Khulekani Zondi


Khulekani Zondi, hailing from the province of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa, graduated from the University of KwaZulu-Natal with a Bachelor of Arts in Music (BAMUS), majoring in African Music and Dance. His performance credits include opening up for Eddy Grant, Seether, One Republic, Maroon 5 and Grammy award-winning group Ladysmith Black Mambazo.

His first debut in cinematography and editing was on the multi-award-winning feature film, “Uhlanga The Mark” (2012). Following on its success he was awarded a scholarship to study Digital Cinematography at the MetFilm School in London, UK.

Since his return he has gone onto edit several highly acclaimed feature films and television series including Netflix’s First African Original Series, “Queen Sono” (2020).

He has also recently acquired his Remote Pilot License (RPL) and is currently flying as a hobbyist whilst working towards registering for his Remote Operating Certificate (ROC).

Khulekani’s passion lies in the art of story-telling and what fuels this is his love for music and the many ways in which this can shape emotion. He always commits himself wholeheartedly to a project – he is known as a hard-working, creative, & talented individual in the Film & Television industry.