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This Is How Much Durban Gen Actor Dr Lindelani Zulu Earns

Dr Lindelani Zulu

Of late, he has fast become one of Mzansi’s most celebrated star actors. Best known for his unmatched talent on Muvhango, Mike Ndlangamandla is winning big. In the SABC 2 Venda drama series Muvhango, the actor starred as Pastor Max. However, he is currently making all sorts of headlines as Dr Lindelani Zulu on etvs medical drama series Durban Gen. Like those before him, the fast-rising actor push into fame came when he bagged a gig on Isipho as Teboho.

Since then, he has been winning big. The 32-year-old was born on 8 July 1990 in Piet Retief Mpumalanga. He rekindled his craze of acting when he visited the SABC studios and discovered that acting was his passion. In the wake of his visit, he joined a casting agency, and he later enrolled at the DNA academy at Johannesburg Theatre.

However, onset the cheerful actor plays Dr Lindelani Zulu, stirring confusion in Dr Mbali’s head. Of late, he rekindled his love with Mbali after the death of Subusiso.

As if that’s enough, he is running the show as he is in charge of the hospital. His talent has seen him attracting several roles of late, but it seems as if he’s tied to his Dr Zulu on-screen character. A few weeks ago, he saw himself trending after he was spotted in an R12million Porsche Carrera. However, social media was set ablaze after the viral pictures flooded social media. Many questions have been asked if the car belongs to him or not, given that it was once spotted on Durban Gen-set.

In the mix of things, Mznasi connected the dots. Yes, of late, Mzansi has been wondering how much the star actor takes home to maintain his soft life. For his Dr Zulu on-screen character, the actor is rumored to be getting around R65 000 per month. Dr Zulu take-home salary has seen him being part of the most paid cast on Durban Gen. Well; one should note that actors’ salaries are not fixed, and salaries are determined by time on scenes, role relevance and experience.