Thembi Monnya AKA Amahle on Isitha Biography

Thembi, biography, age, career, boyfriend, parents.
Name: Thembi Velma Monnya

Date of birth: 28 March
Age: Unknown
From: Unknown
Occupation: Actress And Public relations and communications graduate
Nationality: South African
Gender: Female
TV shows: Muvhango, Isono and the Queen
Personal life history
Thembi Monnya is a South African actress who is also a graduate of public relations and communications. She was born on the 28th of March and the actual year she was born is currently unknown.

Thembi mostly shares information about herself and pictures. She shares little about her family, siblings, and parents. In one of her posts, she shared a picture of her parents. Her parents are present. It’s unknown if she has siblings but there is only one guy whom she shares a surname with. The guy might be his brother or cousin because he wished her birthday on his timeline.










As we mentioned above, she is a private person. Little is known about her relationship status but according to her Facebook account, she is in a relationship. This suggests that she has a boyfriend.

Educational Background of Thembi Monnya
In 2018, she was doing her matric at Itereng Zenzele Comprehensive high School and in 2019 she enrolled to study at the University of Johannesburg. She is now a graduate after obtaining her degree in Public relations and communications.

Thembi Monnya is a South African self-taught thespian and public relations and communications graduate. She was born on 28 March. The upcoming actress made an appearance on Muvhango as a nurse.

Career journey
Firstly, Thembi is a self-taught thespian. She appeared in several drama series as a guest. She made an appearance on Isono as a waitress. Also, she acted in Muvhango where she portrayed a character as a nurse. On the Queen, she appeared as an extra. In 2022, she appeared on The Black Door as a schoolgirl who is also a gold digger.

There is so much that she has to offer. It’s a matter of time until we see her getting big roles on our screen.