Mfundi Vundla was born on September 10, 1946, in Western Native Township, Johannesburg, South Africa[1,3]. He was raised in a family of eleven children, with him being the sixth born[2,8]. His mother worked as a nurse, and his father worked as a clerk at Crown Mines Hospital, where they met.
Vundla is a South African film and television producer, actor, and businessman. He is best known as the founder and chair of Morula Pictures[1,3]. Vundla is also the creator of the multi-award-winning soap opera “Generations: The Legacy”. In addition to his work in television, Vundla has written two stage plays: “A Visitor to the Veldt” and “Widows”.
Mfundi Vundla is married to Karen Vundla, whom he met in 1973 and married in 1976. Together, they have one daughter named Charlie Vundla. As of 2020, Vundla had a net worth of $2 million.