Ntombizonke Sisiwe Mchunu is acknowledged as South African actress and dancer. She is best known for her role on Muvhango soapie opera on SABC 2 weekdays as Imani Nkosi-Motsamai, James Motsamai's wife on-screen. She is vibrant and active and smart woman who is not afraid to chase her dreams and have a brighter future.
She is beautiful and amazing woman who is brave
enough to conquer the world. She has built a name for herself through her acting skills. She was born and raised in a small village called KwaMaphumulo, Stanger in the province of Kwazulu Natal.
She studied drama and theatre at Durban University of Technology ,and she believes that that her course which involved script writing, music and theatre make up helped her to learn communicate skills. On her recent post on social media account she left Mzansi dumbstruck with her amazing pictures looking absolutely gorgeous. Please comment, like, click and kindly share your thoughts.
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