List of Mzansi celebs with more than 3 wives in real life- number 1

List of Mzansi celebs who have Isithembu known as polygon with more than one wife two or more. See who make it to the list:

 

 

1. Sjava with 3 wives.

South African rapper, musician, and actor Jabulani Hadebe (also known as Indlalifa) is known by his stage name Sjava. For the most part, he solely speaks Zulu, and he’s one of the best Zulu artists in South Africa. Sjava was born in Bergville, Kwa Zulu Natal, on December 2, 1983. In 2021, he will be 37 years old, making him the oldest person on the planet.

Thandi Hadebe also gave birth to Sjava, along with Sbusiso and Sindy. The fact that you didn’t know is beyond belief! When Sjava initially discovered about his music career, he was just 10 years old. He penned the lyrics for his all-boy isicathamiya band Abafana baseMpumalanga when he was in primary school.

Also on television, Sjava has appeared in Uzalo, Zone 14, Generations, Gugu no Andile, 7de Laan and Soul City.

Sjava contains a polygon known as Isithembu, which has three wives you may not be aware of. Sjava has three lovely wives, which makes him a very fortunate man.

2. Musa Mseleku with four wives.

Businessman Musa Mseleku, born in 1975 in Mzumbe, Kwa-Madlala, is a reality television personality in his native South Africa. Polygamy is a well-known aspect of his personality.

Uthando Nesthembu, a reality show on Mzansi Magic every Thursday night, showcases his four wives and 10 children.

When I was born, I was born in 1975 (45 years old). Macele Mseleku, Mayeni Mseleku, Thobile MaKhumalo Mseleku Mseleku Occupation Reality TV celebrity and business tycoon Nationality In the South African context, $ 2 million in net worth.

Originally from Umzumbe Kwa-Madlala in South Africa, Mseleku grew up there. As of 2021, he is 46 years old.

 

He attended Denver Zoar Mission School in Umzumbe for his basic education, then transferred to Prince Ngamizizwe School for secondary schooling.

In 1993, he graduated from Sister Joan’s High School and in 1997 from the University of Kwazulu-Natal.

Before joining SBC News, he worked as a journalist for Durban Youth Radio. Additionally, he is a community development officer for Ugu District Municipality.

Also, he administers the Phiwe Ukufunda initiative, which provides assistance to the needy in the community.