Khanyi Mbau Biography, age, net worth, boyfriend, brother, daughter, wiki

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Who is Khanyi Mbau?

Khanyisile Mbau also known as Khanyi Mbau is a famous South African TV host, on-screen character, and radio character. Brought up in Soweto, Mbau rose to boundless unmistakable quality and turned into a commonly recognized name as the second Doobsie in the SABC2 cleanser musical show Muvhango (2004-2005); as Mbali in the SABC1 cleanser musical drama Mzansi and SABC1's scaled down series After Nine. She is as of now the host of The Scoop which debuted on July 12, 2017, on SABC 3.

Short Biography: Khanyi Mbau

Name: Khanyi Mbau

Other Name (Nicknames): The Queen of Bling, Khanyi Mbau

Date of Birth: October 15, 1985

Age: 32 years old (in 2017)

Birthplace: Soweto, South Africa

Zodiac Sign: Libra

Nationality: South African

Ethnicity: Zulu

Height: 5' 2" (1.57 m)

Weight: N/A

Body Measurements: N/A

Profession: TV actress, Model, Socialite, Skheshekheshe, Izondo, Ubobalela

Net Worth: $10 million

Albums: Khanyi Mbau

TV Shows: Katch It with Khanyi

Early/Personal life

In 2005 Mbau was in a romantic relationship with ex-boyfriend and also an ex-husband Mandla Mthembu, previous richierich obben Island Inmate who was 50 years of age who is also a father of a daughter named Princess Mthembu who was conceived by Khanyi Mbau. They did their wedding back in 2006 in the month of July.After a year that is in 2007, the couple reported that they were living separated after the South African Music Awards occurrence at Sun City which included Mandla Mthembu blaming Khanyi Mbau for disloyalty and gold digging. In 2007 the couple reconciled.

In 2008 the reports of money related turmoil start to rise in the wake of deferred installments of Lamborghinis, warrant of arrest for Mandla Mthembu after he purportedly neglected to pay support for his two little girls with Dolly Matshabe, his previous wife. In 2009 the duo officially got divorced.

Career and Education

Khanyi Mbau rose to notoriety in 2005 when she displaced Lindiwe Chibi as Doobsie on SABC 2's Muvhango. Lindiwe Chibi was shot and fundamentally harmed at the time. Her stay was fleeting as she was terminated on the show purportedly to party excessively and negative attention. It is additionally asserted that she was terminated for leaving while the show was recording for the Middle East.

In 2006 she was a cast member for the second period of SABC 1 series 'Mzansi. She supplanted Lerato Moloisane who played the character of 'Mbali' in the primary season. Although the show was not renewed for the third season, she was terminated professedly to be truant without clear out. In the same year, she showed up on the TV series, 'The Lab'. In 2008 she showed up amid the third period of 'The Lab'.

In 2007, she was cast member from SABC 1 show 'After 9' as Zee. In 2008 she was given a role as drove in the South African movie, Kabelo's Fortune, and was later let go for not appearing on set.

In 2011 she was an individual from the third period of the truth indicate 'Tropical Island' which occurred in Phuket, Thailand and was facilitated by DJ Fresh and Lalla Hirayama. In 2012 she was the visitor judge of the second period of 'Turn It Out' that publicized on SABC 1.

In 2013 she featured in a scene of e.tv's treasury drama series, Ekasi. She was highlighted on DStv's Mzansi Magic scaled mini-scale, Like Father like Son as Sindisiwe Sibeko. She additionally featured on e.tv's treasury drama series, Mzansi Love: Ekasi Style as Kgomotso.

In addition, she also guests featured on SABC 2's sitcom Skwizas, she featured in the Vuzu TV ironical comic drama Check-Coast as Lerato Moloi advertisement featured as Lebo Kgosi in a scene of on e.tv's anthology series, Mzansi Love: Big City Love.

Family life

Khanyisile Mbau was conceived at Florence Nightingale Hospital in Hillbrow in Johannesburg on the night of October 15, 1985. It seems like she is only a child of her parents and she has no other siblings like brother or sister. Her mom, Lynette Sisi Mbau, was a 25-year-old corporate climber working in the back bureau of the annuity subsidize at Barclays Bank. Mbau's dad Menzi Mcunu was not married to her mom at the time as the couple was just dating. Mcunu had no claim to the tyke yet he named her: Khanyisile, one who brings light. Mbau kept her mom's surname. Lynette soon left child Khanyi in Mofolo with her parents, Soweto and came back to work. Her grandma basically raised her.

Mbau's grandparents were extremely Western by their dressing sense and from the eyes, they saw the world. Khanyi stated, "Gladys (her grandma) would you be able to on the off chance that you broke the standards. She ran her family unit with the etiquette and scrupulousness of Buckingham Palace". Mbau affectionately alluded to her as the Queen of England.

Relationships, Affairs, and dating

In October 2009 Mbau was in a romantic relationship with 51 years of age development big shot Theunis Crous who had recently gotten her a BMW Z4.Then after a year, In January 2010, Theunis took a break from the relationship and reclaimed his BMW Z4.

Later, Mbau got together with Tebogo Lerole in July 2014 and they are still attached in the midst of gossipy tidbits asserting that the duo is putting on a show to be as one.

Net worth and Salary

Mbau, the versatile personality is determined towards her career. She is a hardworking lady and her net worth is speculated to be $10 million.

Wiki and Facts

Mbau was also the contestant on a Season of South Africa's Strictly Come Dancing reality ability program. An artist and a TV character Mbau, who is fund of luxury cars, released her presentation music collection in 2010. She featured in her initially highlight film Happiness is A Four-Letter Word in 2016. Mbau was recently detected with cervical cancer. Moreover, in her new look now, she is a contemporary of kindred South African TV character Cariba Heine.

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