Simphiwe Dana is a South African Xhosa singer song writer and a bit of jazz combination and tradition in her music. She was born on the 23 January 1980. She’s 40 years and she’ll be turning 41 years of age on the 23 of January.
Simphiwe Dana biography profile summary
Real Name : Simphiwe Dana
Gender : Female
Date of birth :23 January 1980
Place of birth :Johannesburg, South Africa
Education :Wits Technikon
Age :40 years old
Nationality :South African
Occupation :Song writer, singer, record producer
Label :Gallo Records Company, Universal
Instagram : Simphiwe Dana @Simphiwedana
Net-worth :$1 million
Simphiwe Dana date of birth
Simphiwe was born on the 23rd of January 1980. She was born in Johannesburg South Africa. She’s 40 years old and she’ll be turning 41 years of age on the 23 of January 2021.
Simphiwe Dana education
Simphiwe attend her high school days at Vela private school in Mthatha where she finished her grade 12 in 1997. She then attended her varsity days at Wits Tecknikon Johannesburg. She successfully obtained National Diploma.
Simphiwe Dana early life
Simphiwe was born on the 23 on January 1980 in Gcuwa(Butterworth) in Transkei in the Eastern Cape, South Africa.
Simphiwe Dana came from a religious background with her father being a preacher and she grew up in the house of the Lord showing her talent of music in both chora and gospel forms.
Simphiwe Dana had come to the closest announcing that she’s gay and she’s getting married. She announced that she was planning to get married to Pumeza Matshikiza and international opera singer based in Berlin,Germany.
She posted this on Twitter and her followers applauded her for taking a bold move but other were unimpressed at all. Zhe posted and the captioned went as follows”i know coming out means Africa will block me, but after a lot of thinking I’m ok withit. I’m marrying a woman and I have never been happier. I’m gay”
Simphiwe sang in a small lubs of Johannesburg, where she began attractions and it was 2002 by then. Simphiwe made a major impact in 2004 by releasing Zandisile. The album sold very well and won several awards because of the album including SAMA awards.
Simphiwe Dana linked to singers such as Miriam Makeba and Dorothy Masuka. The depth of her musical portrayals is such that had drawn approval from an older generation of South Africa.
Simphiwe Dana maintained a strong presence with a constant radio play and her live appearance at key national events such as Arts Alive in the Capetown international Jazz Festival and the standard bank joy of jazz. Here are some of simphiwe Dana’s songs
1 Bantu Biko Street
11Ndize Mama Tata
13 Chula Ukunyathela
Simphiwe Dana net-worth
It is estimated that Simphiwe Dana’s net worth is $1 million