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In Pictures: From rags to riches the story of Skeem Saam actor Clement Maosa.

Clement Maosa, who plays Skeem Saam, is a leading embodiment of an economic success narrative. We can all acknowledge that he has a lot of glitz and glam. He is not only a well-known performer, but also a successful entrepreneur as well as a lawyer. It wasn't all roses for him coming of age, despite having lived lavishly and enjoying the life of flash and splendor.

However, we can all admit that the Mzansi performer is a tremendous winner both on and off-screen.    So everyone can understand that his narrative is representative of the rags to riches genre. Clement Maosa is a very well-known South African entertainer, best known for his portrayal of Zamokuhle "Kwito" in Skeem Saam.

He grew up in Polokwane, Limpopo, as well as went to school there. He also attended the University of Limpopo, where he majored in law. When he was younger, the actor stated that he wanted to be a combatant, but later in life, he chose to be an entertainer alternatively.   

Clement remarked that despite studying law, his desire to be a performer was too great.He labored in the legal area for three months before abandoning it to pursue his dream of becoming an actor. Clement has always been one of Mzansi's most famous faces following deciding to pursue a career as an actor.    He also mentioned that the university lifestyle was difficult for him because he didn't have enough money to eat. Nonetheless, he stayed strong and managed to graduate, opting instead to continue pursuing his career as an actor, which he already lacked the financial means to continue pursuing. Mercifully, he was appointed to the position and fell in love with the Kwaito personality. He's been doing well since he wedded the love of his life, and they also have a lovely son together.Maosa dabbled in music during his travels. He appears on King Monada's song "Good Life."


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