles. He did mention that he’s still within the process of performing some final mixes before the ‘big’ launch.