Tebogo “ProVerb” Thekisho – Bio

Distinguished as Tebogo Thekisho, widely known as ProVerb, is a versatile figure hailing from the Diamond Capital of the world, Kimberley in the Northern Cape. Evolving from his roots in music, Tebogo has seamlessly transitioned into a multifaceted professional, emphasizing academic achievements, business acumen, and a commitment to continuous learning.

After attaining a diploma in Sound Engineering, Tebogo commenced his career at Yfm as the Technical Producer for DJ Fresh in 2003. Simultaneously, he left an indelible mark on television as the host of the Hip-Hop segment “Head-Rush” on Channel O. Tebogo’s music career flourished with the release of his debut album, “The Book of ProVerb,” in 2005, followed by four subsequent albums, a mixtape, and numerous collaborations that solidified his standing in the Music Industry.

Beyond his musical endeavors, Tebogo is a published author, formidable speaker, and Master of Ceremonies. Serving as a non-executive director for a travel and tourism companies Flight Centre, FCM Travel Solutions and co-owning the television production company “SIC Entertainment,” he has contributed to the production of notable shows, including Idols South Africa, Nigerian Idol, and Wedding Bashers.

Demonstrating a keen interest in property, Tebogo has expanded his expertise by completing a UCT certificate in Property Development and Investment, one in Tax Law along with another in Investment Management. Currently managing a diverse property portfolio across Gauteng, KZN, and the Western Cape, he has established himself as a savvy entrepreneur in the real estate sector.

Tebogo’s commitment to continuous learning is evident through his completion of a Bachelor of Business Administration with Regenesys Business School in 2023 and has currently enrolled to further enhance his knowledge and leadership skills by pursuing an MBA through the same institution, showcasing his dedication to academic excellence.

In addition to his academic achievements, Tebogo is the author of the published memoir “The Book of ProVerb,” released in 2020. A dedicated advocate for the music industry, he serves on the board of the Southern African Music Rights Organization (SAMRO) since 2020, actively participating in the Social Ethics and Governance Committee. Returning to the national radio scene in April 2022 as the co-host of the Midday Show on Metro FM, Tebogo continues to make a significant impact in the media landscape. His achievements were further acknowledged in July 2022 when he was honored with the Gold Presidential Award at the PRISA PRISM Awards.

In 2024, Tebogo was honored to receive the esteemed Legend Award from the Hope Givers Foundation, as part of their renowned Raising Legends initiative. This recognition symbolizes his dedication to nurturing hope and empowerment within communities, reflecting a steadfast commitment to leadership, compassion, and inspiration.

Tebogo stands as a testament to the harmonious blend of artistic prowess, academic excellence, and business acumen, marking his enduring legacy in the realms of both entertainment and professional achievement.