Based Cape Town

Within the Primedia stable, she has participated in a number of round-table discussions on news and talk station, Cape Talk, regarding social issues, as well as completing various voice-over projects. She relishes engaging in intimate conversation with her listeners, accompanied by love jams, on “Kfm Sunday Love Songs with Mamohau”, every Sunday, from 7-10pm.

Mamohau thrives as a lifestyle model and performer. Her modelling portfolio exhibits her immense versatility and vibrant personality, having shot campaigns for leading brands including Levi’s, Globacom, Nedbank, Pep, Lewis, Sportsman’s Warehouse, and more.

While she sadly does not personally know Charlize Theron, Mamohau comes “straight outta” Benoni”, Johannesburg, but now wakes up to much-loved views of Table Mountain, while pursuing her LLB degree. With a voice described as “golden”, she is an accomplished voice over artist, having lent her voice to many a corporate campaign, TV and radio advertisements, and social initiatives, including the Third Inter-ministerial Conference for Health and Environment in Africa, as well as serving as the brand new station voice for Gauteng’s biggest commercial talk radio station, 702, and Cape Talk. You may also hear her while walking into your favourite store, as an in-store retail voice for various outlets. In addition,

As a sought-after master of ceremonies, her portfolio includes the first TEDx Stellenbosch Women’s event, the Sanlam Top Destination Awards, the Empower Me Women’s Day celebration, the Bubbles & Bliss annual charity event, and the LeadSA Heroes Awards, to name a few. She also masterfully hosts and facilitates dialogues & discussions, including the Chambord Freedom Day Women’s Lunch and Celebrity Power Panel, in conversation with successful celebrity women who are trailblazers in their fields.

While studying at Stellenbosch University, Mamohau was elected Irene Residence’s head of Critical Engagement, First Years, and Welcoming, and pioneered the very first Women Empowerment portfolio in her student community, a reflection of her passion for uplifting women and girls. As a law student, Mamohau is passionate about human rights and social justice. She aspires to truly be a change maker and broaden access to legal mechanisms to effect tangible change. She works for The Justice Desk, an internationally-recognised and award-winning Queen’s Young Leaders human rights NPO, which aims to empower local people to understand and defend their human rights.

When she’s not working on her diverse career endeavours, Mamohau enjoys the cultural side of life, travelling, adventuring, and experiencing the beauty South Africa has to offer. She loves being engrossed in a new read while drinking copious amounts of tea, dancing (very badly), trying out new restaurants and cuisine, hiking, playing netball with her team, and doing a “sho’t left” to explore the country’s countless local gems.