Mamarumo Marokane is a South African actress best known for her role as Dineo in the MTV drama series MTV Shuga: Down South.
She studied at City Varsity School of Media and Creative Arts, graduating with a diploma in Acting for Camera and Live Performance.
Mamarumo made her television acting debut in the BET Africa drama series Grit, which aired for two seasons from 2016-2017.
She next appeared in the Mzansi Magic telemovie Isipho Sothando, which aired as part of the channel's "Lokshin Bioskop" strand of one-hour TV movies.
The movie, about a young and naïve couple from notorious money laundering families who put their lives in danger when they choose to stay together, first aired on 18 October, 2018.
Mamarumo next played the recurring role of sports science student Dineo in the seventh season of the MTV drama series MTV Shuga, entitled "Down South 2".
She appeared throughout the season, beginning with the Season 7 premiere on 19 February, 2019.
A month later she had a guest role in the series premiere of the Netflix South Africa superhero action series Shadow, which debuted on 8 March, 2019.
Also in 2019, she had a starring role in another Lokshin Bioskop telemovie on Mzansi Magic, entitled Magenge, about a young man who turns to a life of excessive partying after the death of his mother until his father steps in to help him get back on the right path.
The film, which also starred Sello Sebotsane, first aired on Saturday 18 May, 2019.
Mamarumo landed her first starring role in television when she was cast as Boleta in the Mzansi Magic supernatural drama series Omen, which premiered on 5 January, 2020.
Later that year she landed another recurring role, this time as Marothi's (Macks Papo) girlfriend, slay queen Kaone, in the SABC1 youth soapie Skeem Saam, making her first appearance in Season 8, Episode 211 (which aired on 27 April, 2020).
In 2021, Mamarumo starred in another two Lokshin Bioskop movies: first to air was the romantic comedy Love Lerato Thando, about a 23-year-old philosophy student who challenges herself to be open to love.
The film made its debut on Mzansi Magic on Sunday 24 January.
She next appeared in Wa Lepelle, a supernatural story about a generational curse, which first aired on Mzansi Magic on 12 June.
Also in 2021, Mamarumo had another starring role, this time as Letti in the eOriginal series Is'phindiselo, the first local production to air on the newly-launched eVOD digital streaming service.
The web series, loosely based on the story of Alexandre Dumas' novel The Count of Monte Cristo, debuted when eVOD went live at 20h00 on Thursday 5 August, 2021.