Brottscentralen (Crime Center) is a Swedish televised-crime program which addresses current violations by Lennart Ekdal and Thabo Motsieloa. The program premiered on Aftonbladet TV in September 2013. Between autumn 2015 and 2016 broadcast program is also on Investigation Discovery. In 2017 it moved the program from Aftonbladet to Expressen TV.
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Brottscentralen - Thabo Motsieloa - Netflix
Thabo Motsieloa (born 17 November 1961) is a Swedish television news presenter and former actor. In 1983 he founded the martial arts sports club Södermalms shaolin kung fu. Motsieloa founded Thabo Motsieloa Masters Cup a mixed martial arts competition using Allstyle, combat sport rules that allows a wide variety of fighting techniques. Motsieloa designed the rules and regulations. This event is one of the biggest Martial Arts competitions in Scandinavia. Motsieloa wrote columns for newspaper Aftonbladet in the early 1990s, before he moved to television, where he led TV shows such as current affairs debate program Black or White, Cold Case Sweden and investigative journalism program Drevet. During the summers of 2005 and 2006 he worked as a news broadcaster for TV 4 and in 2008 he was a sports commentator during the Olympic games. As an actor, he has appeared in Speranza at Uppsala City Theater (1992), and other plays. Since 2013 he has been the co-host of Aftonbladet TV's Brottscentralen a documentary/reality legal series that chronicles the daily lives of police officers.
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He was born 17 November 1961 in London, England. His parents are from South Africa and met while attending university in the UK. In 1962 they moved to Sweden. His mother was a nurse, therapist and international aid worker. His father was a medical doctor and jazz musician. Motsieloa grew up in the Solna, Vallentuna and Sollentuna municipality in Stockholm County
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