Steve Hofmeyr Biography
Steve Hofmeyr was Born 29 August, 1964 in Pretoria, South Africa. He is a South African Singer, Songwriter, Actor and TV Presenter, married actress Natasha Sutherland. In 1998, during set of Egoli(Place Of Gold), Steve met this his heart beat who he married, they are blessed with two sons. Though Steve has other three children from other women.
On 12 May, 2011, Hofmeyr released the lyrics to his new song called “Ons sal dit oorleef”, which means “We will survive this”. In 2011, he made public that he supports the Afrikaner advocacy group “Expedition for Afrikaner Self-Determination”
On 19 December, 2013, Hofmeyr was arrested in Bronkhorstspruit for over-speed driving
Steve was the Artiste who did the former South African anthem “Die Stem” but was seriously criticized after the anthem. at a cultural festival known as Innibos in Nelspruit in July 2014. He went on to perform the anthem on international tours, and encouraged white South Africans to continue singing it, stating that it did not contain any form of hate speech.