Tsholofelo Matshaba (recently credited by her original surname Tsholofelo or Tsholo Monedi) is a South African entertainer most popular for her part as naughty gold-digger Meme on the SABC2 soapie Muvhango. She left the cleanser for a couple of months in 2012 however returned in late 2012.
She additionally stars as Tiny, the requesting, defiant niece of Mmane (Lillian Dube), on the SABC2 sitcom Skwizas.
Tsholo went to the Tshwane University of Technology from 2002-2004, accomplishing a National Diploma in Musical Theater. She proceeded to act in various theater creations remembering Born for the RSA 2, Melodies of Love, Jesus Christ Superstar, The Lion King, Soweto Story, Aladdin and Robinson Crusoe.
Initially from the Mabopane municipality in Tshwane, Tsholo right now lives in Johannesburg. She wedded previous radio moderator Chris Matshaba on Saturday 27 December, 2014. Her originally credited job in the wake of wedding was in Skeem Saam in 2015, in which she was credited as Tsholofelo Matshaba.
In August 2015 she started featuring as the lead character Keneilwe in the SABC2 family show arrangement Mamello, acknowledged by and by as Tsholofelo Matshaba. In the arrangement she plays a hopeful instructor who moves to another school to get away from a harmful marriage, where she falls head over heels for an individual educator and starts to modify the school as she reconstructs her own life.
In 2018 she had a featuring part as Odirile, the sovereign's malcontented more youthful sister, in the Mzansi Magic telenovela The Throne.
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