Thulisile Phongolo is an up and coming South African actress who got her big break when she portrayed the role of Namhla Diale on SABC 1’s most revered Soapie – Generations: The Legacy. Thulisile has also established herself as a businesswoman and DJ.
Thulisile was born on the 22nd of January 1994, she is currently 25-years-old. It is reported that she was born in Soweto to Xhosa family. Many South Africans came to know of the actress when she began acting on Generations: The Legacy but before that, the young lady was a cast member on drama series – Tshisa back in 2012. She played the role of Zama on the third season of the show.
In 2013 we saw her sharpen her presenting skills as a kids presenter on etv’s Craz-e for a brief moment. When not acting, Thulisile is a DJ and businesswoman with various business ventures with several brands she’s aligned herself with. In 2017, rumours ran amok that Thulisile had been fired from Generations: The Legacy.
Generations Executive producer – Mfundi Vundla went to denounce the rumours and explained that the actress was not fired but had decided to write Thulisile’s character out of the soapies storyline. There have been several reports that Thulisile was dating Imbewu actor – Raphael Griffiths for a while, but the two have remained quite mum about the supposed relationship.
When it comes to who’s, she’s dating Thulisile has learned to be very private about that part of her life. Not much is known about her family, but she has two younger siblings, a sister, and brother.
Thulisile is a former University of Johannesburg student, she studied a degree in Strategic Marketing Communications, prior to that she was a student at Allen Glen High School in Roodepoort, Gauteng.
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