Stoan Seate (real name Tshepo Seate) is a South African kwaito singer, music producer, actor and television presenter best known for his part in the highly successful kwaito band, Bongo Maffin, since 1996.
No stranger to the entertainment industry, Stoan derives his name from his rap days when he was known as "Stoan Kold-T".
He was called to a screen test for the SABC1 youth drama series Soul Buddyz claiming the part of teacher, Pule, with whom Stoan says he shares his pragmatic nature and ability to maintain a positive outlook.
Apart from a cameo in Molofish, his other TV work includes presenting Castle Loud from 2001 to 2003 and Lillizela the music game show, during 2004.
Stoan recently completed his new album “The Heart of Stoan”, which was released in March 2008.
As of 16 September, 2008 he is the new host of the SABC2 music show Afro Café, replacing Pepsi Pokane.
He was the narrator of the SABC1 kwaito-themed documentary series Vuma - A Music Revolution, from December 2009 to January 2010.
In 2013 he was a guest presenter at the 6th annual Crown Gospel Music Awards.