Shoki Mmola is a woman of many talents

A Mother, Actress, Casting Director, Acting Coach and Fashion Designer, these titles prove her to be a phenomenal human being.
She needs no introduction; a force to be reckoned, a fearless leader, an ambition filled and courageous dream maker – is what Reshoketswe Portia Mmola is.
Shoki is a widely celebrated South African actress, famous for her starring role as Celia Kunutu in Skeem Saam soapie series.
Apart from playing Celia Magongwa in Skeem Saam, Shoki is also known for her role as Grace in the SABC1 mini-series Death of a Queen. She also excellently executed the role of Tumi in the soapie Muvhango.
The star shares a wealth of experience as an actress, fashion designer, as well as a casting director, and the mention of her name sparks overwhelming attention amongst fans who cannot resist her theatrical skills.
A more in-depth glance into her life and career is all it takes to appreciate her struggles and successes.
Born in Tzaneen, Bokgaga [Maake] , Shoki currently resides in the famously known as the ‘City of Gold’ Johannesburg in Gauteng. She went to Prudens Secondary School in Soweto and later graduated from Finland based Tampere University of Technology in 2000. In the year 2002, Shoki graduated from Tshwane University of Technology (TUT) with a degree in drama. Her training in fashion design saw her specialize in corseted garments.
The actress has been escalating her career for years now since she first came into the public limelight in 2000. Provided are shreds of her roles in different television shows:
Death of a Queen: Season 1 (Grace Lerothodi) eKasi: Our Stories: Season 4 (Mapula) Mfolozi Street: Season 1 (Matshidiso Mofokeng) Mfolozi Street: Season 2 (Matshidiso Mofokeng) Muvhango: Season 1 (Tumi) My Perfect Family: Season 3 (Dawn) Rhythm City: Season 1 (Patricia) Skeem Saam: Season 1-8 (Mma Kunutu) Zaziwa – Season 3 (Herself) Shoki Sebotsane.
Nominations and Awards: Golden Horn Award for Best Actress in a Lead Role in a TV Drama.
Mopani District and Limpopo as a whole is extremely proud of you sesi Shoki, shine on and keep adding hope to the youth and upcoming talents.

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