Despite the fact that they are not necessarily the smartest people in Africa, South Africans are among the most intellectual people in the continent. They are motivated to perform better than their neighbours because of their innate competition and absolute hate of failure.
Despite the fact that they are far from being the brightest sisters in Mzansi, these sisters are capable of holding more degrees than a thermometer does.
The youngest of three children, Candice's two elder sisters work in the entertainment business, and she is the youngest of three daughters. Besides being a model and an activist, her older sister, Refilwe Modiselle, is also a TV personality. 'Bontle Moloi' is the name of her elder sister, with whom she has an uncanny likeness. Bontle is a choreographer, actor, and artist who also happens to be a television host.
Candice has a Bachelor's Degree in Dramatic Arts and an Honours Degree in Dramatic Arts from the University of the Witwatersrand, and she is much more than simply a pretty face in the South African entertainment business; she is fast establishing herself as a significant figure in the country.
After her birth, Refilwe spent the majority of her first four years of life with her mother in Rockville, Soweto, where she lived until she became four years old. Her family followed her to Orange Grove, Johannesburg, where she has remained to this day. Following the loss of their cherished father, she and her family relocated to a new area later in life. She endured constant bullying from her peers as she grew up, but she stayed determined to take control of her life and forge a path for herself. According to her academic achievements, Refilwe graduated with distinction from a Johannesburg-based institution with a bachelor's degree in advertising. Her passion in modelling led to her being published in a number of local print magazines while she was still in school.
Bontle Modiselle Moloi
She is a South African actress, television presenter, radio personality, dancer, choreographer, singer and model. Bontle Moloi's career has spanned a variety of mediums. A nomination for Best Actress in a Supporting Role at the Africa Movie Academy Awards in 2015 followed her appearance in the dance film Hear Me Move the following year.
At the University of Johannesburg, Bontle earned a Bachelor of Arts in Corporate Communications after completing her undergraduate studies.
She has gained a reputation as the most sought-after choreographer in South Africa as a result of her dancing talents. When the African franchise of reality television show "Lip Sync Battle" debuts in 2016, she will serve as the lead choreographer for the show. Modiselle is also engaged to choreograph the MTV Africa Music Awards, which would take place in Johannesburg the following year, likewise.
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