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Moliehi Makobane

Full / Real Name: Moliehi Didie Makobane
Born: 17 August 1989 (29 years old)
Gender: Female

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Moliehi Makobane is a South African actress best known for her starring role as Thuli Mabena in the fourth segment ("Uncovered!") of the e.tv anthology series Mzansi Love: Kasi Style, in 2012.

Moliehi had her first television performance on another e.tv anthology series, eKasi: Our Stories, in the episode entitled "Abafelokazi" (House of Widows), in 2011.

In eKasi she played the supporting role of Pearl. In the episode an elderly woman goes to extremes to prevent her daughter in law from moving on with her life a year after her husband dies.

Makobane was born in Maseru, Lesotho and grew up in Johannesburg. This actress and aspiring theatre director has always had a passion for performance from a very young age.

She attended high school at the National School of the Arts where she did drama and graduated from Wits University with a BA Dramatic Arts Honours degree.

She also directed her first play called Us - A Room Full of Women.

In 2013 she had a starring role in the second season of the SABC1 drama series Intersexions. The following year she had a starring role in the SABC1 drama series Sticks and Stones.


Television Roles

Show

Character

Celebrity Guest - Herself (as Moliehi 'Didie' Makobane)

Pearl

Mabotse (as Didi Makobane)

Nthabiseng

Bontle

Pinky

Pinky

Botho Mohapi

Maureen (as Moliehi Didie Makobane)

Thuli Mabena

Patience

Lebo

Cast Member (as Moliehi 'Didi' Makobane)

Cast Member (as Didie Makobane)

Presenter - Herself (as Didie Makobane)

Presenter - Herself

Keke (as Moliehi Didie Makobane)

Precious (as Moliehi Didi Makobane)

Precious (as Moliehi Didi Makobane)

Precious (as Moliehi Didi Makobane)

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