A Phenomenal, kind and go getter woman she is. Getting to know her better in and, outside the entertainment industry is really an interesting story to tell . As she takes us through the journey of discovering her true potentials.
📰 WHO IS TSHEDI?
🎤 Matshediso Florence Mholo is a Mother, a daughter, an artist, philanthropist and a business woman. I born and raised in a township called Boikhutso, Lichtenburg in the North West Province, together with my parents and siblings. I attended school in Bethel girls high school and went to study teaching at the University of North West. During my years of varsity I was also an active member at Mmabana Cultural Centre “anything that has do with Art I was in”, and that is were my music career began.
Going forward, in the year 1996 I was crowed to be first Miss Heritage during that area it was called Bana ba Kgwale. The very same year I was awarded a certificate in Drama of which it qualified me to teach Arts and Culture.
📰 TELL US ABOUT YOUR BLACK ENTERTAINMENT AWARD, WHAT DOES IT MEAN TO YOU ?
🎤 To be honest being nominated for “Best Artist” really took me by surprise and am excitedly looking forward to the main event. It my first time being nominated as an individual artist and, for me it’s another stepping stone for people to recognize me outside the Brand. Whether I win or not at the end of the day I know my efforts did not fall in an empty soil. I will really appreciate each and every one’s vote. Let people vote for who they believe they deserve to win.
📰 SO IN THAT CASE ARE YOU STILL WITH MALAIKA OR…?
🎤Yes-I am still part of the pop group, we are still pushing, performing and entertaining our supporters. And currently we are on a worldwide tour as a group, we have been to Botswana and we looking forward to perform at Moretele on the 31st of August.
📰 WHAT ARE YOU CURRENTLY DOING BESIDES MUSIC, YOUR CAREER GOALS?
🎤I am a motivational speaker, and currently working with Smile foundation. It is an organization that gives smile to kids from disadvantage backgrounds, by helping them with re-contractive surgeries and, also help with funds during surgical procedures. Am an ambassador of Department of basic Education the “need to read campaign “, where we encourage people to read in order for them to increase their vocabulary. I strongly believe in giving back to community, hence am not being paid for doing so from the goodness of my heart.
Setswana se re “Motho ke Motho ka Batho ba bangwe”