Thembi Seete
Actress and singer Thembi Seete has been gracing our television screens for over two decades. The star has been in different productions, such as Kings Of Joburg, Yizo Yizo, and the popular soapie Gomora Thembi is the latest addition to the Idols SA judges panel, alongside Somizi Mhlongo and music producer JR.

Thembi Seete is regarded as one of the best actresses from Mzansi. The talented star who has been gracing our screens for decades has featured in films such as Yizo Yizo, Kings of Joburg and Gomora as Gladys.

Born: 25 March 1977 (age 45 years), Soweto

She is a mother 

Thembi Seete is a mother to a handsome baby boy Dakalo. The star has gushed about her son in many social media posts. In April, Thembi posted a heartwarming post to celebrate Dakalo's fourth birthday. She wrote:

"Happy birthday to the little boy who stole my heart. Mommy loves you, my mokomosos. Oh Dakalo, God bless you, King."

She is a singer and actress. 

Thembi first shot to fame as a member of the singing group Boom Shaka. The group disbanded in 2000, and the star found her acting career. Since then, she has starred in some of the country's best productions.

Thembi Seete's house 

The Gomora star's house is in the leafy suburb of Greenstone Hill, East of Johannesburg, ZAlebs reports. The property became a social media topic following reports that it was about to be repossessed due to the star's failure to make payments.


If there is one star, which must be lauded for keeping her love life away from social media, it's Thembi Seete. The star was once engaged to Bobo "Bo" Seritsane, but they broke up. She then started dating Lerato Moloi's ex-husband Collen Mashawana who is believed to be Dakalo's father.

Idols SA judge 

Mzansi was ecstatic when Thembi Seete was announced as one of the biggest talent shows' judges. Thembi, together with famous music producer JR replaced Unathi Nkayi and Randal. The pair will be joining Somizi Mhlongo on the panel. Reacting to the announcement at the time, Thembi said it was like a dream come true. She wrote:

"It feels like a dream. It's as if someone woke me up and said, don't worry, you had a wild imagination."