motso ratsie

Motso is an award winning and seasoned actress with experience spanning over 9 years. Her artistic performances reflect her exceptional skill of entrenched interpretation of the characters she portrays. She translates her experiences and observations into thought provoking representation with vibrant use of body language and a euphonious voice with alto, tenor and soprano ranges. In 2010 she won an Overall Best Actress in BOTA National Drama Competition which gave her a scholarship. She has also won the Best Female Theatre Director for the same competitions in 2013. Her extensive acting work has been covered by TV interview and print media in Botswana. She was on billboards for BBS internet banking transactions advert, on TV advert for Botswana Life Insurance, short film GAO for the Ministry of Health and on radio jingles on RB2 and GABZ FM. Motso was the 2014 second runner up on Signed International Acting and Film Competition, Botswana’s first acting and film competition. Motso has graced the South African television screens with roles on Zibondiwe, Saints and Sinners 2 and Scandal. 2016 Motso played a role in a theatre production for independence opening celebration in Botswana that was live on 29 September 2016 at the national stadium. She also was in a theatre production called Born Around Here that was staged at Maitisong Annual arts Festival and travelled to Cape town to be staged there, she is currently spear heading an initiative of giving less privilage sanitary pads and toiletry at her home country (district), also directing a theatre piece called THE SIGNATURE that will be staged at the 2017 Maitisong arts annual festival. Motso also facilitates theater workshops and is efficient at report writing. Motso also writes short stories. She has also adjudicated on Botswana Constituency Art Competitions. In addition to her acting career Motso has a knack for business administration and studied Human Resource Management certificate & diploma at LKM Vocational Center (private institute). She has worked as an HR Officer at a production company and as a sales person for a catering company. On a social entrepreneurship front she is part of a collective that registered and runs an NGO that address issues of gender based violence. She is currently the CEO of The House Of Comfort pty Ltd that is operational in Botswana.

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