Thulisile Phongolo

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Thulisile Phongolo
Born (1994-01-22) 22 January 1994 (age 26)
Other namesThuli Phongolo
Occupation
  • Actress
  • disc jockey

Thulisile Phongolo (also abbreviated Thuli) [1] is an actress and disc jockey.

Born on 22 January 1994, Phongolo began her acting career playing Zama on the South African Broadcasting Corporation's (SABC) TV series Tshisa . [2] While a prefect at her high school, Phongolo played Namhla Diale on the soap opera Generations: The Legacy . After leaving that show in 2018, Phongolo has acted in SABC's TV series Makoti and Mzansi Magic's The Republic, [3] as well as working as a disc jockey. [4]

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References

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