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Sipho Ngwenya -Biography,Age, Wife ,career & Net Worth

Sipho Ngwenya
Sipho Ngwenya

Sipho Ngwenya–All about Biography,Age, Wife ,career & Net Worth.

Sipho Ngwenya -Biography,Age, Wife ,career & Net Worth

Sipho Ngwenya (born 25 July 1982) who is also known as Psyfo is a South African musician and actor popular for his role as Ajax on the SABC1 soap opera Generations, from 2006-2010.

He was born and raised in Kimberley in the Northern Cape and started his schooling at Zingisa Primary, a Xhosa school in Galeshewe.

Sipho attended Rivonia Primary School where he finished his primary school career.

  • Full Name     Sipho Ngwenya
  • Date of Birth    25th of July 1982 (38 years old)
  • Gender           Male
  • Occupation     Actor
  • Nationality      South African
  • Net Worth      $200,000


He was born on the 25th of July 1982. As of 2020, he is 38 years old.


Psyfo’s self-titled debut album hit stores in 2005 and featured prominent local artists such as MXO, Skwatta Kamp and ProVerb.

Psyfo also produced the album himself. His other album releases include Story to Tell (2004), Afterparty (2007) and Music, Love and Fame (2011).


End Game – Season 1

Generations – Season 1

Mzansi Love – Season 2 (Kasi Style)

Rockville – Season 1

Rockville – Season 2

ScreenTime with Nicky Greenwall – Season 3

Soul Buddyz – Season 1

The Close Up – Season 4

YOTV Wildroom – Season 1

Sipho Ngwenya
Sipho Ngwenya


Sipho Ngwenya, popularly known as Pysfo, has finally proposed to girlfriend Aamirah Mirah.

The music producer took to social media to share with his followers that Mirah had accepted his proposal.

The couple is currently on holiday in Zanzibar celebrating Psyfo’s birthday.

“Mate shout-out to the space for such an amazing bday gift! All I wanted was to relax a lot so she decided to take me out to the sun and blue waters,” said Psyfo before announcing their engagement.

Sipho Ngwenya: albums, songs, playlists | Listen on

South Africa’s Sipho Ngwenya is beloved for many reasons, and chief among them is the pastor’s gloriously booming voice. It is an ecstatic instrument, one that never fails to launch Mzansi audiences and congregations right out of their seats. As with most of the nation’s great gospel vocalists, Ngwenya began cultivating his talents as a child.

Born in Vosloorus township, south of Johannesburg, he split time between singing in choirs and drumming at the High Praise Centre Church, where he met a legend, Pastor Benjamin Dube, who further nurtured his love of Christ and music. In 2014, he struck out on his own, dropping the electrifying Ngingo Wakho set. Several more live albums have followed, all of them successfully capturing Ngwenya’s inimitable style: fervent worship of the Lord married to music that expertly straddles the lines between tradition and innovation. This latter quality is nearly as important as his powerful singing.

A perennial favorite like “Jesu Ufik’ekuseni” demonstrates Ngwenya’s rare gift for crafting music that boldly cuts across generational lines.

Artist’s top tracks ; Jesu Ufik’ekuseni (feat. Thinah Zungu) [Live], Sipho Ngwenya ; Linamandla (Live), Sipho Ngwenya ; Lala Honna (feat. Lydia Molise) [Live]