The South African actress Zonke Mchunu is a talented young actrice, well-known on SABC 2, the most observed soapie in Muvhango for playing the character of Imani Mukwevho. The actress was born in Maphumulo village, KwaZulu-Natal, on 12 October 1992. She is currently 28 years old and an actress and dancer and works for us in a successful entertainment company.
Her full name is Siziwe Ntombizonke Mchunu; she was raised by her mother alone, who used to work at her former high school. Her father died at the age of only 11, leaving her mom with all her responsibilities. She worked hard and relentlessly for the best of life.
Mother had to work unstintingly here to look after Zonke, she has four sisters and a brother, she's the youngest in her family. During her childhood she always played Zonje's first passionate dance, but her greatest dream was to be a most famous dancer. She was always happy, according to her dance, and she forgot all her difficulties. Her career seems to have changed and she is convinced to act. She played on several soapies in South Africa and now plays the character of Imani. She spent her whole life in KZN studying and pursuing her career in Jo'burg.
She never embraces her natural beauty and doesn't feel she needs maquillages to look and feel beautiful because she is natural to them. She's a very nice and funny actriz, I like her as a man she's acting out of character in Muvhango, but God knows I'm going to die to get skin tones like Zonke's lovely melanin. She's very special and she's also why so many people watch Muvhango if she's kind. She certainly does have an excellent acting career and we hope she will continue her dreams as one of the best dancers in South Africa.
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