Motsoaledi Kgothatso Elna Setumo|
April 15, 1991
Gauteng, South Africa
|Education||Boston Media House|
|Years active||2015 - to date|
Generations: The Legacy|
Motsoaledi Setumo (born 15 April 1991) is a South African radio producer and actress best known for her recurring role as Thabitha Cele (Thabi), on SABC 1 soap opera Generations: The Legacy alongside Connie Ferguson, Manaka Ranaka, Vusi Kunene, Thulisile Phongolo and Rapulana Seiphemo.
Motsoaledi Setumo was born Motsoaledi Kgothatso Elna Setumo on 15 April 1991 in the township of Kagiso on the Westrand in the Gauteng province of South Africa. She was an only child to her mother Glenda Setumo and a first born to her father Johnny Setumo. Her mother was involved in a car accident when she was eight years old and she stayed with relatives for years while her mother was still recovering from the accident, which left her quadriplegic. She studied Media Studies and specialised in Radio Broadcasting at Boston Media House, from 2011-2013.
Her role on Generations, in June 2015, was her first credited screen acting role. She auditioned three times before she landed the role of Thabitha. In 2016 she was cast in a starring role as Tselane Dlamini on Mzansi Magic's telenovela, Greed & Desire. In 2018 was cast as Mmabatho on the Mzansi Magic soap opera The Queen, alongside Themba Ndaba, Connie Ferguson, Sthembiso Khoza, Khayakazi Kula and Shona Ferguson.
|2015||Generations: The Legacy||Thabitha Cele (Thabi)||Soap opera|
|2016 - 2017||Greed & Desire||Tselane Dlamini||Telenovela|
|2018||The Queen||Mmabatho||Soap opera|