Mohale Motaung is a South African student and actor. He grew up in Kibler Park, south of Joburg. He is the owner of Glam Troupe, a company specializing in matric dance makeovers.
He made his first appearance on Shuga: Down South and portrayed Odirile, a confident gay economics student Odirile.
He intends to become famous in the entertainment industry as a TV star and walking out of his popular fiance’s shadow.
- Name: Mohale Motaung
- Nationality: South Africa
- Education: Studying Economics at Wits University
- Boyfriend: Somizi Mhlongo
- Occupation: Actor
He is currently a student of Economics at Wits University and is in his third year. Though Mohale has no experience in acting, he didn’t an acting role with the help of his boyfriend.
He had acting lessons at the State Theatre in Pretoria a few years ago.
Mohale appreciates his boyfriend, Somizi Mhlongo flamboyance. He also talked on Somizi.
“We also love going to church. It keeps me grounded and allows me to reflect.”
“He can’t wait to get married and start a family. I do dream about having kids one day, but at the moment I’m focusing on growing my career and having a stable business,” he says.
His dad, Sechaba, ignored all the negative publicity on him and his mother Lebo is always in support of his dreams. Mohale also has a prosecutor sister, Palesa, 31 years and younger sister, Motheo, 19 years.
His younger sister who is currently studying accounting. He says he has a strong relationship with his family, they keep him grounded.
His family has given him their blessing for him to marry Somizi although he is their only son.
“My family supports anything that makes me happy and they trust my decisions.”
The couple formally invites you to witness the union of their love and merging of their families in Somizi & Mohale: The Union.
The latest Showmax Original, premiering on 24 February 2020.
“From their traditional wedding in Kibler Park in Johannesburg in September 2019 to their white wedding in Muldersdrift on Thursday.”
“Somhale’s four-part wedding special is a front-row seat to one of the most historic, heartfelt and not forgetting fabulous weddings in South African celebrity history.”
He dated girls and knew he wasn’t attracted to them. “I dated girls for the sake of dating. I knew I wasn’t attracted to girls, but I didn’t know what it was called.”
Only during his days at the Tshwane University of Technology in 2016 that he became comfortable with his sexuality.
“I was no longer under my parents’ roof. I was free. And I started exploring. I met like-minded people. I accepted I’m gay and started loving who I am.”
- “Mohale Motaung on his budding acting career and his love for Somizi“. Channel24, Qhama Dayile retrieved 2020-31-01
- “You’re invited to Somizi and Mohale’s wedding!“. Mgosi retrieved 2020-31-01
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