Khanyi mbau shows man how she's enjoying her new relationship
Who is Khanyi Mbau?
Get to know her life:
Khanyisile Mbau was brought into the world on October 15, 1985. Her mom, Lynette Sisi Mbau, worked in the account branch of the annuity reserve at Barclays Bank. Her dad, Menzi Mcunu, was not hitched to her mom at the time as several wires just dating. Manu had no case to the youngster except for he named her all things considered: Khanyisile, one who brings light. Mbau kept her mom's family name. Lynette before long left child Khanyi with her folks in Mofolo, Soweto, o and got back to work, leaving her grandma practically raising her.
Mbau's grandparents were Western in the manner they dressed and saw the world. Mbau said, "Gladys (her grandma) would stick you if you disrupted the norms. She ran her family with the etiquette and scrupulousness of Buckingham Palace". Mbau affectionately alluded to her as the "Sovereign of England"
In 2004, Mbau supplanted entertainer Lindiwe Chibi in the part of Doobsie on Muvhango after Chibi was shot by her sweetheart Dan Mokoena. After a year she was terminated from the job, apparently for investing an excessive amount of energy celebrating and showing up in the Sunday tabloids. In 2006 Mbau joined the SABC 1 hit dramatization arrangement Mzansi, in its subsequent season, as Mbali. SABC 1 didn't recharge the show for a third season. Later in 2007, Mbau assumed the part of Zee in the SABC 1 scaled-down arrangement After 9.
Khanyi seems to be in a new relationship and looks like she enjoying her new relationship by the looks of the pic she posted on Instagram.
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