Masego Maponyane Clive Chigubhu Asaph
“Maps” Maponyane was born March 16, 1990.He is a South African television presenter, actor, fashion designer, speaker, and model, and creative consultant, voice over artist, philanthropist and business entrepreneur. Maps was born in Soweto in the Gauteng Province. He is the second son of the South African football player Marks Maponyane. Masego completed his high school career at St John’s College in 2008. He studied at Wits University from 2010 until 2012 and completed his BA Degree in Media Studies, French and English (Majors) and International Human Rights (Quadruple Major).
While taking a year off school in 2009, Maponyane started attending modelling and acting auditions, where he attained his first modelling campaign, while working as an assistant to Lucilla Booyzen, Founder of SA Fashion Week .Maponyane was named GQ’s “Best Dressed Man” in 2011 and Cosmopolitan Magazine’s “Sexiest South African Man” in 2013.
Maponyane received a supporting role in the second season of South African television drama series, Rockville in 2014.He was a speaker at the Tomorrow’s Leaders Convention in March 2015. In 2015, Maponyane starred in a lead role on South African spoof comedy series The Real Jozi A-Listers, alongside fellow South African entertainers Da L.E.S, Trevor Gumbi and his best friend Tol-A$$-Mo.
Maponyane is well known for playing a lead role in the South African film Tell Me Sweet Something, alongside good friend and fellow South African actress Nomzamo Mbatha. The film was released in South African theaters on September 04, 2015. The film was removed from major South African cinemas about 5 weeks after release by Ster Kinekor, despite having generated R1 million in the first five days and having done well. Maps presented E! Entertainment’s E! Beyond the Red Carpet: Saftas,which is an after-coverage of the South African Film and Television Awards alongside Bonang Matheba on March 20, 2016.
Clive Chigubhu is a Zimbabwean stand-up comedian who has performed locally and internationally. He is known for the catch phrase Ye Ye-e. Clive Chigubhu was born on August 13 1990 and he attended Mzilikazi High School in Bulawayo.
Chigubhu started acting while in high school when he formed what they called the Jeepers Makers with classmate and friend Mayibongwe Sibanda in 2008. Chigubhu and Sibanda won an award the same year with their play What Happened at the Bus Stop at the Amakhosi Dream to Fame competition. However Chigubhu had to start afresh when Sibanda left for South Africa and that marked the beginning of his career as a stand-up comedian. Chigubhu first performed at Amakhosi Elite 400 where he was invited by Cont Mhlanga. Awards winner Outstanding Comedian-National Arts Merit Awards 2015
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Tafadzwa Asaph Tarukwana also known as Asaph is a Zimbabwean Rapper from the City of Bulawayo and is part of the BurgBoiz movement which aims to build and promote urban youth culture in the City thought various collaboration projects. Asaph officially came onto the scene with last year with his “Kingsvilla EP” which received well in various parts of the country and since then he has seen himself performing as opening act for various African acts like Cassper Nyovest, Kid X, Wizkid and MiCasa. This year he currently released his follow up project “Kingsvilla 2” which was received well by ZimHiphop fans country wide.