“Hear ME Move” is South Africa’ s first sbujwa dance movie. It tells the story of Muzi.
Nyaniso Dzedze (Muzi) is a multi-faceted performing artist, specializing in stage and screen performance.After completing a Bachelor of Arts in Dramatic Arts (BADA) at the University of the Witwatersrand (Wits), he has since forged a successful career through numerous films, stage shows and television commercials. His credits include numerous international and national productions, such as Reach Our Soul (which toured numerous European countries), Uhami-aji, Unknown Equation, One Night Stand and several more. Nyaniso’s short film credits include: Trapped by My Wife, aMzansi Magic production, and Ukhamba (2013).
Bontle Modiselle (Khanyi) represented South Africa at the Music MayDay Dance and Culture Exchange Programme hosted in Holland and Germany. She was lead dancer on Big Brother Africa ‘The Chase’ (2013). Bontle holds the title of the Best Open Female Dancer of the national hip hop dance competition Masters of Rhythm (2007), featured in music videos and live performances for music stars, Mafikizolo, Jozi& Nigeria’s Davido, Wizkid and Iyanya. Her early credits include supporting actress and dancer in the dance film Zion, and has since worked with great brands such as Polaroid Headphones, Lucky Star, Debonairs Pizza and the Woolworths RE-Jeans 2014 Campaign.
Mbuso Kgarebe (Prince) is a pantsula dancer that began dancing in township dance crews at the age of 12. He later graduated from the Mama Africa Theater Company, performing at the Grahamstown National Arts Festival; in Australia at the Commonwealth Games Arts Festival, followed by a South African tour. He trained with Hip Hop dance company, Olympic Starz in Toulouse, France (2004) Film credits include award winning dance film, African Cypher (2011). In 2012, Mbuso was invited to Paris, Amsterdam and Brussels to teach his own dance technique of “township dance” in a form of workshops and choreographed the new Coca-Cola TV commercial. He is the new face of DSTV’s “No One Tells A Story Like Africans Do” campaign.
Makhaola-Mosuoe Ndebele (Shoes) has over two decades of insightful experience in theatre, television, and film acting. His various roles include: screenwriter, theatre director, dramatist, television producer and creative consultant. Amongst his many credits are the SABC drama Gaz’lam (2001, 2003) and another SABC situation comedy, Nomzamo (2006 to 2010). Amongst his theatrical outings are Touch My Blood (2009), The Hill (2009) by ZakesMda as well as Zakes’ classic satire, The Mother of All Eating. Makhaola has also served as a Judge Panel Jury member for the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd South African Film and Television Awards (2007 -2009); and as an International Jury Member for the World Cinema Competition, at the Pune International Film Festival (PIFF), in Maharashtra, India (2011).
S’thandiweKgoroge (Lerato) is an actress and fashion designer best known for her soapie roles as twins Zinzi and ZolekaMudau on SABC 1 Generations (1999-2005) and SABC 3 Isidingo (2005-2009)
She also starred in the SABC1 drama series YizoYizo, in 1999, for which she won the Avanti Award for Best Supporting Actress in a Drama Series. S’Thandiwe has most recently appeared in the internationally acclaimed Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom (2013) Fynbos (2012) and Heartlines(2006).
Wandile Molebatsi (Thami) has been involved in the television and film industry for over fifteen years beginning with adverts, then many years at Mnet’s KTV as a kids presenter. Alongside Wandile’s love for music has been the growth in his acting career with the challenging roles that he has recently played in numerous leading local and international dramas like: Soul City, ‘ER’(USA), When We Were Black, Life is Wild, Intersextions and Rhythm City. Wandileportayed the lead in Muntu in ‘A Million Colours’ (2010), the story of the life of Muntu Ndebele from the smash classic hit, ‘E-lollipop’ and Vista in ‘Skeem’ 2010 (winner of the audience choice award Abu Dhabi Film Festival). He also played Blessing Dlamini in the MNET Soap, ‘The Wild.’ Wandile attended the Hollywood Black Film Festival where A Million Colours was chosen to open the festival in October 2011.