Mampintsha Biography, Net Worth, Age, Career, Songs, And Cause Of Death

Mandla Mampintsha
Mandla Mampintsha

Who Is Mandla Mampintsha?

Mandla Maphumulo, better known as Mampintsha, is a 40 years old South African music producer born in Umlazi, KwaZulu-Natal, on 18 July 1982. As a famous music producer, he has worked with many musicians in South Africa in producing songs. 

Mandla Mampintsha Age

Mampintsha died at the age of 40.

Mandla Mampintsha Early Life

Mampintsha was born in Umlazi, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa, on the 18th of July 1982.
He grew up with his parents before moving out of town to spend some time in Jo’burg and Durban.

Much is not known about how he spent his childhood. Mampintsha has not discussed about his siblings, and he has not disclosed the identity of his parents. His mother’s name is Zama Gumede.
He was a lover of music from a young age, and this has added to his achievement as he started early.

Mandla Mampintsha Education

Mampintsha has severally talked about how he began his music career, but he has never disclosed which school he attended as he pursued his career.

Mandla Mampintsha

It is assumed that he would have done his elementary and high school education in South Africa, but no one is sure about his university education.

Mandla Mampintsha Career

In 2002, Mampintsha started making music after he established the popular kwaito group named Big Nuz. Members of the group include Mampintsha, Mzi Tshomela, and the late Sbu Khomo. All of these people in the group are intimate friends of Mampintsha who have known each other from Umlazi. So, in search of a good offer and possibilities, the group members moved from Johannesburg to Durban.

They were not able to get any satisfactory offer despite their talent and hard work until 2004 when they got an invitation from Gallo Records. They released their first album titled Zozo under this record label with Kid Mokoena. However, the album was not popular, and they could get much recognition or sale from it.

Mandla Mampintsha

They dropped their second album tagged 2nd Round Knockout in 2008 under a new label Afrotainment. They recorded a very successful sale of twenty thousand copies which showed their music acceptance. They also got the Metro FM award for Best Kwaito.

Their song was nominated at the 2008 Channel O Awards, and also, a track in the album titled Uyoysholo Wena received a nomination for the Song of The Year at 2008 SAMA. They released another great album titled Undisputed immediately after recording great success from their last album.

To enhance tremendous prestige and acceptability, they worked with DJ Fisherman and DJ Tira. This Undisputed album earned them the Album of the Year Award at the SAMAs, and a song from the album titled Umlilo received the award of the Song of the Year award. The group did not stop being together until 2011 when they dropped another album, Pound for Pound.

In the year 2013, they dropped Made in Africa, and in 2015, they released the album titled For the Fans on the day R Mashesha (one of the band members) died. The album was dedicated to “Mashesha,” the group member.

The album won the Best Kwaito album and Best Group of the year. The group members also dedicated the awards to their deceased members. In 2018, Mampintsha dropped his solo studio album titled Gentle Don EP.

Mandla Mampintsha Personal Life

Mampintsha was dating Babes Wodumo (Bongekile Simelane), a South African artiste. Apart from their love affair, he was her manager.

However, there was an assault allegation that emerged on the internet and social media, which led to the break up of the partners. Babes Wodumo took the assault evidence and uploaded it on social media, which led to Mampintsha’s arrest by the police.

The case was withdrawn after a series of mediation, and he was released from police detention, but the relationship failed to get back to normal.

Mandla Mampintsha Albums

  • Zozo, Big Nuz
  • 2nd Round Knockout, Big Nuz
  • Undisputed, Big Nuz
  • Pound for Pound, Big Nuz
  • Made in Africa, Big Nuz
  • For the Fans
  • The Gentle Don Ep (solo)

Mandla Mampintsha Songs

  • Wololo (ft Babes Wodumo)
  • Amaketanga
  • What Time Is It
  • Mercedes (ft Babes Wodumo)
  • Umphabazo (ft Babes Wodumo)
  • Joburg
  • West Ink Banger
  • Thana Hhosh
  • S’yaba Thandazela
  • AmaBenjamin (ft Naak MusiQ)
  • Umcimbi Wethu
  • Otshwaleni (Babes Wodumo)
  • Ung’dunure

Mandla Mampintsha Net Worth

Mampintsha as an aged musician and record producer has been making a lot in the music industry as a result of his talent. Mampintsha’s net worth is estimated to be worth $500,000.

Mandla Mampintsha Death

Mampintsha was rushed to Durban Central’s Durdoc Hospital after being taken to a hospital over the weekend. Gqom The South African explains that the deceased musician may have suffered from a stroke.

FAQs About Mandla Mampintsha

Who Was Mampintsha?

Mandla Maphumulo, better known as Mampintsha, is a 40 years old South African music producer born in Umlazi, KwaZulu-Natal, on 18 July 1982.

How Old Was Mampintsha?

He was 40 years old when he died.

What killed Mampintsha?

The veteran singer and record producer died of a stroke.


In conclusion, Mandla Maphumulo, also known as Mampintsha, is a highly respected and successful music producer in South Africa. With over 40 years of experience in the industry, Mampintsha has made a name for himself through his work with numerous musicians in the country.

His talent and dedication to his craft have made him a well-known and admired figure in the music industry. It is clear that Mampintsha’s contributions to South African music will continue to be felt for years to come.

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