Poseletso Sejosingoe is a South African singer, actress and impresario best known as the runner-up of the second season of the M-Net reality singing competition Idols, in 2003.
Born and bred in Cape Town, she was formally introduced to singing when she joined a high school choir. Poseletso grew up singing in gospel groups and school choirs and had no formal musical training.
Poseletso was frequently seen on stage performing with the top South African artists, including Mara Louw, Ringo Madlingozi, Miriam Makeba and Busi Mhlongo and also shared a stage with international artists like Michael Bolton, Josh Groban, Beyonce, Westlife and others.
She started doing theatre productions in 2007 and has since formed a theatre production company with a group of other young people called New image Ensemble - 100% owned and controlled by young Black Africans. They have appeared in many different theatre productions both locally and internationally.
Poseletso's international theatre shows have included, among others, The Magic Flute (Impepe Yomlingo), which toured the West End, UK, Ireland, and Japan; The Mysteries (Yiimimangaliso) which staged in Paris); Aesop's Fables; and A Christmas Carol, in London.
She, together with her group has performed for president Jacob Zuma and couple of cabinet ministers.
She was involved in a production called Nothing But The Truth, which started on the 1st of July 2011 and ran until October 2011. The play is based on a book authored by John Kani, which is the school set book for matrics.
The aim was to offer assistance to learners and educators, with new and interesting ways to approach academic subjects, such as English, Music and History.
In 2012 she was the lead role in the SABC1 mini-series Goba Msenge, an adaptation of Shakespeare's Taming of the Shrew which is set in a contemporary South African setting. It was her first television acting role.