Kenneth “Majozi” Mlambo a director/actor. Kenneth started his love for theatre while he was still in high school where he participated in Segarona Eisteddfold drama festival in 2005 initiated by the Department of Education. His passion grew when he joined Calthem production in 2006 where he was under the watch of Calvin “Gushka” Nqcaku, and Themba Ndimande. He then explored with couple plays and got cast in two Afrikaans professional shows namely: Die Agter trallies, and ‘N boer Ndebele. In the same year Kenneth participated in Mzansi fela festival development program, where they did Township fever directed by Kea Moeketsane. In 2007 Kenneth participated in Dance Umbrella program directed by Georgina Thomson. His experience grew more when he was cast in Shakespearean tragedy Romeo and Juliet directed by Clare Stopford in 2008. He then saw the necessity for him to go study what he loves, he then he enrolled with Tshwane University of Technology in 2010, where he did acted in couple of plays including Sophiatown, Mooi street moves, Battle field, Umabatha, Relocations, Animal farm and Tselani and the giant directed by Galeboe Moabi. In 2013 he adjudicated the Baswa le meetse national youth program in art category of poetry and praise singing. In 2014 he was hired as a mentor at the Tshwane University of Technology.His directing experience includes The final whistle, The Big dada, and Apple Soup.