|Birth Date||:||30 March 1970|
|Birth Place||:||KwaMashu, South Africa|
Leleti Khumalo is a South African actress known for her leading role in the movie and stage play Sarafina! and for her roles in other films such as Hotel Rwanda, Yesterday and Invictus, as well as the soap opera Imbewu: The Seed where she plays Nokubonga “MaZulu” Bhengu.
Africa United [22 October 2010 (United Kingdom)]
Three Rwandan youngsters travel to an audition for the football World Cup opening ceremony, but when their journey takes an unexpected turn, the trio find themselves in grave danger.
Cry Of Love [Faith Isiakpere]
Talented teens explore their musical gifts in Johannesburg's African Performing Arts Centre school.
Cry, the Beloved Country [15 December 1995 (USA)]
Reverend Stephen Kumalo (James Earl Jones) is a back-country Zulu preacher in South Africa. When his son (Eric Miyeni) is accused of robbery and murder, Kumalo journeys to Johannesburg, where he is helped by a local priest (Vusi Kunene). He eventually meets James Jarvis (Richard Harris), the father of the murder victim, who is a prominent white supremacist. However, they discover common ground, and their mutual respect becomes a symbol of apartheid's eventual demise.… MORE
Faith's Corner [18 November 2005]
A woman and her two young sons, who live on the streets of Johannesburg as she works a busy street junction begging from passing motorists.
Free State [29 April 2016 (South Africa)]
Love battles oppression and racism. A white woman and an Indian man begin a forbidden love affair during the Apartheid era.
Hotel Rwanda [22 December 2004 (USA)]
Paul Rusesabagina, a hotel manager, leads a happy life with his wife and children in Rwanda. He displays immense courage by saving the lives of many helpless refugees during a communal war.
Sarafina! [11 May 1992 (France)]
Sarafina (Leleti Khumalo) is a young black South African struggling for freedom during the apartheid. While she has remained relatively silent in her opposition of the racist government in her country, the movement to make the language of Afrikaans the official language in her school leads her to protest in the streets with her fellow students. Her anti-government views become even more intense when her favorite teacher (Whoopi Goldberg) is arrested for protesting.… MORE
Uma Incrível Aventura [Debs Paterson]
Voices of Sarafina! 
This documentary profiles a troupe of South African teenagers who, under the direction of writer-lyricist Mbongeni Ngema, stage the Broadway play "Sarafina!" Scenes of the play alternate with interviews with the performers as they tell their own stories of oppression and deprivation suffered during South Africa's apartheid years. The actors' spirits are lifted when they meet the legendary singer and social activist Miriam Makeba, who was once exiled from South Africa.… MORE
Winnie Mandela [2011 (South Africa)]
The life of Winnie Mandela, from her childhood through her marriage and her husband's incarceration.
Yefon [Kevin Natera ]
Yesterday [13 June 2002 (South Korea)]
On a mission to rescue a kidnapped official, a cop (Kim Seung-woo) and a profiler (Yunjin Kim) uncover a plot to turn people into killing machines.
- 30 March 1970.
- KwaMashu, South Africa.