S’busiso Romeo Nkosi, often known as Sbu Nkosi, is a professional rugby union player who represents both the South African national team and the Bulls in the United Rugby Championship. Nkos is frequently used as a winger. He is regarded as one of the most well-known athletes in South Africa and is known for his blazing speed and superior on-field skills.
Biography of Sbusiso Romeo Nkosi
Full name : Sbusiso Romeo Nkosi
Gender : Male
Age : 27 years old
Date of birth : 19 January 1996
Place of birth : Barberton, South Africa
Nationality : South African
Education : University of KwaZulu-Natal
Height : 1.81 m
Occupation : Rugby player
Networth : R1 million
Early life of Sbu Nkosi
On January 21st, 1996, Romeo S’busiso Nkosi was born in Barberton, South Africa. He turned 26 on January 21, 2022, the day following his birthday. Although nothing is known about his parents, Sbu Nkosi seems to be connected with them.
Beginning in December 2022, three weeks after the Rugby star had vanished (and after his club had reported him missing to the authorities), he was found in his father’s house. He reportedly withdrew to his father’s house in Emalahleni, Mpumalanga due to the mental strain of his work. His father was helping him get better. In a press statement, Sbu’s father reportedly said, “This is my kid, not a Rugby player.”
Sbu told News24, “I’m lot better. Even if I find it difficult to speak much aloud, things are improving. There has only been a load of mental pressure. I was only trying to maintain my composure. That has been difficult. I’ve reached the point where I must choose the demands of the rugby player over those of the other individual.
Sbu and his Father
He said, with reference to seeing his father, “I just needed time.” I’ve basically been curled up in a ball with my dad all day, and he’s practically been controlling my mental state.
“I am not special, outstanding, or distinct in any way. It has to be given a little more attention, regardless of where you are in the hierarchy, in my opinion. Every day is a rollercoaster. It can take some practise for the boys to manage the emotional turmoil that comes with both good and bad situations.
Education of Sbu Nkosi
Sbu Nkosi attended Barberton High School before being transferred to Jeppe High School for Boys. He also enrolled at the University of KwaZulu-Natal to further his study.
Information about Sbu Nkosi’s romantic connections has been kept confidential. He might or might not be seeing someone at the moment. However, he has shared photos of his daughter on social media. Sbu Nkosi is 181 cm tall. At 5′ 11″, he is a tall man.
The precise estimate of Sbu Nkosi’s net worth is unknown to the general public. Neither he nor any of his teammates have made any note of it. He has endorsement arrangements in addition to his professional rugby union career.
Along with well-known corporations demonstrate that he has a large cash reserve. Several media outlets estimate his net worth to be between $1 million and $2 million. This estimate has not yet been verified.
Nkosi began his career in 2012, when he was called up by a local Pumas team to represent them at the Under-16 Grant Khomo Week event. He made three appearances. While attending Jeppe High School for Boys, he was a member of the Golden Lions’ Under-18 Craven Week team.
In 2013, he scored a try in the tournament’s unofficial final in Polokwane, but his team lost 29-45 to Western Province. He eventually moved to Durban to play for the Sharks. In the 2015 Under-19 Provincial Championship, he made eleven starts for the Sharks U19 team.
He earned 15 points in six outings for UKZN Impi in 2016. Later, he played for the Sharks and scored 35 points, which was less than his Currie Cup total of 55 points. He has also represented South Africa Under-20, appearing three matches and collecting zero points. He is now linked to the South African national squad as well as the Bulls in the United Rugby Championship.
During the playoffs, he guided his South African squad to a 48-18 victory over Namibia’s Welwitschias. He also helped South Africa’s rugby side qualify for the 2016 World Rugby Under-20 Championship, where they finished fourth.
Sbu Nkosi is on Instagram @sbu_nkosi14 and has posted nice pictures there of him playing rugby. Sbu Nkosi have 436 posts with 102K followers and he’s following 2218. He is also on Facebook as Sbu Nkosi.