Khanya Mkangisa turns 32 this Friday (13 March 1988). MGOSI.co.za takes a look at her sexiest snaps and we go down her career highlights to date!elimathunzi presenter
Khanya Mkangisa is a YOTV child-star and actress who is best known for as a presenter for YOTV and for hosting the e.tv reality competition series Shield Teen No Swear Dance Challenge, in 2008.
In 2011 the forever growing actress appeared as Asanda on the SABC1 drama series Zone 14.
Khanya Mkangisa was born in Peddie in the Eastern Cape, she made her television debut as a youth show presenter on YOTV at the age of 14, where she remained for a good three years.
Khanya studied at the renowned film AFDA in Johannesburg, where she achieved a BA degree in motion picture and television.
Reportedly, as the only child to a single parent, Khanya was a top achiever as school and a skilled netball player. She got her first television gig as a Grade 10 learner and the performing bug bit.
Having worked so hard to earn her live broadcasting stripes, Khanya Mkangisa quickly moved onto other presenting gigs, such as the SABC’s educational science show and Knock Knock, including Hectic Nine-9.
As if presenting was not enough, Khanya Mkangisa set out to conquer the series genre as well, appearing in shows such as The Lab, Mtunzini.com, and uGugu no Andile.
Khanya is not scared to show off her luxurious beautiful body on the socials. We are stan! The girl is super-sexy and we know ya’ll perving on her snaps daily, so we decided to give you a dose of her sexy images.
2012 marked the year Khanya Mkangisa played the starring role of Nonhle Minola in the SABC1 mini-series Forced Love, (originally entitled Goba Msenge) is an adaptation of Shakespeare’s Taming of the Shrew, set in a contemporary South African setting.
In 2013 Khanya had a starring role in the second season of the SABC1 drama series Intersexions, appearing in five episodes – which was more than any actor.
You’ll recall she also played a starring role as Mpilo Cele, Jazzman’s daughter who then enjoyed a gap year with her father’s blessings only to find out she has to grow up and be the next ‘it’ girl, in the then Mzansi Magic soap-opera Zabalaza.
In 2014 she also made her first appearance on Isidingo playing the role of Aphiwe Nzimande, the younger sister of Skhumbuzo Nzimande.
Fast forward 2015, the forever growing Khanya played the role of Nolitha in the Mzansi Magic drama series Rockville. In October (the same year) she joined Selimathunzi as a presenter, taking over from uMhlobo Wenene host Zizo Beda.
Khanya has also appeared on popular television productions such as The Queen, Noah’s Ark, Tropika Island of Treasure, I Love South Africa and High Rollers.
We would like to wish Khanya a happy birthday and may she receive all the lady luck she deserves in the entire universe.
By the way, what’s the difference between Zodwa Wabantu and Khanya?