Morithitho Foundation was formally registered in 2014 (# 132-442 NPO) but has been running projects in the arts and entertainment industry for the past 5 years. Our belief is that the world is constantly changing, and we also have to adjust to evolving trends in our sector. With the removal of physical borders, the emergence of a global market invokes the need for South African local dancers and artists to be equally competitive in order to capture the same clientele targeted by artists all over the world. This can only be achieved if we produce exceptionally competent, versatile and world-class dance acts artists of all genres.
Our contribution to the arts and entertainment sector is through mentorship, training and development of world class dancers able to survive and excel through the rigorous demands of the trade and mark themselves as champions who can make a living through their passion. It is our heartfelt wish to diminish mediocrity and produce artists with an excellence, superiority and distinction amongst their peers and therefore compete and gain the same employment and business opportunities available for artists the world over.
Working with a team of highly qualified and experienced coaches and administrators, Morithitho Foundation endeavours to achieve their vision as that one Academy that changed the face of the arts.
Morithitho Foundation aspires to be an organisation at the forefront of awakening, uprooting and fine-tuning Africa’s talent and bringing economic awareness to the forefront, through producing innovative, well skilled entrepreneurs and job opportunity as a result.
Be the leading organisation with a holistic approach to sport, arts, recreation and culture in South Africa and Africa, by producing excellence through empowering and teaching artistic individuals and creating job opportunities in the arts sector of South Africa and Africa. Bringing quality skills to the less privileged and uplifting their lives through cultural recognition and the Arts.
“Changing lives through dance!”
Founder: Tebogo Kgobokoe
Widely known as the Dance Queen of Africa, Tebogo Kgobokoe has risen from her roots as a young traditional dancer in the North-West Province of South Africa to an acclaimed World Professional Champion, coach and adjudicator and successful businesswoman. Holistically talented, Ms Tebogo Kgobokoe has excelled in various dance genres and remains the undefeated 10 times South African professional Latin American and Ballroom dance champion, and seven times South African Professional Latin American champion and has represented South Africa 13-times to the World Championships.
She has competed and now adjudicates world-wide in the United Kingdom, Germany, Japan, Malaysia, the USA, Holland, Hong Kong, France, Switzerland, and many other countries and ultimately attained the 6th finalist position in the World Professional Latin category in 2005. Judging by her clientele, Ms Tebogo Kgobokoe is certainly a respected international dance-sport household name.
Ms Tebogo Kgobokoe became the youngest ever qualified South African dance coach and adjudicator, at the tender age of 16. In her 30 years’ experience she has fittingly dazzled South Africans with her unforgettable professional artistry, leadership, and charming personality. The straight-talking beauty remains one of the most respected and invincible artists in South Africa and the world at large. Ms Tebogo Kgobokoe serves a wide clientele worldwide as an adjudicator, multi-genre dance teacher, trainer, coach to some of the world’s top couple-dancers, a motivational speaker, and an arts consultant. She is one of South African’s top choreographers, coaches some of the country’s top professional and amateur dancers and is coach to the current South African Junior, Youth and Adult Champions.
Ms Tebogo Kgobokoe is an arts education specialist, a founder of Tebogo Kgobokoe Arts Academy (TKAA) and Training College, she is a World Dance Council adjudicator, a successful businesswoman and entrepreneur. She has served as a panelist in the National Arts Council while sitting on the North-West Provincial Arts and Culture Executive Committee, served as a revered and riveting judge on Strictly Come Dancing (2013-2016), Dancing With The Stars SA (2018) TV shows and as a Rumba in the Jungle adjudicator and ambassador (2017-2018).
Ms Tebogo Kgobokoe holds several prestigious awards under her belt on the socio-economic front. Among others, such awards include; winner of the Tshwane Business-Women’s Award; Shoprite Women of the Year Award; Rapport and City Press Prestige Women’s Award; Feather Awards and Cosmopolitan Awesome Women, Businesswomen’s Association – Entrepreneurship category Winner, CEO Magazine’s Most Influential Woman in the Arts 2013, 2014 (in SA and SADEC region) and Mbokodo Dance Recognition Award Winner.
I am pleased to provide this letter of Endorsement in support of the Morithitho Foundation, a Non-Profit Organisation founded and directed by Ms. Tebogo Kgobokoe.
The Morithitho Foundation runs various projects in the arts and entertainment industries that have the aim of bringing quality skills to the less privileged, thereby uplifting their lives through cultural recognition and the arts.
The Morithitho Foundations’ mission is to produce excellence through empowering and teaching artistic individuals and creating job opportunities in the arts sector of South Africa and Africa.
Indefinate Trading Investments
We have been associated and involved with the Morithitho Foundation since 2018. Our involvement as a company began in an advisory capacity and has since been extended into financial support.
The reason our support has extended as such was due to specific reasons: Ms Tebogo, founder and owner of Morithitho Foundation, renown & well respected for her amazing abilities & achievements in many areas of dance as well as coach and mentor to dance champions locally & internationally, is a unique person with a sincere passion for bringing the wonderful benefits of dance to all communities in and around South Africa.
Non-Profit Organisation # 132-442 NPO