Mbasa Tsetsana is an author, director, and actor in the theater. He not only writes but also acts in screenplays. He is currently working as an intern for Muvhango, a well-known soap opera in South Africa. Moreover, he played the role of Mondli in Knuckle City (2019).
Biography Profile of Mbasa Tsetsana
Full name: Mbasa Tsetsana
Date of birth: Unknown
Place of birth: East London, Eastern Cape, South Africa
Education: Bachelor of Art and Dramatic Arts (HONS) University of Witwatersrand (WITS)
Occupation: Actor, author, director,
Known for: Mondli from Knuckle City
Net worth: N/A
Nationality: South African
Not much information is available about Mbasa. However, we do know that the actor and playwright was born in East London in the Eastern Cape. The South African born actor also atttended an all boys High School growing up. Which did not have drama and that pushed him.
Education of Mbasa Tsetsana
After completing his high school education. Mbasa enrolled at the University of the Witswatersrand to study Dramatic Arts. Moreover, he went on to further his studies to an Honours Level. 
Acting career and theatrical experience of Mbasa Tsetsana
His plays Waiting For Nelson, which received the festival’s best drama award, have been performed on venues like The South African State Theatre, The Market Theatre Laboratory, and The Roodepoort Theatre’s Youth Arts Festival.
His former theater instructor and life counselor, Mrs. Joan Pike, ignited the match in 2004. He received an invitation to try out for Amanda Bothma’s 2004 Guild Theatre production of CINDERELLA. His strong love and enthusiasm for the performing arts and drama were born on the day he was cast as a palace footman. 
Recognition for Waiting for Nelson
Waiting for Nelson, an award-winning production by East London-born actor, writer, and director Mbasa Tsetsana. Was presented by the DUT’s Department of Drama and Production Studies on Saturday, July 23 of 2016, at 6 p.m. in the Courtyard theater.
Waiting for Nelson, a student production directed by DUT directing student Sphephelo Dlamini. Was double-billed alongside this professional staging. The unusual opportunity for audiences to watch two performances of the same play performed back-to-back with a break in between is presented.
A Q&A session with the writers, directors, and cast will be held after the second version. In 2014, Tsetsana released the play under the Off The Wall Plays imprint. Sphephelo Dlamini, a DUT student studying directing, then approached him and asked