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Musa Mseleku Profile Biography, Net Worth, Career & Age

Musa Mseleku Profile Biography, Net Worth, Career & Age…

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Musa Mseleku

Musa Mseleku is in the public eye for not-so-conventional reasons. He is known to have four wives and plans to increase that number. He became known to South Africans through his reality TV show Uthando Nesthembu. Learn more about his relationship in this Musa Mseleku biography.

Personal Life

Musa Mseleku was born on June 22, 1975, in Mzumbe, Kwa-Madlala. His mother Joyce Mseleku Nomathemba is deceased, as are his brother and grandmother Phiwe Flo Dingile Mseleku.

Real name:
Musa Mseleku

Professional background:
Businessman, reality TV star

June 22, 1975

South Africa

Star sign:

Mzumbe, Kwa-Madlala



Net worth:
$32.4 million, or $2 million

Musa Mseleku’s Schooling

Musa C. Mseleku attended Denver Zoar Mission School in Umzumbe and later joined Prince Ngamizwe. He completed his secondary education at Sister Joan’s High School and then attended the University of KwaZulu Natal

Ever since he stepped into the spotlight, questions have been asked about Musa Mseleku’s wealth. This is normal, as the man spends a lot of money on his polygamous family. But what does Musa Mseleku do for a living? Let’s have a look at Musa Mseleku’s profession.


You have probably heard from journalists themselves that you can’t get rich doing this profession. Maybe that’s true because that’s exactly where Musa Mseleku started. He worked as a news anchor at Durban Youth Radio and later moved to SBC News. During his career, Mseleku met many influential people who would later prove resourceful, as we will show.

Unfortunately, his journalistic career came to an abrupt end when his mother fell ill. Until her death, he was her caregiver. Before that, Joyce Mseleku Nomathemba blessed his son on his deathbed and proclaimed wealth.

After his mother’s death, Mseleku was again looking for work. Thanks to contacts he had made while working as a journalist, he found a job with the local government.

Although details of his salary are not public in the media, he earned so much more in his new position that he was persuaded to change his lifestyle.

Mseleku was spending his money on unnecessary things, and it was only the advice of a friend that made him change his lifestyle.

He saved money, which he used as capital to open his first business, a store. Unfortunately, things did not go well for him as the business collapsed.

Not wanting to give up, Mseleku started his second business. This time he got into the grocery business. He used the lessons learned from his first failure to make things work. He cooked his own food and sold it to cab drivers.

He calculated every coin and paid very close attention to how he spent it. With perseverance, Musa Mseleku eventually made his first million.

That opened the door for him to venture into other things.

We will provide you with details about Musa Mseleku’s relationship, but he capitalized on his family situation to make money. Musa Mseleku is a polygamous man, and in the 21st century, such practices are considered backward. Not for him.

In 2017, he opened the doors to his home in Mzansi with the reality TV show Uthando Nesthembu. The show aired on Maisha Magic and gained popularity due to the controversial nature of polygamous relationships.

His goal is to dispel the myth that polygamous marriages don’t work. He gives his viewers an insight into how he treats his wives and children and how they all interact with each other. Due to the show’s high ratings, Musa Mseleku collects a lot of money, although it is not known how much money he earns per episode.

When we say that Musa Mseleku has opened his home to Mzansi, we mean it not only figuratively, but literally. He invites anyone interested to visit his home and get a glimpse into the life of a front-row polygamous family.

Are you looking forward to visiting? Well, we all are, but first make sure you have some cash with you, because for Musa Mseleku it’s all business.

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