South African actress Keketso Semoko ( born 10 June, 1964) is well known for playing Ma Agnes Matabane in the SABC3 soap opera Isidingo from July 1998 to August 2014. In this article we will look into her life and work.
Biography profile of Keketso Semoko
Full name: Keketso Semoko
Date of birth: 10 June 1964
Place of birth: Soweto, Gauteng province
Education: BA hons Degree in Dramatic Arts and Certificate in Photography
Known for: How to ruin Christmas
Nationality: South African
Early life of Keketso Semoko
She is the youngest of nine children—six brothers and two sisters—and was born on June 10. Her mother is a retired nurse, and when she was 15, her father was killed in an accident. And as a result of her father’s demise, she had o grow up with a single mother. However, her mother did her very best to make sure she was fed and dressed.
Education of Keketso Semoko
After graduating from Lofentse Girls High School in Orlando East, Gauteng, Semoko went on to the University of the Witwatersrand to get a BA Hons Degree in Dramatic Arts and a Certificate in Photography. 
Personal life of Keketso Semoko
Her personal life is unknown. However, we’d like to think that she has a husband and children and possibly grand children at this point. However, if such information may be disclosed we will update this section.
Career in Theater
She made her stage debut in the stage adaptation of A Raisin in the Sun by Lorraine Hansberry, directed by Maishe Maponya. Other plays she has performed in include George Wolfe’s The Colored Museum, a workshop production of The Hottentot Venus. In which she played the tragic Sartjie Baartman, the young Khoi girl. Who was displayed as a freak throughout France, and Sezar. Which was performed at both the Market Theatre in South Africa and the Oxford Playhouse in Britain.
Career in Television of Keketso Semoko
She has had guest appearances in the sitcom Going Up as well as the television shows Justice for All and Young Justice. The movies Dr. Lucille Teasdale, a Canadian/South African co-production, Mr. Bones (2001), A Reasonable Man (1999), Drum (2002), and An African Tale by Jason Xenopoulos are among them. Thereafter, in the 2004 made-for-TV film King Solomon’s Mines, starring Patrick Swayze, she also portrayed Mooma Tuussee.
Three months after the show’s debut, in July 1998, Keketso began playing the lead role in the soap opera Isidingo. For her portrayal as Ma Agnes Matabane, she took up the 2007 SAFTA prize for Best Actress in a TV Soap. 
More TV career
She had an appearance in the 2008 full-length movie The Seven of Daran: Battle of Pareo Rock. As examples of those who have most influenced her, she names Mary Twala, Nomhle Nkonyeni, Cicely Tyson, Sydney Poitier, and Morgan Freeman.
She was born on the same day as Generations actress Connie Ferguson. Keketso collaborates on the Ulwazi Educational Radio Project as a producer and writer. In August 2014, Ketetso left Isidingo. The final member of the Matabane family to be eliminated off the soap opera was her character Ma Agnes Matabane. On August 12, 2014, a Tuesday, her farewell program aired. 
According to her agency she stands at a tall stature of 172cm or 1.72m. However, this number may be a bit far fetched considering how short she looks in films,