Television personality and businesswoman who found fame as the host of the pioneering South African lifestyle program Top Billing. She later became the editor-in-chief of Top Billing magazine and began serving as the President of the Business Women's Association of South Africa.
She grew up selling sandwiches at soccer matches to help support her family. She attended Thabisang Primary School.
In 2004, she was names as one of the 100 Greatest South Africans by the television series Great South Africans.
She married businessman Romeo Kumalo, with whom she has children named Bontle, Nkosinathi and uShaka.
She partnered with actress Salma Hayek to fight childhood tetanus as a spokeswoman for the United Nations Children's Fund.