Musa Mseleku and MaKhumalo star on ‘RHOD’. Image via Instagram: @musamseleku.

Power couple: Inside Musa Mseleku and MaKhumalo’s empire

Musa Mseleku and his third wife Thobile ‘MaKhumalo’ Mseleku are definitely success goals. Here’s a list of their achievements so far…


Musa Mseleku and MaKhumalo star on ‘RHOD’. Image via Instagram: @musamseleku.

KwaZulu-Natal businessman Musa Mseleku has gained a lot of attention since his reality show Uthando Nes’thembu aired. The serial polygamist has stirred a lot of controversy with his decision to have four wives while slamming feminism. Despite this, he and his wives have managed to build an empire from their marriage.

Let’s have a closer look at him and his third wife Thobile “MaKhumalo” Mseleku’s success thus far.

Musa and MaKhumalo: Smashing personal goals

MaKhumalo has definitely made a name for herself in the entertainment industry and continues to grow as one of the country’s favourite media personalities.

Right after she got married to her husband Musa, MaKhumalo landed a gig at Vuma FM as a radio presenter. When she’s not entertaining masses with her voice, she features on a talk show with her “sister wives” called Igumbi lama Khosikazi.

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One of her most exciting ventures yet has got to be her feature on Showmax’s reality tv program, Real Housewives of Durban.

While she hasn’t received the warmest reception from the show’s fans who have remarked many times that she isn’t glamourous enough – she sure is working hard to make the money she needs to be perceived as one of the bunch.

Her hubby is making moves too

Musa reportedly started off as a journalist at Durban Youth Radio before going on to SBC News. With a flair for business, he quickly rose to become one of KZN’s most prominent business figures.

Zalebs reports that he is in charge of the rural areas at the Ugu District Municipality, where he works in community development.

Meanwhile, Musa, like Thobile, has a blossoming career in media and entertainment. He is the star of Uthando Nes’thembu and also hosts a show called Mnakwethu.

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