Clementine Mosimane is a South African born actress. She is popular for her starring role as Thandi Mazwai in Soul City, an SABC1 drama series (1994-2003).
|Popular role||Thandi Mazwai in Soul City|
She was also the star actress in the M-Net soap opera The Wild as Mama Rose Tladi, a pillar of the community and mother to all (2011-2013).
Clementine has also starred as a guest in many TV series including The Lab, Intersexions, Clean Break, eKasi: Our Stories, Yizo Yizo, Ngempela, Rhythm City and others.
She landed the recurring role of Aunt Thembi, Zabalaza, a Mzansi Magic soapie. In 2014, she contested for the first season of the e.tv game show, I Love South Africa.
Clementine was the star actress in Gold Diggers, where she played the role of Ruth Gumede, the wife of a miner and the first of his wives (2015-2016).
- #Karektas – Season 1
- Bone of My Bones – Season 1
- Broken Vows – Season 1
- Clean Break – Season 1
- eKasi: Our Stories – Season 5
- Gold Diggers – Season 1&2
- Gold Diggers: Behind the Scenes – Season 1
- Housekeepers – Season 1
- I Love South Africa – Season 1
- Intersexions – Season 2
- Isibaya – Season 5&6
- Isidingo – Season 1
- Kasi Superhero – Season 1
- Lithapo – Season 1
- Makoti – Season 1
- Mzansi Love – Season 3 (Big City Love)
- Ngempela – Season 1
- Onder Draai die Duiwel Rond – Season 1
- Rhythm City – Season 1
- Sober Companion – Season 1
- Soul City – Season 1-6
- Stash – Season 1
- The Lab – Season 1
- The Republic – Season 1
- The Road – Season 1
- The Wild – Season 1&2
- Tjovitjo – Season 2
- Umlilo – Season 3&4
- Yizo Yizo – Season 1
- Zabalaza (2013) – Season 1-3
The local drama movie, based on Elsa Joubert’s novel The Long Journey of Poppie Nongena, is received amazing reviews.
It is not a surprise as the woman who adds her unique talent in acting to the series, Clementine Mosimane.
Bringing Poppie to life wasn’t easy. Fictional stories are always easier to portray than a true one. We all know the history of our country, which made this a bittersweet experience.
She can speak Afrikaans fluently and learned it from her grandmother, an Afrikaans-speaking woman, born and raised in Cape Town.
Her mother also spoke Africans, since her family members could speak the language, she grew up speaking the language with her Ouma.