Bonang Matheba

Bonang Matheba is no stranger to South African television. The popular presenter started her television career on television at 15 appearing in youth and educational programmes.

Her big break came with SABC1's music show "LIVE", where she entertained seven million viewers weekly. Now presenter on South Africa's premiere lifestyle and magazine show, Top Billing and host of Clash of the Choirs South Africa, Matheba is also an on-air presenter of the popular radio show, "The Beehive with the Queen B" on youth station, YFM.

Twenty five year old Matheba regularly shares the stage with well respected international and local performers as a Master of Ceremonies, hosting events such as the Sunday Times Generation Next Awards, the recent E! Entertainment Brand Evolution Celebration Event, the 17th Annual MTN South African Music Awards, The GQ Best Dressed Men of the Year Awards, AFI Africa Fashion Awards, Trey Songz Concert, 50 Cent and G-Unit Concert and was the youngest host of the Metro FM Music Awards, speaking to over four million viewers.

In 2008 she launched her first clothing range with Legit, called Just B and followed that up in 2009 with her own range of trendy handbags called Baby Star. Her sponsors and endorsers currently include Gert Johan Coetzee, SAB Brutal Fruit, Diva Divine and Lifestyle.

Matheba seems set on trying her hand at acting. She stars in Intersexions ll as a Sotho-speaking nurse Seipati. This is second acting role since her debut on Discovery Channel documentary Scouts Safari in 2003. She got the part after auditioning in Johannesburg.

With her drivenness and joie de vivre, there's no telling what's next for this young talented entertainer.

Linda Sebezo is a seasoned actress, professional dancer, actor and singer with more than 30 years experience in the entertainment industry under her belt. Sebezo has been involved in various productions on television, stage and international films.

Her acting profession began in 1980 with Gibson Kente Productions.  Since then she has toured nationally and overseas showcasing her talent.

She also has extensive  television experience on top productions which include

Generations; Samsokolo; Jozi Maboneng; Sgud's Nays; Hlala Kwabafileyo; Kwakhala Nyonini; Ashiffa Shaba; Gaz'Lam; Muvhango; Soul Buddyz; Isidingo; A Place Called Home; Back Stage; Surprise For The Dutch (An International movie); Rhythm City and Stokvela.

The latest addition to her list of acting roles is award winning drama Intersexions ll where she stars as Matron Agnes. Sebezo says "The high levels of professionalism and being part of the educational programme Intersexions was a great working experience for me and I would love to work with such an exceptional team in the future." 

Recently she has directed two of Gibson Kente's plays namely "The Call" and "Mfowethu".  She has also been involved in adjudication and development of young artists into professional dancers, singers and actors.

She has also featured as a lead actress on various stage plays such as: Money Maker; Location 1973; iPhi Ntombi; Love, Crime and Johannesburg; Julius Caesar; Ababemi; Ziyabheda; Things Are Bad Mzala; Wemame; What A Shame; She Fears The Night; No Peace In The Family; Mfowethu; The GK's; Hungry Spoon and Die Pakkamer  which she received a nomination for.

Episode 4 was directed by Rolie Nikiwe