Rosie Motene is an a-winning actor, TV and radio presenter, TV and film producer, voice-over artist, media trainer, global emcee, Rosie is also a strong activist against women abuse.
Rosie has done work for the UN Women arts advisory council, as well as a social activist and campaigner for the One Billion Rising campaign against women and child abuse.
She best known for her role on SABC1’s Generations, from 2000-2004, as journalist Tsego Motene. She was also popularly known for being the host of lifestyle magazine show Studio 53, where she became household name throughout Africa. She was the presenter of the show for five years and in 2006, Rosie became one of the directors and producers for the show, a position she filled until 2010.
She studied drama at Wits University in Johannesburg, which was when he acting career started, as she was then cast a few professional productions. Rosie also had a role in the 2004, historical drama Hotel Rwanda.
Rosie is also a choreographer as she choreographed the movement and dance of the stage production Deep in the Loca Lala, which at Johannesburg’s Market theatre. The production was even invited to perform at the Jerusalem Thespis Festival.
Rosie is now an ambassador of the Princess D menstal cups for women.