Mogau Paulina Motlhatswi Biography

Mogau Paulina Motlhatswi Biography

Mogau Paulina Motlhatswi, born on July 13, 1992, is a celebrated South African actress. She is best known for her role as Mapitsi Magongwa, the wife of Thabo Maputla (played by Hungani Ndlovu) in the popular soap opera, Skeem Saam.

Early Life and Education

Born and raised in the village of Mogoto, situated in the Limpopo province of South Africa, Mogau’s journey into the world of acting began at a young age. She attended Brixton’s Piet van Vuuren Primary School, where she was actively involved in athletics. After matriculating from St. Mary’s High School, she pursued higher education at the University of Johannesburg, studying audiovisual communication.

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Career

Mogau’s acting career took off in 2011 and she has been active in the industry ever since. She is currently known for her role in Skeem Saam, but her talent has also been showcased in other productions such as MTVShuga.

Role in Skeem Saam

In Skeem Saam, Mogau plays the character of Mapitsi, who is Alfred Magongwa’s niece. Mapitsi is also the sister of Sonti Magongwa and the mother to Pitsi. Her character is married to Thabo Maputla, who is the father of Pitsi. Her portrayal of Mapitsi has been well-received by audiences and critics alike.

Mogau Paulina Motlhatswi’s journey from a small village in Limpopo to the screens of many South African households is a testament to her talent and dedication. With her ongoing role in Skeem Saam and her past work in MTVShuga, she continues to make a significant impact in the South African television industry.

Net Worth

 Mogau has a net worth of R1 million she obtained from her acting and singing career.

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Shamiso Miracle completed her degree in journalism and media studies at the University of Zimbabwe before honing her skills at Savanna News. She then went on to work at iHarare News, becoming a voice for everyday SA citizens who wanted to share their stories. When she's not writing news that entertains and inspires ,Shamiso is an avid reader and a wellness bunny.

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