Khanya Mkangisa (born 13 March 1988) is a South African actress. She is best known for her roles in the popular serials, Isidingo, Shattered, Step Up to Start Up and Harvest. She is also a TV presenter and DJ artist. She is known for YOTV as well.
At the age of 14, she joined the TV and became a YOTV presenter. She continued to work in the production for three years. Then she moved to present an educational science show titled Knock Knock. In 2004, she made her maiden television acting appearance in the series Mtunzini.Com. She later moved on to star in The Lab 1 as Refilwe and Ugugu no Andile. As a presenter, she hosted the dance show "Shield Teen," Meanwhile, she made supportive appearances in the popular shows Zone 14 in 2011 and Intersexions in 2012.
In 2012, she acted in the BBC production Mad Dogs 111 with the role "Anna." Then in 2013, she joined the regular cast of the serial Zabalaza and played the role "Mpilo". In 2019, she made debut as a DJ artist and performed at the Jozi to Quilox weekend festival in Lagos, Nigeria. In 2020, she made a debut appearance in the popular soapie Muvhango with the role of Mbali. In 2005, she worked off her acting career appearing in the series, Zone 14. She attained more recognition playing Aphiwe Nzimande in the series, Isidingo. She has since starred in the various other popular series including Rockville,The Queen ad more.
Khanya Mkangisa is yet to reveal the full estimate of her networth to the public. However, due to her success in the entertainment industry, most media sites estimated her networth to be around $500 000.
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