Top 10 Richest Celebrities In South Africa 2020 Revealed

 Richest Celebrities In South Africa 2020 Revealed || The South Africa entertainment industry and social scene is quite easily the biggest on the continent and compares well with the best in the world. Unsurprisingly, this has led to many people wondering how much local celebrities make.

Well, the top 10 highest-paid and richest celebrities list for South Africa is dominated by actors and media personalities. Acting pays well in Mzansi with television production houses paying R20 000 per month to newcomers. Seasoned actors with vast experience can command up to R120 000 per month.

Below are the top 10 richest celebrities list for South Africa for 2020.

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His twenty-five years of acting experience and fame make him a hot cake in the entertainment industry of South Africa; hence, he takes home a monthly salary of R100,000 to R120,000. His best films include Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom, Taxi to Soweto, and The Rutanga Tapes. He is the richest celebrity in South Africa with a net worth of almost $13 million.


Jamie Bartlett

His appearance on screen has always attracted thousands of viewers for over the thirty years that he has been acting. With a net worth around $11 million, Bartlett earns a monthly salary of around R100,000 to R120,000. He has starred alongside Idris Elba, Anjelina Jolie, and more international stars. You will hate the wicked Mike O’Reilly on Insidingo and the inhuman David Genaro on Rhythm City but love the actor behind the characters. Jamie Bartlett has an impeccable talent. He has hosted SAFTAs and Jozi-H, and he was once a judge on South Africa’s Got Talent.

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Moshidi Motshengwa

She played the role Denzela Ledwaba on SABC2 series, Zero Tolerance, so well that she broke people’s hearts when she left The River on 1 Magic. She has been in the industry for more than twenty years, and she remains the most sought after actress in South Africa. She co-starred with an American actor, Taye Diggs, in the movie, Drum (as Florence Nxumalo). No television or film production company in South Africa can have her if it is not ready to part with R100,000 to R120,000 monthly. Moshidi’s net worth is $8 million, which totals up to about R110 million.

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Minnie Dlamini-Jones

She is a renowned television host. In 2010, she presented the music show, Live Amp, on SABC 1. Mini and her husband.


Sizwe Dhlomo

In 2005, he received so much fame after appearing on MTV Base World Chart Express. He quit his career as a computer programmer to pursue a career in media. Today, he has grown into a celebrated television and radio personality in South Africa. He joined Bonang Matheba to co-host SABC 1 LIVE in 2010 and left the show in 2011. He currently works for 702.


Bonang Matheba

The 32-year-old television and radio personality hosts the famous television show, Being Bonang. If she can afford to donate 25 R2,000 vouchers for 25 needy families during the COVID-19 pandemic, you can rate her class.


Connie Ferguson

The actress has maintained her glory for 25 years. Her role as Karabo Moroka in Generations soapie made her a household name in South Africa. She worked with her husband as the co-creator and co-executive of a famous drama series named Rockville. This 49-year-old lady played the role of Mavis Mabaso in that telenovela. In 1996, she was one of the actors in the movie, Danger Zone.

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Unathi Msengana

The humble Unathi has been a judge on Idols and a host of the MetroFM breakfast show. Disney Junior hired her as a voice artist in an animated show named Doc McStuffins.


Sindi Dlathu

She got famous when she acted in the film, Sarafina. The actress knows how to wear her crown. The 46-year-old quit Muvhango to join The River (as Lindiwe Dlamini-Dikana). Her salary is approximately R85,000 a month.


Gareth Cliff

The 42-year-old TV and radio host has hundreds of supporters on his social media accounts. His career began at 702 then he moved to a breakfast show on 5FM. The show came to life when he introduced The Hollywood Report with Jen Su. During a court battle in 2016, the court papers revealed that he earned R35,000 per session, which translated into a total of R356,160 for sitting on the judges’ panel for ten sessions on Idols, a reality singing contest.

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