Buhle matriculated from Graeme College in 2009 and moved to Port Elizabeth to further his studies in Sport Management. He completed the course Cum Laude in 2012 and went on to complete the CIES / NMMU Executive Certificate in Sport Management in 2013, also Cum Laude. He is currently completing his BTech in Sport Management.
As an athlete, Buhle competed in the 100m and 200m sprinting events, representing Eastern Province Athletics. In 2012, his career as an athlete came to end after suffering a hamstring injury. He served as an NMMU Athletics Club Committee Member (2010 – 2014) and NMMU Athletics Club Head of Biathlon (2012 – 2014).
He has previously been employed as a Mentor at Thuthuka Wellness from 2013 until 2015. He is currently a Contractic Lecturer in Sport Management at NMMU and is also the NMMU / CIES / FIFA Executive Programme in Sport Management Administrative Co-Ordinator.
Buhle has been coaching athletics since 2014, having been a Sprints Coach at TJ Athlete Management until April this year. He has a passion for all sports, but currently mainly soccer (due to networking and job) and athletics, mainly youth development in the sport. He enjoys being active, may it be working out in the gym or outdoor activities.