Litlhonolofatso Litlhakanyane famous for Tebello role he played in Mzansi soap-opera Scandal, is a talented South African Actor.
The tryout for a kid entertainer which occasionally jumps out on Facebook adverts was the place where Tebello from Scandal began, his sister went over one and convinced him to partake in it, which he did.
Because of beng undermined, the young star was thought to be earning a salary ranging from R15 000 to R20 000. The Mzansi's favourite star Litlhonolofatso Litlhakanyane is currently playing the character of Tebello on one of Etv's most admired soapie #Scandal.
The young star portrays the role of a twelve-year-old on the e.tv soapie. Litlhonolofatso Litlhakanyane is 10 years old, according to Youth Village.
The you star was earning R33 375 monthly for his talent and contribution to the #scandal family. The figure was recorded from the South African Actors Guild. Do you think this young actor deserves such a huge salary? Perhaps there are certain factors that are taken to consideration when coming up with payment, however the young actor has captured the hearts of many viewers and has become a fan favourite.
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