Bahumi Madisakwane Mhlongo (born February 9, 1995) is a South African media personality and actress. She is the only daughter of the television presenter and actor Somizi Mhlongo.
The 28-year-old entered the media industry like her parents. Somizi and his baby mama guided and supported Bahumi as she journeyed into the industry.
Bahumi Mhlongo appeared in the 2019 biopic The Lebo Mathosa Story as young Lebo Mathosa. Though she is the daughter of the legendary television personality Somizi, she is making a name for herself.
|Full Name:||Bahumi Madisakwane Mhlongo|
|Born:||February 9, 1995 (age 28 years old)|
|Education:||B. Com Law Degree|
|Occupation:||Actress, media personality|
|Parents:||Somizi Mhlongo and Palesa Madisakwane|
Bahumi Mhlongo was born on February 9, 1995, in South Africa. She comes from a family of entertainers.
Her father, mother, and grandparents are veteran personalities in the entertainment industry. Madisakwane has been in the limelight all her life.
Mhlongo studied in primary and secondary schools in South Africa. After matriculation, Mhlongo received a scholarship to The New York Film Academy for a Film Producing degree, but decline and went into Law.
Bahumi Madisakwane is a multifaceted personality like her parents. She is an actress and media personality and entered the movie industry in college.
In 2017, she landed the role of a supporting character Zola in the SABC2 telenovela Keeping Score. She played the starring role in the first African biopic by BET Africa, Dream: The Lebo Mathosa Story, in 2019.
Mhlongo has featured in her the reality show Living the Dream with Somizi.
Bahumi suffers from a rare condition, lymphoedema, which causes the affected region to swell. This long-term condition can affect any part of the body, especially the arms and legs.
The actress did not hold back from what she wanted in the industry. Although, she is the daughter of prominent media personalities.
Her parents, Somizi Mhlongo and Palesa Madisakwane are both notable personalities. Her father is a reality television star, presenter, and choreographer. He rose to prominence in 1992 for appearing in the musical film Sarafina!
Bahumi’s mother is also a television personality and actress. She anchored the now defunct news channel African News Network 7.
When her father married the entrepreneur and model Mohale Motaung, she did not get an invite. She gate-crashed the ceremony but became emotional when she saw how happy her father was to be in love again.
Bahumi Mhlongo is a devoted Christian. She shares posts on Biblical quotes, spiritual memes, personal beliefs, and inspirational quotes.
Bahumi Mhlongo received a Chevrolet as a birthday present from her father, Somizi. She was so happy and took pictures of her new ride on social media. The actress has also rocked other luxurious cars like BMW.
The young actress has garnered a decent fanbase across many social media platforms. Mhlongo documents aspects of her life, short skits, and short stories in the future on her YouTube Channel.
Her popular Instagram account has over 555,000 followers. She shares pictures of herself, works, travels, and an expensive lifestyle.
Mhlongo runs a Youth MC’ing Department at Rhema Bible Church. She has motivated and assisted underprivileged schools through her school outreach program.
Bahumi Mhlongo has continued to focus on her career to earn more fortune. Though she does not speak about her financial value, The Saga has valued her possessions to get her net worth. She is worth US$550,000 as of July 2022.