Mbali Nkosi is a famous South African actress, singer, songwriter and reality TV star. Nkosi first gained recognition after appearing in Big Brother Mzansi in 2013. She gained a huge following after appearing on a popular reality show. After leaving Mzansi Big Brother, her acting skills gradually gained recognition. Nkosi has appeared on many popular TV shows and has become a fan favorite. She is also known for releasing several songs. Mbali Nkosi was born on October 28, 1989 in Gauteng, South Africa.
On October 28, 2023, she will turned 34 years old. She is one of Mzansi’s many “third tier” celebrities.
Mbali Nkosi began dating soccer star Motaung Junior in 2016. The couple later broke up. In early 2020, Mbali and Motaung got back together. According to reports, after seeing each other on camera, they revealed their relationship again.
She made a cameo appearance as a dancer in M-Net’s high school musical drama “Angel’s Song”. In 2014, Mbali Nkosi played a role in the film Generation Next. Mbali Nkosi is also known for her role as Violet in the TV series The Queen. She revealed that the audition for the role was a long process before being chosen. She is a fan favorite in the series. “Violet said, ‘Now that I’m back, I want mine,'” she told Press Ready of her return to the character.
Azuri Beauty Bar is a brand founded by Thembi Seete, Mbali Nkosi and Sharon Khuzwayo.
Here are 10 Things you should know about Azuri Beauty Bar.
Azuri is a cosmetics company with a boutique beauty bar based in Morningside Come through and be pampered from tip to toe.
It was launched in 2017.
2020 they announced the launch of a new makeup line.
Thembi Seete usually describes the brand as a product that stands for authenticity when it comes to the beauty industry.
Azuri brand is said not to be about being obsessed about beauty but rather being passionate about offering products that are proudly South African.
Their vision for the brand was to always build Azuri cosmetics.
The Azuri cosmetic range has been described as a ‘product that will speak to women in all industries and with all skin tones.
The co-founders have made it clear that inclusivity is very important to them.
They have occasional giveaways on their social medias.
Their lipkits retail for about R300 and eyeshadows R400.