Khanyisile Mbau (born October 15, 1985) known professionally as Khanyi Mbau is a South African television host, actress and radio personality. Raised in Soweto, Mbau rose to widespread prominence and became a household name as the second Doobsie in the SABC2 soap opera Muvhango (2004-2005); as Mbali in ...
15.10.2012 [Independent Online] - We have also invited a lot of guest judges who include Benni McCarthy and Khanyi Mbau,” he said. Each episode starts with four contestants and they battle it out until one wins. The audience chooses the winner, who gets a cool R5 000 for their trouble.
29.09.2012 [Artslink.co.za News (press release)] - Books are under discussion in the Fringe at the Joburg Theatre from Tuesday to Saturday when radio personality Jenny Crwys-Willams comperes In Conversation with South African authors ranging from Khanyi Mbau and Kelly Khumalo, to Jonathan Jansen
28.09.2012 [Independent Online] - You can never be in-between with Khanyi Mbau. After keeping the crowd at the Melrose Arch Exclusive Books in Joburg waiting for more than an hour last night for her book launch, Mbau finally showed up in a little black number and spiky red-soled
Khanyisile Mbau (born October 15, 1985), known professionally as Khanyi Mbau, is a South African actress, television host and artist. Raised in Soweto, Mbau ...
Years active: 2004–present
Occupation: Actress; Television Personality; Ar...
23.10.2012 [BDlive] - Saying Zuma has kept "us" unified is like saying that Khanyi Mbau has raised the level of intellectual discourse. "Stability" in this case serves as a euphemism that reveals a deeply undemocratic kernel of thinking. How is it possible that an internal
28.09.2012 [Sowetan] - The tongue-in-cheek awards, that were launched in 2009, feature outrageous categories that range from drama queens to diva extraordinaire. People from different careers, who are in the public eye such as such as socialite Khanyi Mbau, Julius Malema
24.09.2012 [Johannesburg Sunday World] - Says Sisulu: "Yes we have approached Somizi but his demands were way out of our range." He denies rumours that Khanyi Mbau was asked to replace Chomee. "Look, the SABC can do without Chomee but we will see what we can do. Maybe we will have to