While you are here kindly comment, like share and follow me for more content. Dingaan Mokebe is a South African actor, singer, voice artist, and tv presenter quality acknowledged for his starring position as flamboyant yuppie investment dealer James Motsamai in the SABC2 soapie Muvhango, joining the forged in 2003.
Did you know Muvhango actors Dingaan Mokebe and Tsholofelo Matshaba have a daughter together in real life? Dingaan Mokebe is 42 years old and was born in 1978, in Limpopo. He was raised by his step father, but later found his biological father who perfomed rituals for him to welcome him into the family.
Dingaan Mokebe (43 years old) is a South African actor, singer, voice artist, and presenter who is best known for his portrayal as flamboyant yuppie investment trader James Motsamai on Muvhango SABC2. In 1998, he began working as an additional artist as a bartender on Generations, but was sacked after protesting about his character's stagnation.
Meme' Tsholofelo Matshaba' and James' Dingaan Mokebe' from Muvhango had a daughter together. Muvhango was on the air at the time, and it wasn't simply a drama series; it was a normal Mzansi lifestyle being broadcast on little screens. On the SABC 2 Venda drama series, the onscreen power couple of James (Dingaan Mokebe) and Meme (Tsholofelo Matshaba) impressed Mzansi.
Muvhango early days was the bomb when we had characters like the mischievous Meme, who gave Thandaza a sweltering time. Image played by entertainer Tsholofelo Monedi now Tsholofelo Matshaba is one of the most remarkable characters on the show, with her shaved head and braided hair at some part.
Dingaan Mokebe was born on the 26th of January 1978, is a South African actor, singer, voice-over artist and presenter well-known for his starring role as flamboyant businessman Jame Motsamai on SABC2 soapie Muvhango. He started as an extra on Generations in 1998, where he played the role of barman.
Moja Love and Muvhango are forced to put off fires set by their talent last night after he exploded online, this only because he did not want to be called by his stage names. Dingaan Siyabonga Khumalo, previously known as Dingaan Mokebe has told the nation how he does not like being called by his stage name or the name of the show he presents.
Gone are those days when men felt a need to shave their beards every week because they have to be neat. It looks like the trend for grooming beards is not going anywhere because more celebrities are following it and I must say that they look good. One of them being Dingaan Mokebe who many people know as James Motsamai in the show Muvhango.
Kgosi (Tebatso Mashishi) is caught between a rock and a very hard place when his dad KK (MacDonald Ndou) is arrested on suspicion of murdering Mpfareni (Mpho Luula) in April. Pleading innocence and pointing towards the real killers – Mulalo (Sydney Ramakuwela) and Teboho (Liteboho Molise) – no one believes the businessman with a shady reputation.
They say do what you like and you may in no way have to work a day in your entire life. It could be very true or it is absolutely true, you might not sense like you're working. The humans you work with additionally make it clean and enjoyable.
Actor Dingaan Mokebe (ka Khumalo) has warned ladies not to play tough to get as they could live to regret it, and cautioned guys now not to be scared to shoot their shot. The Muvhango actor dropped a few phrases of knowledge and courting recommendation in a video he shared on Instagram where he posed a question about why women and men in no way pass for who they need.
South African entertainer Dingaan Mokebe has hammered alluring individuals who feel entitled as a result of their attractive features. In a viral clasp, the Muvhango entertainer is heard advising such individuals to be modest. The clasp has gotten numerous responses from his kindred South Africans who apparently can't help but concur.
As with previous ladies, James, a "chronic heartbreaker," would quit his romance with Imani as immediately as she falls expectant. James (Dingaan Mokebe) would end the relationship with her in almost the same way that Marang (Sharon Seno) parted ways with Imani.
South African actor Dingaan Mokebe has slammed appealing folks that feel entitled due to their beautiful appearance. In a viral clip, the theMuvhangoactor is heard telling such people to be humble. The clip has obtained many reactions from his fellow South Africans who reputedly couldn’t agree on more.
Dingaan Mokebe kaKhumalo is a South African actor who currently plays the role of James Motsamai in a SABC2 drama series Muvhango. Dingaan is a renowned TV presenter, voice-over artist and a musician. He has also made several appearances as a TV presenter and in commercials. Read on, to learn more about the Muvhango actor, Dingaan Mokebe kaKhumalo.
What have our ‘slay all day, every day’ sisters done to Dingaan to be called out like that ‘during the people’? Dingaan Mokebe, who’s also known by his professional character name ‘James Mutsamai’ has unleashed all his wrath on slay queens, reminding them that beauty is one of the things that eventually fades like the moon.
The Actor has slammed people who assume are benefiting from the pretty privilege. The multi-award-winning leading actor in Michango pleads that people who are beautiful should humbled and be treat themselves like others. He reportedly pleaded that this group of people should respect others because beauty is a temporary appearance.
Dingaan Mokebe “James” and Tsholofelo Matshaba “Meme from Muvhango have a together. Back in the days when Muvhango had the juice, and it wasn't just one of the best TV soapies but it was nice lifestyle being watched on small screens. Early days of Muvhango were the bomb when he had Characters of Doobsie, Ndalamo, the likes of Vho-Albert and the devious Meme, who gave Thandaza a headache.
Dingaan Mokebe kaKhumalo felt the want to let out a word of advice for those deemed as particularly to remind them to remain humble The popular actor frequently shares phrases of knowledge with his social media followers regarding all elements of life Dingaan took to social media to publish a video to caution people to be respectful due to the fact appears do not last forever
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