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Source :https://www.tvsa.co.za/actors/viewactor.aspx?actorid=7162

Moshidi Motshegwa is a South African entertainer most popular for her driving part as Denzela Ledwaba in the SABC2 police show arrangement Zero Tolerance, from 2003-2006. 


She won the Best Actress in a Television Drama Golden Horn grant at the debut SAFTA Awards in 2006, for her part in the arrangement. 

She is additionally known for assuming the part of Florence Nxumalo in the 2004 element film Drum, with Taye Diggs. 


Motshegwa has showed up in various TV programs including Friends Indeed, Gaabo Motho, Flat 27, Generations, Justice For All, Joburg Blues, Behind the Badge, Ke Nnako, SOS, Hillside, The Lab and Jozi H. 


She additionally showed up in a 2003 scene of the American clinical dramatization arrangement ER named "Makemba" (Season 10, Episode 10). 


She depicted Nelson Mandela's little girl Zinzi in the 1997 made-for-TV film Mandela and De Klerk. In 2007 she featured in the Dutch scaled down arrangement Stellenbosch. 


Different movies she has showed up in incorporate Hijack Stories (2000), Critical Assignment (2004) and The African Story. 


In 2008 she was to have voiced the job of Miriam in an energized TV arrangement called Speedy, in light of the funny cartoon via sketch artist Tim Mostert which shows up in the South African newspaper The Daily Sun. 


The arrangement was eminent for being the main substance obtaining for the compensation TV arm of Telkom Media, which was granted a compensation TV permit in September 2007. 


Telkom Media accordingly pulled out from the compensation TV market, adequately dropping the show. 


She assumed the main part of Uhuru Mokoena, the girl of a rich Xhosa specialist who has post-horrible pressure issue following a commandeering - in the SABC2 small scale arrangement Noah's Ark, from July to August, 2008. 


She is one of the challenger specialists on the SABC2 game show Where Were You?, from August to November, 2008. 


Moshidi is one of the appointed authorities of the SABC1 reality contest ability search So You Think You're Funny!, since November 2008. She helps joke artist David Kau discover South Africa's top unsigned comedic ability.

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Florence Nxumalo Golden Horn Motshegwa South African Taye Diggs.

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