Bobo Motlhasedi is a young and vibrant South African TV presenter and actress best known for bringing energy and style through her weekly gig guide show on Soweto TV; Tshedimosetso where she brings viewers updates of events to attend for the weekend as she interacts with local event organizers to bring the events’ information to Sowetans and the country.
Having qualifications in Film Productions and TV presenting respectively, Bobo is also an entrepreneur and an in-house producer at African Accent Creative People, a media company which produces entertaining TV, Film and web content .
She has featured on some of the country’s leading drama series’ and soapies including the Venda soapie; Muvhango. She was a presenter on the first season of Live It; a youth health show on SABC 1. She was also a lead in a theatre production called Fiela’s Child which was showcased at the Market Theatre, a story which is based in the South African nineteenth century, and tells the story of a Cape Coloured woman, Fiela, and her family who adopts an abandoned white child.
Bobo is also popularly known for her MC skills at various events including The Jozi Arts League which is a Joburg based open Mic session for artists, an initiative supported by the Gauteng Department of Community Safety.
Being a force to be reckoned with, Bobo is shameless in advocating her passion for the arts, whether she is in front or behind the camera. She seeks to inspire women across the continent with her inspirational work in the South African Arts and Entertainment industry.
Kamoo has always been in love with the world of the arts and entertainment, she realised how huge of a passion she has for the arts in high school when she took part in her former high school’s House Plays. She also started (Hip Hop) dancing as a hobby in 2006 (in grade 10), which lead her into gaining interest in learning other styles of dance such as CONTEMPORARY dancing, where she performed a piece for the high school fashion show in 2008 (then in matric). Kamoo sings second alto at church with the church youth league- and that gave her the urge to enter the High School Musical SA Edition competition, where she made it to the second round.
As the Operations member of Basic Jonathan Productions a company she currently operates with Jonathan Ramotsei they strive to be the inspirational soul for youngsters. One project that has elevated the company is the Miss Teen Soweto pageant operating in its 5th year; it gives a platform to teenage Sowetan girls to be exposed to many opportunities that lie beyond the beauty and modelling industry. The competition has attracted sponsorships from various well-known brands and is currently running as a reality TV concept on Soweto TV.
Born Mpumelelo Mavi and affectionately known on television screens and social networks as “Marv Mavrik”, he is very passionate about the world of presenting and entertainment. A 24 year old television and radio presenter from Johannesburg, this ambitious young man fell in love with the media industry in 2010 and has never looked back.
Nimrod Nkosi is the current face and presenter of The National Lottery. Fondly known as the "Lotto
Man", Nimrod has endeared himself to the South African Lotto playing public, putting him on par with the
world’s best in Lotto Presenting and or Presenters. It must be brought to attention that Nimrod Nkosi plays
a pivotal role in the creative process i.e. script writing, audience motivation and performance not only for
The National Lottery but for Corporate and Private Clients as well.
His experience and execution of Television and Corporate in-house Game Shows has earned him the title
of “The Ultimate Games Master”. Most of his bookings are repeated due to popular demand. Word of
mouth has played a pivotal role in this regard. He is currently the Presenter, Producer and Director of his
own Late Night Show titled ‘Your Late Mate’ on Soweto TV – DSTV Channel 251; which flights every
Saturday 19:00pm – 20:00pm.
Born Sindisiwe Mpahlwa but to those near and dear known as Cinderella.
Raised in Kwa-Mashu a township just outside Durban, at the age of nine years she
moved to East London to live with her mother.
She has always wanted to be in the entertainment industry and at eighteen she appeared
on the then popular youth show, Jam Alley finding her passion for writing and poetry.
After matriculating in Johannesburg, she moved to Cape Town and enrolled at the University of the Western Cape to study her Bachelor of Arts degree in Language and Communication, majoring in Political Science and Communications.
A young motivated male striving to be the best at what he associates himself with. Sprkz is a working progress a he started out as a debtor at high school, found his passion in dancing and now as a presenter. Funny how he always comes out number 1 in what he sets his mind at. Going to New York and coming back 2nd place in the country, being one of the essential members of the coolest and number 1 dance crew in SA “the Reptilz” and now as a presenter on Soweto TV. Representing not only him but the brand also in what he does.