Despite what she already does on screen, the young actress, better known as Mary on DiepCity, decided to show Mzansi how to model. In real life, Moshine Mametja continues to prove to her admirers that she is nothing like the character she portrays on television.
The actors in DiepCity appear to be looking for alternative sources of income now that the show is about to end. The well-known Instagram user Moshine posted a video of herself and several other young women modelling or, more precisely, coaching one another on how to model. But many people are unaware that she has worked as a trained model in real life for a long time. She admitted that she was coaching young girls and that everything was making her miss her younger self when she was starting out and so enamoured with the game. She revealed that she thinks these girls will become Miss South Africa or Miss World in the future, so they need all the encouragement they can get.
However, she was currently preparing them for Mr. and Miss. Devland competition, which will take place on October 30. The video revealed her stunning long physique, demonstrating why she was the ideal candidate to instruct these children. She also urged Mzansi to attend the show to support her children.
Her unrivalled acting talent has recently been in the news for all the right reasons. With her on-screen persona on Mzansi Magic’s drama series Diep City, South African actress Moshine “Mo” Mametja is making a lot of news.
She plays Aus Mary in Diep City. The actress performed in significant theatre productions like Stage Fright before making her screen debut. The bubbly actress was, however, very active in theatre in addition to her job. She talks too much and doesn’t listen to nonsense on-screen; she constantly engages in gossip with Sne, who also happens to be her friend. Her bravery in the theatre led to her being cast in Diep City. She co-stars in the drama series with Mzansi’s best actors, Dawn Thandeka King as Mashenge and Mduduzi Mabaso as Bra Eliot.
The actress has observed herself shifting from on-screen drama to personal life in the wake of her newfound fame. The actress is known for keeping her personal affairs private, but Mzansi feels the need to infer her age. The Oaks Ga-Sekororo, in the South African province of Limpopo, is where the actress, now 27, was born on October 18, 1994. She was later bred in Phalaborwa, though. At Hoerskool Frans du Toit, she graduated. At the Tshwane University of Technology Art Campus, she earned a degree in drama.
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Watch Mary from DiepCity teaching young girls how to model as she shows off her legs below: