Masoja Msiza Death Hoax – Masoja Msiza is a well-known artist in addition to being a veteran and the star of the award-winning melodrama Uzalo. On Monday, February 27, 2023, the information on Masoja Msiza’s passing was disseminated on the internet with the caption “Rest In Peace Masoja Msiza, Know As Nkunzi From Uzalo.” But, as of the time that this article was written, it has been claimed that the news is false because none of his family members have acknowledged that he has passed away. His followers and supporters were unsure about whether or not they should believe the information because it was from a source that could not be considered to be entirely reliable.
Who is Masoja Msiza?
Masoja Msiza is from South Africa. He has risen to fame as a singer, poet, and actor. His role as “Nkunzi Mhlongo” in the telenovela Uzalo, for which he received several accolades, brought him widespread recognition and popularity. Msiza’s birthplace, the South African township of Kwa-Thema, is in the province of Gauteng. At age nine, he developed an interest in the performing arts and took to art and drama classes with great enthusiasm.
At the tender age of fourteen, he competed in and won the school’s annual dramatics competition. After finishing school, he found work in the mining industry, but he and his fellow strikers were eventually fired. They were all hit by this at the same time. After he was laid off, he decided to follow his dream and become an actor.
Masoja Msiza Career
His debut performance was in Gibson Kente’s production of “Mfowethu.” The audience responded positively to his first appearance on stage. Msiza began his career as a poet, but he has now expanded into the roles of stage and screen actor, musician, and storyteller. Among of the critically appreciated films in which he has appeared are “Kalushi: The Story of Solomon Mahlangu” and “A Million Colours.” His most famous role, however, was as the violent crime lord Nkunzebomvu “Nkunzi” Mhlongo on South Africa’s most popular television show, Uzalo.
While the South African national football team was competing in the 2004 AFCON tournament in Tunisia, he provided the team with poetry. Also, he was the go-to poet for South Africa’s most listened-to radio station, Ukhozi FM, with his original promotional poetry.
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