Tebogo Kgobokoe born in Mafikeng in the North West Province, started traditional dancing at the age of 4.
Tebogo trained in a variety of dance forms namely Modern, Contemporary, Ballet, Spanish, Freestyle, Rock n Roll, Gymnastics, Ballroom and Latin American.
She turned professional and received her first Latin American qualification at the age of 16.
Tebogo Kgobokoe was a popular name in the world of Latin American dancing and she competed in many Latin competitions globally. She was a finalist in the World Latin Professional show dance, Dutch Open Professional Latin, German Open Professional Latin, Russian Open Professional Latin, French Open Professional Latin, Asian Open Professional Latin and the list goes on.
Tebogo was also the Shoprite checkers winner in the Arts category in 2001 and received Rapport and City Press “Women of Excellence Award”, 2002
Tebogo was the proud owner of Bailamos Dance Studios for social and competitive dancing as well as Tebza Entertainment Latino Studios.
She has also been a choreographer for the shows Strictly Come Dancing, "So You Think You Can Dance" as well as Kyknet’s Dans! Dans! Dans!
Tebogo Kgobokoe has been a guest on television shows such as Top Billing, Felicia Mabuza Shuttle Show, The Summit, Selimathunzi, People of the South, Woza Weekend, Mamepe and Power Within
She has also been in print media such as city press/Rapport, Sowetan, Citizen, Beeld, Sunday Times, True Love, Drum, O Magazine, Cosmopolitan
Tebogo is an arts activist with a passion to ensure that more opportunities are awarded to deserving artists and that the arts contribute positively to job creation. Her aim is to contribute towards the recognition, respect and support for arts and culture. She advocates that, “Dance is a form of discipline which instills confidence, respect, good mannerism, perseverance and courage as well and enriching physical and mental well-being of an individual.”
Tebogo Kgobokoe is a respected dance personality, with all her success and achievements. Tebogo’s enthusiasm for development, especially in rural areas of South Africa makes her a truly positive contribution for the future of arts and culture.