Last Updated on June 7, 2023 by Roborts
Rosie Tebogo Motene was born September 7, 1974. She is a South African actress, activist, consultant, certified counselor, and television presenter. She attended drama school at Wits University in Johannesburg. Rosie started her acting career while she was still at drama school and she was the one who choreographed the dance and movement for the production Deep in the Loca Lala.
She is popularly known for her role as journalist Tsego Motene on the SABC1 soapie Generations, which lasted from 2000-2004 after then she was cast in the international film Hotel Rwanda. Rosie Tebogo Motene participated in the Gender-based violence (GBV) webinar session that was organized by Vodacom Foundation in 2020. Apart from her career as an actress, she’s also a feminist and author. She’s the author of Reclaiming the Soil: A Black Girl’s Struggle to Find Her African Self.
She has a Youtube channel which she created on Dec 18, 2013, though she’s not that active there. The ever-active and multitalented woman has gained over 25 years of experience in the Pan-African entertainment industry (TV, Film & Theatre). She has also been a voice for the LGBTQI community in Africa. You can’t have enough of this lady, as she has a lot of experience in most fields, what a talent she is.