Cultural Producers 2024

Actor / Writer / Director / Botshabelo

Mosa Neema Rabannye is a 25-year-old actor, writer, and director from Botshabelo, Free State. She is a qualified language scientist and media practitioner from the Central University of Technology. She is inspired by interrogating the human condition through various mediums of art. In 2024, she collaborated with Craft Bites International in association with the Playwrights Guild of Canada and Theatre Arts to present her play We Say Our Names When We Pray and she has written screenplays for Creative Careers South Africa.  Her literary work has appeared in Isele Magazine, New Valley Zine, and in 2023 she became a writing fellow at the Johannesburg Institute for Advanced Studies (JIAS) where she worked on her debut novel, Don’t Let the Blues Settle.  She has graced audiences on stage as a clown with the Bloem Klown Troupe and as an actor at Vrystaat Kunstefees, PACOFS, Civic Theatre and in various short films.