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HURRICANE Khanyi Mbau hit South Africa some years ago and left us all devastated in her wake. She is now a household name, synonymous with scandal and opulence.
And at just 24 Mbau's journey has only just begun. Her dancing career began when she was seven, but it was the Civic Theatre production Live It Up that ignited her love for the arts.
"It was then that I decided to become an actress," she explains.
After matriculating at Parktown College roles in Soul City, Muvhango, Mzantsi, The Lab, Hard Copy and the movie Drum followed.
But Mbau laments that her offset antics have hampered her acting career.
She now works as an agent for Ho Hup South African Corporation. Her task is to outsource architects, labourers and other suppliers to build RDP houses.
She is also trying to create a stable home for her three-year-old daughter Khanu, who she says has borne the brunt of her celebrity status.
Mbau famously divorced Mandla Mthembu, the father of her child. She says she married at only 20 and her unexpected and growing celebrity status resulted in Mthembu physically abusing her.
She recently made headlines for allegedly persuading present lover businessman Theunis Crous to leave his wife.
Mbau has also been working on her second album, I am Khanyi Mbau QOB , which stands for Queen of Bling, as well a clothing label of the same name.
Mbau also says she once contracted a sexually transmitted disease, which was fortunately easy to treat.
Mbau warns those who are not using condoms: "Putting on a condom is absolutely worth it."
She tries out several condoms to see which is best. First she tries Rough Rider studded condoms. "I hate the smell of these condoms.
"The bumps on the condom make the experience more fun. The condom also is not very thick and that's a good thing."
Next up is a Durex Pleasuremax Condom.
"This one is not too thick - I like that. It doesn't have enough bumps and ribs. It has a terrible smell."
The third to be tried is Lovers Plus ribbed and studded condoms.
"These are not easy to open. Other than that it smells of dead rat!"
Lifestyle ribbed condom's are the last to be tried. "I've never tried these.
"They don't have a smell, which is a good thing. Other than the smell, I must say these condoms are quite thin and hard.
"So ultimately they're the best.
"We use the other brands because they have bigger adverting campaigns, but these have surprised me and they're the best.
"A cousin of mine has Aids.
"Watching her battle with the illness has shown me the other side of Aids and I cannot emphasise enough that people must use condoms."