Luthuli Dlamini is a well-known actor in the South African entertainment industry. He was known as Advocate Zulu on Uzalo, but when controversy surrounded him, people referred to him as Stan Nyathi. In addition to the tales mentioned above, Luthuli was featured in a great many others from South Africa. In addition to those, he employs the Temp, Rockville, and Generation pushas. The talented actor started his professional performing career when he was just nine years old.
Because of his name and the roles he portrays on television, many individuals were under the impression that Luthuli was originally from South Africa. Luthuli was born on March 13, 1966 in the city of Bulawayo, which is located in Zimbabwe. After coming to England with his parents, he quickly became completely fluent in the English language. After finishing his education in Zimbabwe, Luthuli started his professional life in that country before moving to South Africa to finish his career there.
People generally concluded that he was from South Africa based on his name and surname because Dlamini is a surname that is prevalent in Kwazulu-Natal, which is a province in South Africa. Fans started fighting when they found out his nationality because they couldn’t believe he was from Zimbabwe. They couldn’t believe he was from Zimbabwe.