Meet Generations: The Legacy's Newest Star - Tidimalo Sehlako

Tidimalo will be taking the role of Nthabiseng, head of the Jambo Baba

By  | Jun 04, 2020, 11:30 AM  | Top of The

Tidimalo Sehlako is no stranger to the limelight, the actress played a short role in Mzansi Magic’s drama series iSithembiso. Tidimalo also made it to the top 5 of Miss South Africa 2014 before joining BET Africa as a presenter.

She’s now joined the cast of Generations: The Legacy and will be taking the role of Nthabiseng, head of the Jambo Baba. Her storyline is currently unfolding as head of the business, her storyline is building up to make fans of the show hooked on who she really is and what she does.
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Modelling Career

When she’s not on our television screens Tidimalo also models for one of SA's biggest modelling agencies Boss Models. Sehlako has worked on campaigns with Nivea and Avon but to name a few.
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Hobbies

In her spare time, Tidimalo loves to hang out with her friends and is a foodie. But now that it’s Covid19, she spends a lot of her time watching TV, her favourite shows include Queen Sono, Blood & Water, Queen of The South, Dynasty and Money Heist. The actress is also into books, her most-loved books include Black Skin, White Masks by Frantz Fanon and Understanding Your Potential by Dr Miles Munroe.
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Monash University

Tidimalo Sehlako is a Monash University Graduate. She holds a BA degree in Journalism.
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Corporate

The Journalism graduate was hired by Cell C as a Communications Officer. Her responsibilities were to initiate and head consumer communications strategy, CEO and staff engagement and internal communications. Sehlako was also head-hunted by telecommunications company ZTE, to be an Accounts Manager for the Government Enterprise division where she handled Accounts with Large Parastatals and Private companies.
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Yoga

Tidimalo is also a yoga instructor and is a wellness aficionado. Due to this, she became a Cotton On Body Ambassador.

Picture Credit: Instagram @tidimalo_s