Here's everything you need to know about Azwi Rambuda Litelu

Azwi Rambuda, born on December 1st, 1990, is a South African actress best known for playing Mpho Ravele on Muvhango SABC2.

She is the second born of Rudzani and Sarah Rambuda. Her father is an experienced architect and her mother Sarah, is a retired teacher and ANC councillor. Azwi’s grandfather was a chief which makes Azwi a lady of royal blood together with her three other siblings.

Growing up in the royal house was normal for Azwi even though it wasn’t the usual way because her mother did not allow her and her siblings to play outside their yard. Her mother would rather buy whatever they needed to keep in the yard.

Azwimmbavhi started to see her acting traits in high school which made her to deviate from her mother’s roots of being a teacher and follow acting. She entered a talent competition and acting workshops and fell in love with the attention she got after, thus she chose to follow acting. After she matriculated, she enrolled for drama at University of KZN where she graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Drama.

Upon completion of her bachelor’s degree, she failed to land roles after auditioning for Sundani and  Rendani in Muvhango. When she was about to give up, she got a callback from the same production  company. Her first breakout role was a maine (traditional healer) Mpho Ravele on Muvhango. The character of Mpho which she portrays resembles her real life background of royalty since Mpho is married to the Chief of Thathe, Azwindini. The major difference is Mpho is a Sangoma while Azwi is a Christian in real life.

Azwi is married to Lucky Litelu, who is the founder and CEO of  ICRD Group Holdings. His company is into various businesses such as Media, professional services, cleaning technologies and Natural resource. The Muvhango actress is a mother to two children, a 12 year old and a three year old.

“Motherhood has been the best thing ever. God has gifted me with human beings to teach me about me. You learn all kind of things especially with patience, children teach you about yourself. My little boy likes to jump into the sprinklers and dance and I would get reminded that I have grown and I have
forgotten how to play and be free.” Said Azwi.


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