This alluring beauty graces our small screen in one of the local productions Colors TV curated by executive producer, Samuel Ngwenya. However her major breakthrough was when she appeared on South Africa’s Etv Scandal after being discovered by Botswana’s Premiere Television and Acting Competition, Signed International, Talent ETC.

Even though her stay was short-lived, Ratsie continues to shine. She best describes herself as a fully-fledged story telling young lady both on screen and theatre. Furthermore, she is an award winning and seasoned actress with experience spanning over 9 years. In 2010, Ratsie (31) 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. In Colors, Ratsie plays a role of a CEO with a cast name, Amanda Kulube. She is this week’s crush…

What do you like doing your spare time?

I play with my daughter, come up with new recipes in the kitchen and also take care of my farming projects.

Who is your celebrity crush?

I can’t think of any, can it be that it’s more than one…ooooh boy!

Are you single?

Well (sigh) I’m not married yet so I am what they say when you are not married.

How would someone get your special attention?

By talking to me politely and appreciating God and of course my craft.

What has been your best/worst date?

Definitely the day I joined Scandal, the feeling was ‘yeah mama I made it’ and my worst will be the day I was diagnosed with endometriosis.

Would you date a fan?

Nah, am sorry guys.

What would you change your name to?

Hannah, don’t ask why but yes!

What’s your biggest pet peeve (something that’s particularly annoying)?

It has to be a cat.

What’s your annoying habit?

Laughing at people.

Do you ever get used to being a celebrity?

Lol… Sometimes when I think I’m fine with it, them Boom! It all seems new to me, but I enjoy it though sometimes honestly it’s annoying.

Who is your inspiration?

Taraji Hesnon, Connie Ferguson and Tyler Perry.

Do you speak any language?

Yebo ngiya khuluma buti, that’s Zulu, so I can speak Setswana, Zulu and English.

Where would like to visit?


If you were not famous. What would you be up to?

Counseling and masseuse – I like playing with my hands.

Who is the messiest person you know?

Uuuuuu Shem, Ina la Motho kgomo.

What’s the most interesting thing you have read or seen this week?

Goodness, my mother plaited my hair after so many years, maybe is a trap or something.

What would you like to be remembered about you?

Helping others reach their dreams and help them carry on with life after abuse.

What message would you like to give to your fans?

You’re beautiful, special and gifted just believe and live it.

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