Khanya Mkangisa is a well known South African all round entertainer. She does acting ,presenting and she is even a DJ. She is best known for being the presenter of the SABC 1's show Selimathunzi. She went into acting and played short roles in Isidingo, Shattered, Step up, Start up and Haverst. She is now in the big screen with her role in SABC'S 2 Muvhango which airs every weekday at nine in the evening as Mbali and she does it flawlessly.
The character Mbali is just like the actress Kanya Mkangisa, street smart, sassy and Instagram obsessed.
Khanya looks nothing like her age and her age leaves many people amazed. She was born on the 13th of March 1988 and she is 32 years old and turning 33 this month.
You easily swear that she is in her twenties not even close to the big 30.
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