Born Tshinondiwa Tymsen Thovhakale Muvhango’s ‘Shonisani’ is a rural girl who grew up in the streets of Soweto and Venda who like most of us, is just trying to make it big in the city of gold.
As an only girl amongst boys, Tshinondiwa (Tee) was destined to make her mark in the entertainment industry.
Unlike the feisty character she plays on Muvhango, Tee is nothing like “Shonisani”. With a love for travel and a strong connection with her spiritual side, Tee sees more of herself in other people’s characters than she does in hers.
“I don’t relate much to Shonisani, I’d have to refer certain characters from other people I know.” She said. We can definitely agree with that, Tee is a happy positive person who loves to share fun moments from work and moments of her personal life on her social media platforms with her followers which seem to be growing by the day.
With a Boston Media House qualification under her belt, the recent graduate is currently studying part time with UNISA and working on her second qualification. Education is very important to her and the more educated you are as a woman the more power you have she believes.
With her strong belief system in between learning her script which she sometimes has to translate on her own from English to Tshivenda, Tee is definitely a busy bee. Since landing the role of Shoni, it seems to have been a gateway of greatness for this youngster.
Not only is she our dearest Shoni, but she’s also an MC which many times requires a lot of traveling. The actress is also a businesswoman who is working on her own transportation business which she hopes to grow into more prominent places. She definitely is chasing that paper, now Mzansi how can we hate on a girl who hustles like this?