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[2].

Vundla is a South African film and television producer, actor, and businessman[8]. 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”[4]. In addition to his work in television, Vundla has written two stage plays: “A Visitor to the Veldt” and “Widows”[4].

Mfundi Vundla is married to Karen Vundla, whom he met in 1973 and married in 1976[7]. Together, they have one daughter named Charlie Vundla[7]. As of 2020, Vundla had a net worth of $2 million[6].