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Pictures Of Dr Musa And His Beautiful Wife Will Make You Fall In Love - Opinion

Dr. Musa Mthombeni is a YOTV presenter from South Africa. He is a well-known television personality. He recently became engaged to Liesl Laurie, the former "Miss South Africa 2015." On social media, he has a sizable fan base. His engagement photos are becoming popular on social media.

Dr. Musa Mthombeni is a television presenter from South Africa. He was born in South Africa on April 22, 1990. He is now 31 years old. He is a well-known television personality. He recently married Liesl Laurie, the former "Miss South Africa 2015."

 He began his career as a television presenter in 2010 at Voice of Wits FM, and from 2012 to 2014, he worked at YFM. In the year 2014, he worked on "Ek Joke Net 2." His acting career began in 2012 with the film "Boy Next Door." He was employed by "Intersexions."

Dr Musa is said to have dated his wife for eleven months before proposing. He always shared pictures of them on social media, but before he revealed who his wonderful partner was, he used to hide her face and that left many people curious. Until he got engaged and it was revealed that he was dating the former Miss S.A. Liesel Laurie.

 Liesl Laurie is a South African model and beauty pageant winner who was crowned Miss South Africa 2015 on December 24, 1990 in Johannesburg, South Africa. On December 19, 2015, she represented her country at the Miss World 2015 pageant in Sanya, China.

Laurie was raised in Eldorado Park, a predominantly colored Johannesburg neighbourhood. She is a social activist with a Bachelor of Commerce General degree. 

Dr. Musa and Liesel are one of the most beautiful couples and are madly in love, as they enjoy sharing affectionate pictures of each other on social media. Seeing their pictures will make you fall in love as well.

Content created and supplied by: All-About-Africa (via Opera News )

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