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Katlego Danke's biography, educational background, net worth and her beautiful pictures.

Katlego Danke is a South African actress, radio DJ and TV presenter. She is of Tswana ethnicity. Danke is known for her extensive role playing on South African soap operas, Backstage, Generations, Gomora and Isidingo. She was born on the 7th of November 1978.

We always see her on our screens every week days on Mzansi Magic’s 161 Gomora where she plays the role of Thati a girl who grew up in the township of Gomora and then got married to a successful man who she moved in with in the suburbs. They were a family of four with their teo kids Buhle and Langa. She later lost her husband who died while being hijacked and got shot by Ntokozo Dlamini, principal Dlamini's son.

After the burial of her husband she and the kids had to go back to her parental home in the township because the bank had repossessed everything her husband owned and all bank accounts were frozen because before the husband died, he committed fraud. Nthati and her kids had to swallow their pride and adjust to the life in the township.

Katlego holds a BA degree in Theatre and Performance which she obtained at the University of Cape Town (UCT), and graduated in the year 2003. She also holds a diploma in Management Studies which she obtained from Wits Business School in the year 2010. Danke is indeed a beauty with brains.

Katlego Danke is one of the top richest TV Actress in SouthAfrica and her name is listed on most popular. Her net worth is approximately $1.5 Million which is a lot of money. The fact that she earns alot of money doesn't give her wings to fly and see herself higher than others, but she is a very humble person and on the other hand she is so loving and caring.


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https://thenation.co.za/bio/katlego-danke-biography/


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