Enhle Mbali Mlotshwa (born 3 March 1987) is a South African actress and TV presenter. She was crowned Miss Safa in 2005. Mbali has been cast in many South African leading drama series including iNkaba, Moferefere lenyalong, and Soul City.
|Name||Enhle Mbali Mlotshwa|
|Date of Birth||3 March 1987|
|Spouse||Nkosinathi Innocent Maphumulo (div.)|
She was born on the 3rd of March 1987. As of 2019, Enhle Mbali is 32 years old.
As an actress, she made her first appearance in Moja Movie factory’s Mtunzini.com, Tshisa in 2005. She played the role of Precious and it airs on SABC 1.
She has been in many leading soapies including iNkaba, Moferefere lenyalong, Soul City and Rhythm City.
In 2012, she played the role of Lindiwe Mabaso who was Mavis older daughter, a nance student and a new waitress at Club Venus.
She got married to Nkosinathi Innocent Maphumulo (aka DJ Black Coffee), a South African Disk Jockey in 2011. It was reported the two had their divorce in July 2019. As a couple, they had two children
Rumors began last month when the DJ was accused of dating French socialite Cathy Lobé, who shared a video of them on Instagram.
When Enhle was called for comment, she refused to discuss any details saying: “Sorry, I have no comment.”
Both Black Coffee and Lobé have since denied having an affair.
“Enhle was not happy in her marriage because of Black Coffee’s alleged infidelity and the DJ’s family mistreating her,” said a source close to the couple.
“But she has always been overprotective of her marriage, so she has not aired her dirty laundry in public. But deep inside she is hurting. This woman has been scorned.”
“Last year was the worst time of her life; she was even admitted to the hospital with a breakdown. Nathi’s family treated her so badly and this has added to the stress,” said a source.
“A sister did me wrong. I heard comments such as, ‘she thinks she’s perfect, even Beyoncé gets cheated on’. My sisters in the industry and out of the industry make their way to my husband’s inbox. The very same sisters that I fight for,” she told guests.
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