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WATCH: Interesting Facts About Skeem Saam’s Oratile Maitisa

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WATCH: Interesting Facts About Skeem Saam’s Oratile Maitisa

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Every evening after Skeem Saam airs, it immediately trends on social media. Reason being that the SABC1 hit drama is a fan favorite. Every episodes leaves us asking for more because of the storyline as well as the talented cast.

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Actors such as Oratile Maitisa are the reasons fans across the country and beyond are glued to the screen every single week day.

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Oratile Maitisa was born on March 1, 1999 in Seshego, Limpopo, just outside Polokwane.

Her sole sibling is her older brother, whom she considers to be a major inspiration.

She started school at MP Malatjie Primary School in Seshego Zone 8 in 2005. She completed her matriculation at Capricorn High School in Polokwane.

Despite the fact that she did not attend university, her desire has always been to study for a Bachelor of Arts degree in live performance at Africa Film Drama Art (AFDA) School.

She joined Skeem Saam in 2010, where she portrays Eunice Nkadimeng, a sweet and innocent young girl.

Eunice has lofty goals and has decided to attend university in Johannesburg, where success is thought to be easier to obtain. She experienced her first true taste of being in love, as many young ladies do when they move to the city, but she also had her first taste of devastating heartbreak a few weeks later.

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Oratile is an accomplished singer and dancer in addition to being a skilled actress. She has taken dancing lessons at a Polokwane academy.

She also claimed that she is deeply spiritual. Oratile is a youth evangelist and has robed into two guilds at church.

In June this year, Oratile announced that was a Sangoma. She took to Instagram to share videos and pictures of what looked like her graduation day.

She lists Diary of a Mad Black Woman as her favorite movie. Her reasons are that the movie shows how strong women can be, it also shows how women can hold their own in this world and be in control.

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