Mbalenhle Zakwe is a South African actress known for playing the role of Sindiswa on Etv soap opera Rhythm city. Mbalenhle is a character who always have to do things her way. She is currently 23 years old since she was born in 1998 in KwaZulu Natal South Africa.
Dropping out in her second year at Witswatersrand, the actress majoring in performance and writing seeks a different path. "I am a patient person. If I need something, I will go an extra mile to get it".
All odds are in her favour as she lands acting role and the rest is history. Her character Sindiswa at one point brings to life a sexually abused pupil, sucked in a blessed and blessee relationship. The 17 year old is listed in with gifts and money to which she ends up getting knocked up.
As always is the case, the teacher who impregnated her encourages her to terminate the pregnancy. This shows how powerful blessers are. They control you since they have the money and the things young woman might desire." Many teenagers look for blessers," Mbali says.
Everybody deserves the finer things in life and it's even sweeter when it all comes through sweat. The actress recently splashes on a new sizzling red Peaugot 289 worth approximately R260 000. She is at the onset of her career but her lush life is proof that she is pocketing a pretty penny from her acting gigs.
Slowly but surely she is ammasing her fortune and her networth is currently $80 000. Mbalenhle Zakwe is on Instagram as @mbalenhlezakwe, she has 84,3k followers.
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