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Idols SA winner Thapelo Molomo shares pics of his little baby

Thapelo Molomo is a singer and trauma counsellor from South Africa who is on the rise. He is smart and driven, and he is not afraid to go after his dreams and make his life better. He works hard, cares about his job, and is committed to it, and he does great work. He gives young people motivation to work hard and go after their goals.

He was born and raised in the Limpopo Province city of Mokopane. In season 18 of Idols SA, a reality competition show on Mzansi Magic, he became known for his flamboyant singing. He was named one of the top 10 Idols SA winners for season 18 in 2022.
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IdolsSA winner Thapelo Molomo shares pics of his little baby

He started out as an intern in the South African Police Service’s Psychology Service Section. When he was young, he fell in love with music and really cared about it. Mzansi was stunned by his latest social media post, which was all about how much he loved his daughter. It’s nice to be home. how much I missed my Baby#daddyslittlegirl❤❤❤.

SAPS says Thapelo Molomo, the winner of “Idols SA,” makes them very proud.

Have you heard? Thapelo Molomo won season 18 of Idols SA. He is a Warrant Officer in the South African Police Service (SAPS) and is stationed at Brits in North West.

The South African Police Service (SAPS) congratulated Warrant Officer Thapelo Molomo on winning the 18th season of “Idols SA.”

Idols SA winner Thapelo Molomo shares pics of his little baby

Molomo competed against Nozipho “Nozi” Sibiya from Durban in the final round of “Idols SA,” and on Sunday, November 13, Molomo was named the winner.

SAPS PROUD OF IDOLS SA WINNER, OFFICER THAPELO MOLOMO

The organisation said it was very proud of the 29-year-old member who works at the Brits Police Station in North West for raising the SAPS flag higher.

General Bheki Cele, who is the Minister of Police, was also at the finale. He congratulated the winner on behalf of the SAPS.

Cele said that Molomo is a bright light of hope for many police officers who face psychosocial challenges every day.

“He has shown thousands of officers that the key to success is to work hard, be determined, and keep going no matter what. We’re happy for him and proud of him. Cele said, “We can’t wait for him to get back to work and continue helping our men and women in blue.”

Thapelo Molomo was born and raised in Mokopane, which is in the province of Limpopo. He joined the SAPS as an intern in the Psychological Services Section and later got a job there as a trauma counsellor.

Thapelo is a registered counsellor with the Employee Health and Wellness (EHW) component. He has a B.A. (Hons) in Psychology and is in charge of giving counselling and other proactive psychological interventions to police members and their families to help improve their mental health.

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