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Lerato Zah Moloi

Full / Real Name: Lerato Nomzama Sedzai Moloi
Gender: Female

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Lerato Zah Moloi (also credited as Lerato Moloi and Lerato Haji) is a South African actress, television presenter and model best known for her role as Refiloe on the SABC2 soapie Muvhango, and as presenter of the Sunday music show Gospel Gold, on SABC1.

She is not to be confused with model and actress Lerato Moloi.

In March 2008 she guest starred in an episode of the SABC1 drama series Mtunzini.com in the role of Virginia, the lovely young wife of a taxi boss, in the episode entitled "The Taxi Driver (Part 1)" - Season 2, Episode 10.

She also played the role of tabloid journalist Pushy in the second season of the SABC1 drama series Tshisa, from 2008-2009.

Lerato has also been the face of Black Like Me hair products.

She used to be known as Lerato Moloi but added "Zah" to her name to avoid confusion with another actess and model also known as Lerato Moloi. "Zah" represents the "za" in Lerato's two middle names: Nomzama/Sedzai.

In 2014 she was credited as Lerato Haji for her role in the second season of the Mzansi Magic drama series Rockville.

In 2014 she starred as Lufuno Ndou, Dibuseng's best friend and an ex-model who knows the glamorous, glorious life as well as the cruel, harsh realities that destroy, in the SABC2 thriller series Thola. She also appeared in the e.tv series The Close Up.

In 2018 she had a starring role as Kefilwe, the ambitious older Kwena sister, in the Mzansi Magic telenovela The Throne.


Television Roles

Show

Character

Kareem's Wife

Lucy

Aviwe (as Lerato Moloi)

Virginia

Refiloe Mokoena

Tumi

Sibongile

Nkhensani

Tabitha

Princess Kefilwe Kwena (as Lerato Zah)

Lufuno N'dou (as Lerato Zah)

Lufuno N'dou (as Lerato Zah)

Pushy

Vanessa

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