Masoja Josiah Msiza is famously recognized skilled South African actor who is pleasant notable for portraying the function of Nkunzibovhu Mhlogo on the most cherished Television dramatization that airs on Uzalo sabc 1 drama collection weekdays. He is fine regarded as a rutheless criminal who always makes sure that he gets whatever he wants even if it means blood should be spilled. He is the man who is acknowledged as being the Spouse of the hardcore female criminal Lindiwe "Mangcobo".
Masoja was conceived on 05 October 1964 in a township called Kwa- Thema in Gauteng province. He is a man of many talents and has few accoladrd under his name. He is an Actor, Poet and a Musician. This multi-proficient is recognized for writting a poem and also performed promo poems for Ukhozi Fm and South African National Football Team during the AFCON tournament that took place in Tunisia.
He has emerged in several television series and films including Scandal, Making Cents with The Sitholes, Sokhulu and Partners, Shreds and Dreams Kalushi: The story of Solomon Mahlangu just to mention few.
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