Who Is Musa Mseleku, Musa Mseleku Biography, Wiki, Age,Business Profile, Wealth, & Wives
Musa Mseleku is one of the successful South African business man whose debuted reality Television show titled Uthando Nes’thembu brought him into limelight.
Full Name: Musa Mseleku
Birth Place: Umzumbe South Africa
Parents: Nomathemba Joyce Mseleku
Wives: MaCele, MaYeni, [Thobile] MaKhumalo, MaNgwabe
Relation: Musa who is Late
Musa Mseleku is a 43 yr-old businessman born in Umzumbe a seaside resort situated at the mouth of the Mzumbe River in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa.
Musa Mseleku’s mother who is now late Nomathemba Joyce Mseleku is beleived to have died during early life of the businessman Musa Mseleku.
Musa Mseleku is a grandchild of Phiwe “Flo” Dingle Mseleku who is also late.
Musa started his primary school education in Denvar Zoar Mission school in Umzumbe before proceeding to Prince Ngamizizwe School.
Musa Mseleku had his High level education at Sister Joans High School in 1993. he finally graduated from University of KwaZulu-Natal in 1997.
After graduating from KwaZulu-Natal University in 1997 Musa first place of work was at the Durban Youth Radio as a journalist before joining SABC News agency.
Musa active work in community development contributed much to his place in this present time, he was actively involed in the community development in Ugu district Municipality, responsible on the rural areas.
One of his pivotal archievements was in peace-making process in Kwa-Madlala. he also established an organisation called Phiwe uKufunda programme which helped many poor people.
Musa the author of the popular book titled Imizamo kaCebo which creates a clear picture of high school and tertiary education life.
The book is a gift to all who are married and those who wish to extend the families by adopting practice of polygamy and those who wake up stuck at polygamous life unprepared.
Musa Mseleku is a 43-year-old man from KwaZulu-Natal, who has four wives and 10 children.
His first wife is MaCele, a woman Mseleku said was not a woman of many words but would strike back if provoked. She is, however, open about her feelings.
“She will tell you when she likes or dislikes something,” said her husband.
The second wife is MaYeni, who is calm, but will push back when necessary. Mseleku has described her as a good listener who will ask for clarification when she does not understand what you’re saying.
The third wife is [Thobile] MaKhumalo who Mseleku described as an open book. She used to hide her feelings before but is now more open.
His fourth wife, MaNgwabe, is quiet and can hold a grudge for a long time, said her husband.
“She always reminds me of past incidences when I forgot to do something,” said Mseleku.
He first met his second wife, MaYeni. At the time, he did not think he would enter into polygamy. When he finally made up his mind about having more than one wife, her family did not approve of it.
As he was still waiting for his then girlfriend to approve of their relationship, he met MaCele, the first wife, whose family did not have a problem with polygamy, so he married her first.
The last two wives were introduced to each other when they were still his girlfriends, and have been close friends since.
His wives have described him as a loving, humble and respectful man who provides for his family.
Though some may say Mseleku has more than enough children, he said he chose polygamy because he would like to have 20 children.
Mseleku admitted that polygamy was not easy, but said money made things easier, as he could afford to take care of his family.
All his wives live in separate nice houses and have two cars each. There is a family mechanic, and a driver to take his children to school.
Though he did not tell us the exact number, Mseleku said he had more than 15 cars, with all of them having personalised plates saying “thanxma”.
He did it as a way of thanking his mother who passed on after a long illness. Before she died, he said his mother told him he would never be poor in life, and she was right.
We were not told what he does for living, but the man is rolling in cash.
Musa Mseleku lifestyle has led to a lot of mixed reactions on Twitter, with some saying polygamy is better than cheating, while some said they could never be in a polygamous marriage.
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