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Who Is South African Actor, Andile Ncube? Explore His Married Life, Dating, Kids & Net Worth

Andile Ncube

Andile Ncube is an Actress and TV personality best known for his work on The X Factor South Africa in 2014 and Young Famous & African in 2022.

He is also active on Instagram and has 191K followers and 197 followers with 560 posts. His username on Instagram is @andilecube.

Who Is Andile Ncube? Wiki, Age & Height

Andile Ncube is a South African TV personality and producer born on 4 October 1981 in Gauteng province, Johannesburg, South Africa. He is a member of the Zulu ethnic group and has a nationality of South African.

Andile is currently 40 years old as of March 2022, and his birth sign is Libra. He stands at the height of 

Who Are Andile Ncube Parents?

He has not disclosed information about her parents in media but revealed her sibling’s identities. His brother’s name is Sabelo Ncube, and his sister is Sisi Shirelle, a popular South African model.

When Andile was 12 years old, his parents got divorced. 

Who Has Andile Ncube Previously Dated?

Andile Ncube had dated many famous names and models. He was in a relationship with former Generations star Katlego Danke and Rosette Mogomotsi. Andile Ncube also had a baby daughter named Gaby with Rosette Mogomotsi, a South African model.

He had also dated a South African Socialite, Sebabatso Mothibi. They had dated in the year 2018 and welcomed a child with her. Andile confirmed their relationship by posting a video with her on his Instagram. 

Is Andile Ncube Still Married With Ayanda Thabethe?

Andile was known for being in a relationship with a South African personality from Yellowwood Park in Durban, KwaZulu-Natal named Ayanda Thabethe.

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The pair got engaged to be married in 2013 with a traditional ceremony called umembeso held in Yellowood Park. Andile reportedly presented Aynda’s family with gifts as per the tradition.

The coulpe had fellow celebrities attend their wedding. Some of them were Somizi Mhlongo, Akhumzi Jezile, Musa Mthombeni, Walter Mokoena and David Kekana.

They also held a low-key private marriage ceremony in Kempton Park, Johannesburg, Gauteng.

Why Did Andile Ncube & Ayanda Thabethe Splits?

Andile and Ayanda became the most loved celebrity couple in South Africa, but they ended their marriage with divorce. As per different sources, Andile cheated on Ayande, resulting in their amicable split.

After their split, Ayanda dated Zulu Mkhathini for two years quietly before making their relationship public. However, they ended their relationship later.

Andile was involved in controversies where he was accused of having a gay affair with Sunday world journalist Theo Nyhaba.

Who Are Andile Ncube’s Kids?

Andile Ncube is a father of a beautiful daughter and a son with different mothers. He had a daughter named Gaby with model Rosette, and he often posts about his children on his Instagram.

Andile had also posted about his two daughters on his Instagram, writing a sassy caption, “They say we should never seek validation, they must not have daughters.”

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He also welcomed his second child, a son, with his lover Sebabatso Mothibi. Sebabatso also has a daughter from her previous relationship.

Andile posted about his son’s 1st birthday on his Instagram on 14 December 2021, asking his followers to wish his son a Happy 1st birthday.

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What Is Andile Ncube’s Net Worth?

Andile Ncube has an estimated net worth of $1.5 million as a television personality and TV presenter. He is considered one of the most successful and sought-after TV presenters of South Africa. 

When Did Andile Ncube Start His Career?

Andile Ncube started his journalism career when he was a student at AFDA, and he had a chance to host a music show, One, in 2003 for SABC. He also worked as the host of Soccer 411 on SABC sport and Laduma television shows. He also became a sports broadcaster during the 2010 FIFA World Cup hosted by South Africa.

Some of his works are hosting for the South African version of the globally renowned TV competition, X-Factor on SABC 1.