- Mzansi actress and choreographer Khabonina Qubeka is turning 40 soon and she is super thrilled
- Khabonina took to social media to share with her followers that she will be hitting a new milestone in her life
- Social media users reacted to Khabonina's post with some asking her what she would like for her upcoming birthday
One of Mzansi's favourite media personalities Khabonina Qubeka is turning 40 and she still looks amazing. Khabonina started off her career as a choreographer but over some time developed her career into something that has much more in store.
Khabonina took to social media to celebrate the fact that she has reached the age of 40 with her followers on Instagram:
"Coming soon. In a few days, life begins. All the January babies please stand up," she said.
Khabonina was born in Soweto, Johannesburg on 22 January 1981. She has acted on a number of Mzansi television productions.
Her most famous roles were Doobsie on Muvhango and she also played Nina Zamdela on Isidingo.
She also played a role in M-Net's The Wild. In 2010, she released an album titled Gama Lakho.
She has one child who means so much to her. Mzansi social media users reacted to Khabonina's post on Instagram. Take a look at some of the comments below:
"Oh yes. Ntanga woza September 40 ngikulindile (I'm waiting for you)."
"Mmmmm sharing the same age. Anyway, you're beautiful."
"What are the gift options for the queen?"
In other entertainment news, Briefly.co.za reported that Dineo Ranaka confirmed her marriage and wished her new hubby a happy birthday. Dineo Ranaka has given her fans what they asked for and confirmed that she has gotten married and has a whole husband now.
The star took to social media to wish her man a happy birthday and ask her followers to join her in sending him well-wishes for his special day.
The post was what Dineo's loyal fans had been waiting for after many began speculating that she had gotten married after they noticed a name change.
Dineo's name had recently been listed in a number of places as 'Ranaka-Pesha' instead of 'Ranaka' so dedicated supporters knew that marriage news couldn't be far behind.
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