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Makoma Mohale takes the lead in Queen Modjadji

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16 May 2024
More cast members revealed!
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Twenty-seven-year-old Makoma Mohale has landed her first major role in a drama series and will star as the Rain Queen in the eagerly awaited Queen Modjadji, premiering this July on Mzansi Magic channel 161.   

She takes on the role of Maselekwani (Queen Modjadji), the young queen-in-waiting who brings about a golden age of peace and prosperity to the land. No stranger to the small screen, Makoma has appeared in various television shows, including Mzansi Magic’s The River. A graduate of the performing arts, her first performances were theatre-based in plays such as Too Sweet Too Bad, Fright Alah, and The Infidel.   

Key new additions to the cast include:    

Mudi Mudau (Khadikhulu) – Maselekwani’s Rakhadi (aunt), and head teacher and adviser.     

Putla Setlapelo (Ramulodi) – Keeper of the secret and king’s keeper. Putla has appeared in many M-Net productions like The Wild and various other local productions.    

Priscilla Raboroko (young Raisibe) – The daughter of young Maselekwani’s minders, and Maselekwani’s childhood companion and trusted friend.   

Aubrey Mmakola (Kgoshi Mampuru) – He was king of the neighbouring Bapedi Kingdom. Aubrey is an actor, dialogue coach, and director who has made his mark on the acting scene. He has been cast on shows like M-Net’s dramas Snitch and Jacob’s Cross as well as on kykNET soapie Binnelanders.   

Moses D Rasekele (Mphabantshi) – The Royal healer, prophecy teller, and spiritual leader.   

Sipho Ndlovu (General Phaahla) – He was the cunning General of the Bapedi Kingdom. Best known for playing the character Sambulo on the hit Showmax show The Wife, Ndlovu has also featured on other Mzansi Magic hit shows, including The Queen and as Zembe on Isibaya.   

Candy TsaMaNdebele (Muyahabo) – Award-winning musician popularly known to embrace her culture, traditional attire, and singing in Khelovedu, Candy plays Muyahabo, one of Mambo Mugodo’s wives and stepmother to Maselekwani.

 

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