Motlatsi Mafatshe Mbonisi Mahonondo
Born: 03 November 1983. Motlatsi Mafatshe is a South African actor best known for his starring television roles as Wandile Dhlomo in the e.tv soccer drama Shooting Stars (2007-2010) and as Last Born in the SABC2 drama Hola Mpinji, in 2010.In 2011 he joined the cast of the SABC3 soap opera Isidingo as Sechaba Moloi. He also starred in the SABC1 mini-series When We Were Black (2006) and uGugu no Andile, in 2008.Motlatsi has had guest appearances in numerous television series including Backstage, Home Affairs, Mtunzini.com, Scandal!, Sokhulu & Partners and Elalini.
He is an inspiration to a lot of young South Africans who aspire to become not only actors but to be able to push their boundaries and be exceptional while at it. He is one of the young South Africans that proved today that circumstances cannot limit you, needless to say, The Star Newspaper regarded him as 1 of top 100 South Africans in 2007 amongst the likes of Tokyo Sexwale & Nelson Mandela. This for a start can only be a stepping stone.
A creative producer who also writes music for his music group called Mo &The Dark Knights and various artists. Has worked with NYS Music production on the (It’s for Life) sitcom as the producer and composer of the theme music, title sequence and the hit single “It’s for life”.
In 2012 his band was the opening act for Usher Raymond’s SA Tour at the Orlando Stadium in Soweto sizzling an audience of 20 000.Motlati Mafatshe holds a Cum Laude & BA Degree Motion Picture & Live Performance from AFDA,
Motlatsi Mafatshe shut down the episode and the 1st season of then Arthur C Evans Show with a bang!!!!
Mbonisi Mahonondo affectionately known as Mbo Mahocs is proving to be a household name in the entertainment sector by becoming Bulawayo’s first magazine cover in Jewel magazine. The beautiful Mahocs headlined issue 20 of the national magazine and she is seen in the pictures showcasing her art and sense of fashion as she strides in different designs by local fashion designers Rebelious Klothing by Nkululeko Ncube and Shadow by Sdumiso Tshuma and also Sheena Noyo, among others.
Mahocs hosted The Red Carpet at the recently-held Zimbabwe Fashion Weekend in Harare. Bulawayo’s sweetheart, as Mahocs has become, was born and raised in the City of Kings, and went to Eveline High School. The bubbly Mahocs is studying towards a diploma in Architecture at Bulawayo Polytechnic. She has featured in a one-woman play titled The Really Stupid Things Men Say which was written, directed and produced by Mgcini Nyoni and also on a short film titled Look of Love.