Dineo Moeketsi is a South African actress, presenter, and singer who first gained prominence as the host of Craz-e, an e.tv children's show. She rose to further fame for her roles on television shows such as Muvhango, Rockville, and The Queen, as well as her starring role in the feature film Hear Me Move.

Dineo was born in Johannesburg, South Africa on 10 April 1985. She was raised by her mother, a single parent, along with her two siblings. From a young age, Dineo was passionate about the performing arts and was a member of a local theater group. She also enrolled in dance classes and took part in a few amateur theater projects.

In 2006, at the age of 21, Dineo got her big break when she was cast as the host of the e.tv children's show Craz-e. She quickly gained popularity among viewers of the show. After two years on the show, Dineo decided to take a break and pursue a career in acting.

In 2008, she landed her first major role on the popular South African soap opera Muvhango. She played the character of Tshidi Phakade, a young woman from a modest background. Her performance on the show earned her an SABC 2's Royalty of the Screen Award for Best Actress in a Soap Opera.

In 2013, Dineo landed the role of Thabiso Moloisi in the Mzansi Magic drama series, Rockville. Her performance earned her a nomination for Best Actress in a Television Drama at the South African Film and Television Awards.

In 2015, Dineo landed a starring role in the feature film Hear Me Move, a romantic drama set in the world of South African street dance. Her performance earned her a Best Actress nomination at the 2016 Africa Movie Academy Awards. She was also nominated for Best Actress in a Feature Film at the South African Film and Television Awards.

In addition to her acting, Dineo is also a successful singer. In 2010, she released her debut single 'No More', which was a top 10 hit in South Africa. She has since released several other singles and has collaborated with various local and international artists.

Dineo has become one of the most recognizable faces in South African entertainment. She is an inspiration to many young South Africans and is considered a symbol of the nation's growing entertainment industry.

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