Moreki, who represented Glenwood High school in Durban, played for the South African u.19-team against England in 2012/2013.
The young fast bowler made his first-class debut in December 2012.
A man capable of late seam movement into or away from the right-handed batsman, Moreki has captured 48 wickets in 23 first-class games.
He represented the Sunfoil Dolphins in the 2014/2015-season before his move to Cape Town, where he will form part of the professional 2015/2016-squad.
The hard-working seam bowler displayed steady improvement in the Cricket South Africa (CSA) Powerade National Academy. He was a force with the new ball or at the business-end of the innings in several matches leading up to the tour of Sri Lanka in July and August 2015.
In a match against the Sri Lankan Emerging team, Moreki finished with a superb match-haul of eight for 61, which underlined his new-found maturity.
Moreki has credited the national bowling coach, Charl Langeveldt, for his improved consistency and ability to mesmerize batsmen with his well-disguised variety or devastating use of the Yorker.
His best first-class performance was three for 30 for KwaZulu-Natal against Easterns in 2012/2013, while his three for 33 was a standout-performance in a domestic one-day match.