In Pictures: Skeem Saam actor ‘Paxton’ Thabiso Molokomme graduates, his qualifications impress Mzansi
Thabiso Molokomme has a reason to be celebrating today as he recently graduated. The Skeem Saam actor shared that he has graduated with a diploma in Operations Management on his Instagram. The actor couldn’t hide his joy at his boss’s moves, and he took to Instagram to celebrate with his fans.
Thabiso Molokomme graduates; his qualifications impress Mzansi
The 20-year-old Skeem Saam actor showed off his certificate, which he graduated with distinctions. He is indeed a genius; he took home a certificate with twenty distinctions making him one of the top students at the University of Johannesburg. In the caption of his post, Thabiso wrote:
A gorgeous gorgeous cum laude graduate
After sharing his achievements on Instagram, Mzansi congratulated him and showered him praises for passing with flying colours. Some cast members of Skeem Saam also came through to his post and congratulated him.
Skeem Saam actor ‘Paxton’ Thabiso Molokomme’s career in the entertainment world
One can tell that Thabiso Molokomme’s role on Skeem Saam is his first acting gig. The upcoming actor is the problematic son of Mr Kgomo, the Turfloop hospital’s superintendent. He recently joined the cast as Paxton, and he is already stealing the show with his excellent acting skills.
Paxton is just a naughty child who has not fully recovered from the trauma of his sister’s tragic murder. He suffered from the trauma surrounding his sister’s death to the extent that he could not continue to attend school due to mental issues. He spends months mourning his sister and going to physiology counselling.
After attending counselling, Paxton then went back to school, and he had to repeat a grade. Paxton always makes trouble to show that he is not the same age as his matric mates. He is not comfortable with the fact that he is learning with younger kids.
However, Thabiso was once a Yotv presenter for two years before becoming an actor. Catch Thabiso on Skeem Saam every day at 1800 on SABC1