Khanyi Mbau Announces Her Latest Business Venture Called 2K Business Centres. Khanyi Mbau took to Instagram to announce that she has started a new journey in her life as she has venture into the property business. The post read, “She is finally here!! Please follow @2kbusinesscemtres and help me celebrate my new journey!! A promise made is a promise kept! A premium space for entrepreneurs in the heart of Sandton. Come expand and grow with me.”
2Ks Business Centers were founded as space where entrepreneurs, creatives and business executives converge to work, network and conduct business, giving entrepreneurs affordable, yet luxurious workspaces and business executives an alternative place to work from. The designer workspaces, and the community with some of the country’s top creative and entrepreneurial minds, makes 2K Business Centers the best choice for those seeking shared working spaces.
Luxurious communal workstations, dedicated offices, and smart boardrooms with e-conferencing abilities are available to all its members. Monthly talks by successful leaders in a wide variety of industries are given, not only acting as a springboard for ideas and inspiration but also providing access and networking opportunities to high net-worth individuals.
Khanyisile Mbau known professionally as Khanyi Mbau, is a South African actress, television host and artist. Raised in Soweto, Mbau rose to widespread prominence and became a household name as the second Doobsie in the SABC 2 soap opera Muvhango (2004-2005); as Mbali in the SABC 1 soap opera Mzansi and SABC 1’s mini-series After Nine.
Mbau’s first feature film, Happiness is a Four-letter Word, premiered on February 19, 2016. She played the role of Zaza, trophy wife to Bheki (Simo Magwaza), mother of two, and owner of a shoe store. The film premiered with box office-smashing numbers and continued with gross box office receipts over R7 million in its third week on the cinema circuit. In October 2016, the Johannesburg Film Festival named Mbau among their top 10 South African actresses in film, following the success of Happiness Is a Four-letter Word.