Makgofe Moagi plays the character of Charity Ramabu on the SABC soap drama series Skeem Saam. It’s a series that revolve around the Turf area.
This is the SABC Skeem Saam character profile “Charity Ramabu is a tall, gorgeous, graceful 37-year-old woman, who returned from a long stay in Scotland, where she completed her studies in Speech and Hearing Therapy. She is warm and free-spirited, a dreamer who is always up to something. She looks at the world positively and she knows how to use fashion and make-up to enhance her beauty. She was born and bred in Turf, and is now a speech therapist at Turfloop Hospital.
She is a regular jogger who keeps an active lifestyle and sticks to a healthy diet. This beauty is a no-nonsense, sophisticated woman who knows exactly what she wants from relationships. After matric in Turfloop she went to Johannesburg to study. That is where she met Robert Larry Petersen and fell deeply in love with him. She fell pregnant and gave birth to their son Katlego. She is still dealing with the fallout after her disastrous romance with Marothi, which nearly sent Granny to prison, and brought many of her own personal secrets into public view.
She has a 5-year old son, Joseph – a product of her marriage to Kerrin Edwards. Her life is very complicated.
Makgofe Moagi BIO
She is a South African television presenter, actress, business woman and a model who was born in Phalaborwa, Limpopo.
Before she joined the third season of Skeem Saam in 2014 she played the role of Tumi in the first season of the SABC2 drama series 90 Plein Street in 2007. In the second season of Plein Street in 2009 she played the role of Maphaseka.
She was also a suitcase model on the M-Net game show Deal o No Deal the South African version.
She won the Ponds National Competition to host the SABC2 talk show Motswako from 2005 to 2006.
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She once worked as a Chemistry teacher for the Ethiopian Department of Education.
She is a master of ceremonies and a pro-youth supporter, she worked alongside the Wits Business School Students’ Association.