Sechaba Morojele

Business Role Player, Actor, Writer, Director

Sechaba Morojele  is a Business Role Player, having worked for Performance Role Play Training for over 5 years. He has Role Played primarily for Vodacom (in South Africa, Tanzania, Mozambique, Lesotho and the DRC), ABSA, Standard Bank and for DukeCE.  Sechaba was also part of a team of Role Players from South Africa who worked with the World Bank in Rwanda and Washington DC.

He has a strong track record, having worked in the TV and Film industry for over fifteen years. He got his BSc. Degree in Statistics at the University of Manchester in 1984 and worked for four years as a Statistician in England and then at Eskom in South Africa before giving it all up to pursue a career in the film industry.

In 1999 Sechaba enrolled at the American Film Institute (AFI), in Los Angeles to do an MFA in Film Directing where his thesis film, Ubuntu’s Wounds,that he wrote and directed, won numerous awards, including the prestigious Franklin J. Schaffner award for directing the best thesis film from his year; Best Short Film at the Pan African Film Festival in Los Angeles and The Director’s Guild of America (DGA) Student Award for outstanding achievement in Directing. As a writer Sechaba has written extensively, writing dramas, documentaries, educational shows, sitcoms, and one feature film (Tasha – A film based in Lesotho). Such writing projects include Ubuntu’s Wounds, Hola Mpinji, Generations, Isidingo, 99 Plein Street, Soul City TV & Radio, Kelebone, Choice, Switch onto Science, An IEC radio drama, and he was Head Writer on Mponeng, to mention a few.