Mmusi Maimane, natalie, BOSA

Mmusi Maimane and wife Natalie.
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‘Everyday Valentine’: Mmusi Maimane gushes over wife Natalie

Build One South Africa leader Mmusi Maimane has gushed over his wife of 18 years – Natalie – on Valentine’s Day.

Mmusi Maimane, natalie, BOSA

Mmusi Maimane and wife Natalie.
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Like many loving spouses, Mmusi Maimane and his wife Natalie are “celebrating Valentine’s Day every day.”

The Build One South Africa (Bosa) political party founder has been married to his partner for 18 years. The couple are parents to three children.

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Celebrating the “day of love”, Mmusi Maimane shared a touching post dedicated to his wife.

He shared in an Instagram Story: “Every day is Valentine’s Day.”

Six months ago, the Bosa leader and his supportive spouse celebrated their 18th wedding anniversary.

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He shared: “We have journeyed through thick and thin. We have 3 children, and God has been incredibly faithful. I thank God for this incredible woman and wife. Ka lerato. Always.

He jokingly added: “Now our union can get a driver’s licence and vote!”

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Meanwhile, Mmusi Maimane previously revealed how he met his wife at a Muldersdrift church. At the time, the couple were teenagers and started dating after developing a firm friendship. Eight months later, Mmusi and Natalie were married.

But despite coming from totally different backgrounds – Mmusi from Dobsonville, Soweto, and Natalie from Roodepoort, their strong Christian faith and mutual respect united them.

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Natalie told Weekend Argus of their interracial romance: “Our family is proof of the fact that we have progressed as a country. We are a couple
that has found one another post-apartheid.

“We have beautiful children who are intelligent and have opportunities they may have never had in the past. For me, those are stories of the new South Africa”.