Ketlego Maboe is a MC, TV Presenter, Actor, Singer and Even a Model. Trilingual Katlego Maboe is not only host of The Expresso Show* – the Feel Good Breakfast Show broadcast weekdays from 06h00 to 09h00 – but also a second season of Strictly Come Dancing (2014 and 2015).
Awarded the title of Presenter of the Year at the 2015 and 2016 South African Film and Television Awards (SAFTAs) as well as at the 2016 YOU Spectacular Awards, Maboe has grown year-on year into a well-known TV presenter, singer, voiceover artist, MC, model and actor. Speaking fluent Afrikaans, English and Setswana, accompanied by an on-point sense of humour, Maboe effortlessly manoeuvres around any given situation and transcends any demographic border Amongst his many accolades, Katlego was crowned the most stylish male celebrity in South Africa at the 2014 YOU Spectacular Awards, and featured in the 2015 South African Menswear Week modelling for Presidential Shirts.
Maboe’s biggest passion by far has always been music; a burning passion he has fuelled since becoming a member of the North West Children’s Choir in 1998.
His love for singing manifested itself in his involvement in the well-known South African acapella boy-band, Flip a Coin, as one of the group’s lead vocalists and beat-boxers. Hailing from the town of Potchefstroom, Maboe completed his schooling at Potchefstroom Central School and Potchefstroom High School for Boys, matriculating in 2004.Thereafter he proceeded to study for a B.Com degree in Chartered Accountancy at the North West University which he completed in 2007. Throughout his life, Maboe has been very active in cultural, sporting and academic activities; taking a keen interest in various sporting codes; excelling to provincial level in cricket.
In 2015 Maboe put his athletic abilities to the test when he took part in the charity boxing match Unfinished Business. Pitted against Lunga Shabalala, Maboe won the match 3-0. Appointed a HOPE Cape Town Goodwill Ambassador in 2014, Maboe is regularly involved in philanthropic projects that focus on education and health, such as his ongoing community work with HOPE Cape Town and riding the Cape Town Cycle Tour twice in the name of charity (with Michael Mol in 2011 for Open Gate, and in 2013 riding for Pick n Pay in support of the Velokhaya Cycling Club).