|Stage Name:||Thabiso Mokhethi|
|Real Name:||Thabiso Kevin Mokhethi|
|Occupation:||Actor, Presenter, Producer and Scriptwriter|
Date Of Birth/Age:
|12 August 1983 (40 Years Old)|
|Place of Birth:||Soweto, South Africa|
|Marital Status:||Gaaratwe (ex-wife)|
|Education:||University of Johannesburg|
Thabiso Kevin Mokhethi is a South African actor, television presenter, scriptwriter, and entrepreneur. He is best known for playing the role of Samuel Khumalo on the SABC1 soapie Generations from 2005-2011. Mokhethi was also a presenter of the religious shows Agape on SABC1 (from 2008-2010) and Re:fresh on DStv’s ONE Gospel in 2012.
He founded the events and artist management company Living Righteousness Entertainment in 2010. The company mentors aspiring entertainers using the experience Mokhethi gathered while working in various vocations. He hosted the Mzansi Magic/Mzansi Wethu game show Ka-Ching in 2013. He also had a guest starring role as Musa on the e.tv series Rhythm City in 2018, having made his first appearance in March 2018.
He also hosts Mzansi Wethu’s uMndende. The show assists people receiving social grants but have problems with family members who misuse or hide and lie about the money.
Thabiso Mokhethi was born in Soweto, South Africa, on 12 August 1983. He celebrated his 40th birthday on August 12, 2023. He currently resides in Johannesburg.
The exact estimate of Thabiso Mokhethi’s net worth is unknown to the public. He has not revealed it. However, despite taking a two-year hiatus, he has had steady-paying jobs in entertainment and a thriving company.
Thabiso Mokhethi does not share photos of his house on social media.
Mokhethi has not shared photos of his car on social media.
Parents & Siblings
Mokhethi lost his mother in a car accident in 2013. She had helped him battle several behavioral challenges when he was younger. He told Sunday World, “In 2013, I lost my mother and my younger brother in a car accident. My brother was driving when they were hit by another car and they died on the spot.” He also opened up about how close they were before they died, “My mother and I were so close that we referred to each other as friends, and my brother was like a son to me because we had lost our father in 1999, so I was doing all the fatherly duties.”
Mokhethi was married to Gaaratwe, and they had three children, including Thabisa and Thaboya Morena Christian. He told Sunday World that 2014 was a hard year for both of them. They began having marriage issues due to his loneliness and depression after losing his immediate family. He said he physically abused his wife and sort help from two therapists.
“2014 was the worst year of our lives, my wife and I. I realized I was in a dark place when I started hurting the only person I love the most in this world. I became physically abusive to my wife, and because of that, I almost lost my family until I realized I had a problem that needed to be dealt with,”
He said, “When I hurt my wife, I realized I had to change. So, I opened myself up to therapy because I value peace and love, and joy. I knew therapy works because it had worked when I was in rehab for drugs many years ago. I also spoke to my pastor at church because I had guilt, shame, and doubt. I wondered if God knew I even existed. My relationship with God saved me, and now my wife is my best friend, and I want to thank her for giving me a chance to change my life.” They later separated.
Thabiso has mostly starred in television series. They include,
Black Tax – Season 2 as Zweli, Generations as Samuel Khumalo, It’s Gospel Time Season 15 and 16, Ka-Ching Season 1 and 2, Omen Season 1 as Nelson, Re:fresh Season 1, Rhythm City Season 1 as Musa, and Zaziwa Season 3.