Ntombizonke Sisiwe Mchunu is a popular known South African actress and dancer. She is talented and embracing person and she has a bright future ahead of her. She is known for portraying the role of Imani Nkosi on Muvhango soapie opera on SABC 2 . She is beautiful and adorable with massive thoughts on how to make her life successful.
She has captured the hearts of many people through her acting skills and she is doing excellent work. She was raised by her mother who works as a cleaner at her former high school.
She is intelligent and independent woman who values her life and she is gifted. She studied Drama at Durban University of Technology. She didn't start her studies in drama ,she went to Berea Tech to study Civil Engineering but she couldn't finish because of financial difficulties. On her recent post on social media account she caused stir with her recent post showing off her natural beauty. Please comment, like, click and kindly share your thoughts.
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