Bonnie Mbuli Biography
Bonnie Mbuli was born in 18th March 1987 in Soweto south Africa. She is an actress and media personality. She co presents the Afternoon Express show which airs on SABC 3.
Bonnie Mbuli Age
She was born in 18th March 1987 in Soweto south Africa. She is 31 years old as of 2018.
Bonnie Mbuli Family
She was married to Sisanda Henna since 2005 but they later parted ways in 2013.
Bonnie Mbuli Children
She has two children; Micaiah Henna and Haniel Henna.
Bonnie Mbuli Education Background
Bonnie Mbuli attended Belgravia Convent and later Greenside High School in Johannesburg.
Bonnie Mbuli Acting Career
In 1992 she was discovered at a bus stop on her way home from school by an actor’s agent who cast her on a television series ‘Viva Families’. She got cameo roles in international productions Born Free 2 and Cave Girls. Bonnie went on to present various magazine programs for television including Teleschool, Zapmag, Technics Heart of the Beat and Limits Unlimited.
In 2001 she got a leading role in the hit television soap Backstage aimed at the South African youth.She was later cast in the role of Portia in the series Gazlam. This was followed by a role in the detective series Zero Tolerance.
She has been featured in the mini series Homecoming,and appeared in two Canadian television series; Charlie Jade, a sci-fi epic and Scouts Safari – an adventure series set in the African wild.
She played the lead on the television series Soul City and Hillside which aired on SABC 1 and SABC 2 respectively. She was cast in prime time American Action drama TV series- Philanthropist for NBC which later aired on SABC 3.
In film, she has played the role of singer Dolly Radebe, in Drum, the lead role in the Danish film, Blinded Angels. she has also starred on Catch a fire. She also played Zindzi Mandela in Clint Eastwood’s rugby picture, Invictus about Nelson Mandela.
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She has starred in e.tv’s Rhythm City in a recurring role, playing the intriguing, powerful and sometimes crazy Nozipho and on Etv’s ground-breaking crime investigation series Traffic; the first of its kind to star a female on South African television.
In 2015 she starred in the popular British series Wallander as police woman Grace Mthembu. She hosted a talk show True Life in South Africa that aired on SABC 1.
Bonnie Mbuli Book
She has published her autobiography, a South African bestseller titled Eyebags and Dimples.
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Bonnie Mbuli defends herself from critic
Bonnie Mbuli has been in the entertainment industry for 25 years and over time, she has solidified herself as one of the most versatile talents in this part of the world.
From acting to presenting and modelling, Bonnie Mbuli has successfully dabbled in all of these mediums.
After Bonnie tweeted that she was going to a braai on Heritage Day, a fan came for her. Take a look at the interaction below:
This is what the fan said…
Bonnie Mbuli is seemingly in a good place, a couple of days ago, she shared pictures of her blended family.
The star is also known for defending other women. When Masechaba Ndlovu announced that she and her husband were separated, Bonnie Mbuli stepped in and defended the radio host with several tweets.
Bonnie went on to say that she was not excited by the offensive comments around Masechaba’s separation, saying that women should rather support each other.
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Bonnie Mbuli opens up about self-care and her mantra, ‘Let it be great’
Updated On: 30th September 2018
What does self-care look like for Bonnie Mbuli? While it may be a prayer for some, or just cutting out the bad vibes, for Bonnie Mbuli, it’s more than that.
The show host said for her, it involves meditation, a mantra and more. Bonnie, who is this month’s True Love magazine cover star, said: “At the beginning of my self-care journey I had a conversation with myself and vowed to give myself a beautiful life.”
Briefly.co.za learned that for the mother of two, her self-care programme includes her morning ritual of a 15-minute meditation, followed by a green juice with celery, as well as drinking lemon water. Bonnie also believes her mantra, ‘Let it be great’, changes her attitude before dealing with any situations and experiences in her life.
In a recent post, she wrote: “In a world where I’m fighting hard to be a good mother, loving partner, great actress and presenter, consistent author, it gets tough to keep my head and not feel like I’m drowning under my dreams , but I’ve learnt that the peace I create within can hold all my purpose and help me see clearly.Find your centre, reconnect with your sacred self, focus on what matters. @myutopia_sa is where I go to do just that. “