Liteboho Molise is a South African actress who currently plays the role of Tebogo Mukwevho in SABC 2, drama Muvhango. Liteboho Molise is also an elegant business woman and mother of one. Talk about a beautiful actress who live super private life and hates attention.
Her light skin, curvy body might fool you to believe she is Xhosa, but she is not even South African. Liteboho hails from a place called Maseru under the district of Bhuta-bbute in Lesotho.
Although she is a top notch actress, Liteboho did not study anything related to drama or music. She studied Political science at the National university of Lesotho, although her heart wished to study Drama and Theatre. Over the years she took up business classes and mentorship which has culminated in her running a cosmetic business. Indeed passion overrides relevancy.
Her dream of becoming a superstar were almost shuttered when she failed to land a role in Muvhango twice. The directors had a soft spot for Liteboho because after failing she received a call back but still she could not get the role the second time. Persistence finally paid off the third time when she landed the role of Tebogo Mukwevho and she has been shining ever since.
It has been 8 years ever since she got infront of the camera but she has only appeared on Muvhango. She does voice overs and commercials for Lesedi FM as well as motivational speaking on Radio.
She is the kind of woman any man would die to have, her beauty is beyond measure, and her body is a beacon of excellence. Liteboho Molise is married to business Tycoon Thabo Twala and they have a beautiful daughter together.
After watching the Pretoria girls high natural hair protest, Liteboho felt she should stand up for the girl child. When she got a role on Muvhango she was shaved bald to clearly potrays her character. For her , it marked the beginning of a new season in her life but she revealed that no woman must be forced to cut her hair against her will.
She is a mother of a 5 year old girl and she has to do it so that her child grows up to community that appreciates natural beauty. Liteboho embraced the protest with Black Like Me cosmetics fragrance.
Liteboho Molise potrays the character of Tebogo Mukwevho on Muvhango. Her character is fierce and unpredictable which most people love to hate. The show is built on the premise that "umuntu ngumuntu ngabantu", meaning we exist within context.
The show has strong family orientated storylines that seeks to speak to the conflict between the traditional and modern ways. The Vhakwevhos are the custodians of the traditional side of things while Johannesburg mainly focuses on the modern ways.
Hardwork and determination has paid off in the case of Liteboho Molise. She currently has a networth of $200 000. Several cosmetics endorsements like Black Like Me poured in more money as well as her acting career.
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