Top 10 Most Beautiful Tanzanian Actresses & Female Singers

The list of the top 10 most beautiful Tanzanian female celebrities includes the top most popular Tanzanian actresses, female singers and models.

1- Wema Sepetu

Top 10 Most Beautiful Tanzanian Actresses & Female Singers

Wema Sepetu (Born: 28 September 1988) is a Tanzanian actress and beauty contestant who won the Miss Tanzania contest in 2006 Miss Tanzania. She represented Tanzania in Miss World 2006, which was held in Poland. She later became an actress in Tanzania. Instagram

2- Elizabeth Michael

Elizabeth Michael

Elizabeth Michael (Born: 16 April 1995) is a Tanzanian actress. In 2013, she won the Zanzibar International Film Festival award for Best Actress for "Woman Of Principles". She also won 2016 Africa Magic Viewers Choice Awards for Best Movie Eastern Africa. Instagram

3- Irene Uwoya

Irene Uwoya

Irene Pancras Uwoya, (Born: 18 December 1988) is a Tanzanian actress, producer and entrepreneur she is best Known for her name Irene Uwoya and for her movie role Oprah. Beginning her professional career in 2007 along with others bongo movie actors such as Vincent Kigosi, Steven Kanumba and many more.

4- Jokate Mwegelo

Jokate Mwegelo

Jokate Mwegelo (Born: 20 March 1987) is the District Commissioner for Kisarawe. She is a politician. Before being appointed, she was an entrepreneur and a media personality. In July 2018, the President of the United Republic of Tanzania Dr. John Pombe Joseph Magufuli appointed Hon. Instagram

5- Batuli


Yobnesh Yussuf Hassan (Born: 1 February 1986) is a Tanzanian actress popularly known as Batuli. She has been featured in more than ten movies that include big actors like Steven Kanumba and Vincent Kigosi. Instagram

6- Yvonne Cherrie

Yvonne Cherrie

Yvonne Cherrie (Born: 19 August 1981) is a Tanzanian actress. In 2010 she won Zanzibar International Film Festival for the 'Best Actress' award. She was also nominated for 2011 Nigeria Entertainment Awards for Pan African Actress Of The Year. She is cited as the one of the best actresses and pioneers in the movie industry of Tanzania. Instagram

7- Richa Adhia

Richa Adhia

Richa Maria Adhia (Born: 1 May 1988) is a model and beauty pageant contestant who won Miss Earth Tanzania 2006 and Miss Tanzania 2007., She represented Tanzania in both Miss Earth 2006 in the Philippines and Miss World 2007 in China.

8- Baby Madaha

Baby Madaha

Baby Madaha (Born: 19 November 1988) is a Tanzanian actress and musician. She was the winner of Bongo Star Search competition in 2007. Baby Madaha is popularly known for her hit single Amore. She also won a German award for her role in the movie Nani. Some of the films she acted are Blessed by god, Tifu la mwaka, Misukosuko and Ray of hope.

9- Vanessa Mdee

Vanessa Mdee

Vanessa Hau Mdee, professionally known as Vanessa Mdee, (Born: 7 June 1988) is a Tanzanian singer, songwriter, youth activist, TV and radio host. Mdee is popularly known for being the first ever Tanzanian MTV VJ.

10- K-Lyinn

Jacqueline Ntuyabaliwe Mengi

Jacqueline Ntuyabaliwe Mengi (Born: 6 December 1978) is a Tanzanian award-winning furniture designer and chairman of Amorette Ltd a furniture design and manufacturing company. Jacqueline is also the founder and chairman of Dr Ntuyabaliwe Foundation a charity organization which provides libraries and books to local primary schools.

About Tanzania

Tanzania is an East African country known for its vast wilderness areas. They include the plains of Serengeti National Park, a safari mecca populated by the “big five” game (elephant, lion, leopard, buffalo, rhino), and Kilimanjaro National Park, home to Africa’s highest mountain. Offshore lie the tropical islands of Zanzibar, with Arabic influences, and Mafia, with a marine park home to whale sharks and coral reefs.

Women and men have equality before the law. The government signed the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women (CEDAW) in 1985. Nearly 3 out of ten females reported having experienced sexual violence before the age of 18.  The prevalence of female genital mutilation has decreased. School girls are reinstated back to school after delivery. 

The Police Force administration strives to separate the Gender Desks from normal police operations to enhance confidentiality of the processing of women victims of abuse. Most of the abuses and violence against women and children occurs at the family level. The Constitution of Tanzania requires that women to constitute at least 30% of all elected members of National Assembly. 

The gender differences in education and training have implications later in life of these women and girls. Unemployment is higher for females than for males. The right of a female employee to maternity leave is guaranteed in labour law.


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