The South African Idols judge Unathi Msengana is one of the highly celebrated female stars in the country. Being the first African that voiced a character in the series ‘Don McStuffins’, she has had many strings of accolades to herself and also honoured at various occasions.
Unathi Msengana was born in Grahamstown, Eastern Cape, South Africa. As to her education, she went to Victoria Girls High School where she had her secondary education, and after which, she got admitted into the University of Utrecht to study International Media Studies in the Netherlands.
Apart from that, she also studied Journalism and Drama at Rhodes University, Grahamstown, South Africa.
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Since she began her professional career, most viewers on the television knew her to be the co-host of season three of the reality competition Popstars back then in 2004 alongside Rowan Cloete.
In 2011, she played the role of a judge on the M-Net reality competition Idols when she had to replace Mara Louw.
Since then, Unathi Msengana has featured and played the same role in more than five seasons of the popular competition.
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