Khabodacious Nina (born January 22, 1981), formerly addressed as Khabonina Qubeka, is a multifaceted South African television personality. She is a choreographer, wellness coach, businessperson, presenter, dancer, and singer.
In 2017, she was the recipient of the award of Best Actress at the Boston International Film Festival Awards. She was also the nominee for the best actress at the Florida Film Festival.
Qubeka played Dora in the South African crime drama series titled Dora’s Peace, a role she was nominated for Best Actress at the Africa Movie Academy Awards.
In 2017, she played Gangster Nina Zadela in the SABC3 popular soap opera titled Isidingo. The gifted actress plays Maxine in the South African award-winning show titled The Wild.
|Full Name:||Khabonina Qubeka|
|Stage Name:||Khabodacious, Nina|
|Born:||22 January 1981 (age 41 years)|
|Place of Birth:||Soweto, South Africa|
|Education:||Moving Into Dance|
|Spouse • Husband:||Vuyisile Colossa|
|Occupation:||Actress • Tv Personality • Dancer|
Khabonina Qubeka was born on January 22, 1981, in Orlando, West Soweto, South Africa. Spending most of her childhood days in Johannesburg taught and exposed her to arts. She had her secondary school studies in Johannesburg.
Qubeka studied at Queen’s High School Kensington. After she attended and obtained a diploma from Moving into Dance, a dance school in Johannesburg.
Khabonina Qubeka starred as Khanyi Qubu in an SABC3 drama series titled For Sale in 2007. She played a ruthless businesswoman called Faith in the SABC3 drama series The Lab.
In 2009, she starred as city-slick babe Khanyi on the e.tv soap opera titled Rhythm City. She also appeared as Kefilwe Ndlovu in the SABC2 drama series The Mating Game.
From 2010 to 2011, she was among the Judges of the SABC1 reality competition Dance Your Ass Off. In 2012, she replaced Penny Thloloe as judge of the show Step Up or Step Out.
Khabonina Qubeka has worked with other prominent artists in South Africa including Somizi, Thembi Seete, and the late Labo Mathosa. She has also collaborated with TK, and Debbie Rakusin. She launched the public relations company in Orange Grove and KCPR – Khabodacious Moves Dance School.
Qubeka has released melodious singles and albums, in 2010, she collaborated with the record label Khabodacious Moves Music on the album Gama Lahko.
The twelve-track album has two added singles including Gama Lakho and Bring Your Body. She started to host her fitness and lifestyle show titled Gym eKasi.
Khabonina was featured in the SABC1 political thriller titled Ihawu Lesizwe. She starred as Dora in the film Dora’s Peace.
Khabonina Qubeka is married to a fitness trainer, Vuyisile Colossa aka, Master Vusi, after dating him for three years.
In 2018, the couple welcomed their first daughter. She met her partner through her brother while Vuyisile Colossa was working in Hong Kong.
Khabonina Qubeka is on Instagram and other social media platforms where she shares moments with her daughter, quotes, fitness sessions, and work. Her Instagram handle is
With a visible impact on the industry, Khabonina Qubeka is estimated to brag with a net worth of about US$350,000.
|FNB Dance Umbrella Award||Won|
|2017||Indie Spirit Best Actress Award at the Boston International Film Festival||Won|
|10 Over 10 as Commentator|
|Zabalaza as Bongi|
|Uzalo as Nokuthula|
|The Wild as Maxine|
|The Mating Game as Kefilwe Ndlovu|
|Abomama as Tshidi|
|Dance Your Butt Off as Judge|
|Dead Places as Asanda|
|The Lab as Faith|
|Thandeka’s Diary a Herself|
|Isidingo as Nina Zamdela|
|Erfsondes as Jira|
|For Sale as Khanyi Qubu|
|Glambition as Herself|
|It’s Complicated as Ntombifuthi|
|Step Up or Step Out as Judge|
|Ihawu as Refiloe Magubane|
|Fix My Love as Host|
|Gym e’kasi as Host|
|Kota Life Crisis as Herself|
|Legacy as Thenjiwe|
|Mtunzini.com as Lillian|
|Muvhango as Doobsie|
|Mzansi Love as Guest Star|
|Rhythm City as Khanyi|
|SAFTAs as Performer|
|Samsokolo as Herself|
|ScreenTime with Nicky Greenwall as Herself|
|Skwizas as Talula|
|Stars of Mzansi as Presenter|
|Spina Guluva as Host|
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