Xhosa celebrities with wonderful

A Nguni language and one of the official languages of South Africa and Zimbabwe, Xhosa sometimes goes by the endonym isiXhosa. In South Africa, Xhosa is spoken as a first language by about 8.2 million people and as a second language by an additional 11 million people, primarily in the Eastern Cape, KwaZulu-Natal, Western Cape, Gauteng, and Northern Cape.







Phongolo Thuli

South African TV personality, DJ, actor, and voiceover artist Thulisile Phongolo. She is well recognized for her performance in Generations The Legacy as Namhala Diale. She was a series regular until her part was cut in 2018. The third season of Tshisa was where she landed her first acting gig, as Zama. Thulisile, a TV host, previously worked on e.tv’s Craz-e, where she shared a team with Stephanie Sandows, Kriya Gangiah, and Zola Hashatsi. In Soweto, Thuli was born into a Xhosa household.

Nkayi Unathi

The radio host was born in Grahamstown, in South Africa’s Eastern Cape. Since she was a little child, Unathi has taken care of herself. Her sport was hockey. She continues to be quite active and spends a lot of time at the gym even now.

Ndamase Mihlali

One of the young people in the nation who is rising quickly is Mihlali Ndamase. Many people look up to her as a YouTube vlogger and makeup artist. Mihlali was raised in Kokstad, KwaZulu-Natal, and is Xhosa.

Mneno Babalwa

The 44-year-old former model was born in the Eastern Cape town of King William. Babalwa has always had fantastic looks, and she still does today.

Zizo Tshwete

In the Transkei’s “Idutywa village,” the radio and television personality was born. Zizo took home the title of Miss SA Teen in 2006.

Nombona Zola