In this article we are going to give you a complete information about Khanyi Mbau’s net worth.
Khanyi Mbau is one of South Africa’s most influential actresses and media personality inspiring the everyday youth who look up to her.
She has over the years contributed massively to the entertainment industry in South Africa.
Who is Khanyi Mbau?
Born on October 15, 1985, Khanyisile Mbau popularly known as Mbau is a South African actress, TV host, producer and businesswoman. She was born to Mrs. Lynette Sisi and Mr. Mcunu Menzi.
Due to the busy work schedule of her mother, she was raised by her grandmother in Mofolo, Soweto.
Her career originally began in 2004 when she replaced actress Lindiwe Chibi in the role of Doobsie on Muvhango. She lost this role for reasons not known to us. In 2006, Mbau joined SABC 1 hit drama series titled Mzansi.
The show ended with season 2. Later in 2007 Mbau played the role of Zee in the SABC 1 mini-series After 9.
In 2012 she was the guest judge on the second season of SABC 1’s Turn It Out. In 2013 she starred in an episode of E.tv’s anthology drama series, Ekasi: Our Stories. She also featured in the DStv Vuzu documentary, I Am, and she portrayed Sindisiwe Sibeko on DStv’s Mzansi Magic mini-series Like Father Like Son.
In August 2012, Mbau released her biography Bitch, Please! I’m Khanyi Mbau, written by the journalist Lesley Mofokeng.
She has played several roles and hosted shows over the years up to present. In 2018 she joined the cast of Uzalo on SABC. Uzalo is one of the most watched TV show in South Africa. Being a cast of that show as a big deal for her. She gained more prominence and cemented her space in the South African entertainment scene.
Khanyi Mbau’s Net Worth
Her net worth is estimated to be $10 million as of 2020.
Much of what contributed to her worth is her acting career, business and endorsement deals.
Khanyi Mbau Source of Income
Mbau makes her fortune from her assets, businesses and career. See a detailed description of how the talented media personality makes her money.
Hosting radio shows have contributed to the net worth of Khanyi. Over the years she’s hosted top programs on radio stations across the country.
She started her own reality show titled “Mbau Reloaded, Always Rise”.
She’s bagged roles in several movies including Happiness is a Four-letter Word, premiered on February 19, 2016, Red Room released in 2018, amongst others. This is also an avenue she’s been making money from.
Khanyi doesn’t only love film, she also enjoys doing business. In November 2018, Mbau announced the launch of her own brand of gin called I Am Khanyi – Millennial Shimmer Gin.
She also plans on starting her own production company soon.
Accolades and recognitions
- In November 2015, she was nominated for “Best Instagram Account” in the Channel24 Online Awards.
- In October 2016, the Johannesburg Film Festival named Mbau among their top 10 South African actresses in film.