Mahlubi Kraai was a South African actor, director, choreographer, dancer and singer. He died 2 May 2021, age 47 years old.
Name: Mahlubi Kraai
Age: 47 years old (2021)
Died: 2 May 2021
From: Rustenburg, North West
Nationality: South African
Occupation: Actor, Dancer, Singer and Choreographer.
Languages: English, Africaans, Setswana and Sotho
Personal life history of late Mahlubi Kraai
Mahlubi Kraai was a South African actor, producer, dancer and singer. He was born 1974 and he died 2 May 2021 at the age of 47. His death took place in Rustenburg in North West province of South Africa.
He spoke Setswana, English, Zulu, North Sotho, and Afrikaans in addition to other languages.
Although he had been active in theater shows since 1992, Mahlubi enrolled for a National Diploma in Drama at Technikon Pretoria from 1995 to 1997.
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Career journey in acting
He performed in numerous theatre productions in the nineties, including Noqawuse, directed by Pogiso Mogwera; Sophiatown, directed by Wendy Sokhupha; Boesman and Lena, directed by Rene Tedoux; The Island, directed by Jerry Pooe; Three Penny Opera, directed by Etienne Puren; Tongues, directed by Janine Lewis; and Messiah, directed by Denny Moleko.
Other theatre productions include PAST, directed by Greg Melvill-Smith; Cold Stone Jug, directed by Mncedisi Shabangu; Biko, directed by Martin Koboekae; Not With My Gun, directed by Aubrey Sekhabi; and the Mpumelelo Paul Grootboom-directed plays Julius Caesar and Relativity.
In 2000, he made his acting debut in Orlando as Pitso Masalesa. Since then, he has appeared in many television shows, such as Ke Nako, Generations, Snitch, Isidingo, Mzansi, Soul City, Rhythm City, Hillside, and Gauteng Maboneng.
In the Tim Robbins-starring political thriller Catch a Fire from 2006, he also appeared in a little appearance as a Security Branch Policeman.
Mahlubi furthermore contributed to a number of business endeavors for clients like Voter Education & Registration, National Road Safety, Western Chrome Mines, Harmony Gold Mine, Anglo Gold, Standard Bank, and Spoornet.
He danced in several shows, including The Stick, Joseph, and Perpetual Motion, and in 1997 he choreographed a performance of Sekunjalo.