Mmusi Aloysias Maimane Biography: Age, Wife, Education, Children, Net Worth, Political Party, Family, House

Basic Information

Stage Name: Mmusi Maimane
Real Name: Mmusi Aloysias Maimane
Occupation:  Politician, Pastor
Date Of Birth/Age:
Place of Birth:  Krugersdorp, South Africa
Gender: Male
Nationality: South African
Marital Status: Married (to Natalie Maimane)
Education:  University of the Witwatersrand

Mmusi Aloysias Maimane Biography

Mmusi Aloysias Maimane is a South African politician, pastor, and former leader of the opposition Democratic Alliance. His romance with politics dates back to when he was much younger. He holds a bachelor’s degree in psychology from the University of South Africa,  a master’s in public administration from the University of the Witwatersrand, and a master’s in theology from Bangor University.


Mr Maimane was born in 1980, which makes him 42 at the time of writing. He celebrated his birthday in June.


Mmusi Maimane’s wife is an educator called Natalie Maimane. Interestingly, she was born in the same province as the man she calls a husband today. They got married in 2005.


Mmusi Maimane is a firm believer in education. So it isn’t surprising that he didn’t miss university. He attended the Allen Glen High School and the University of the Witwatersrand. He believes that education is to  a thriving nation.

He sees the South African educational system as dysfunctional and the elephant in the room.


“God has blessed us with a girl.” those were the words of Mmusi Maimane, announcing the birth of his daughter and third child in October 2020. Before then, he and his wife already had two children.

At the time of the baby’s birth, he had noted that every good and perfect gift is from God. Since then, though, another bid had not joined the family.

Of the three children he has, Daniel was the first to experience the terrors of bullying. It all started after the politician posted a picture of his son on his first day of school. Then, the kid was bullied by a Twitter troll.

Net Worth

How much a political leader is worth is often a subject of great and extensive conversation. And while Mmusi Maimane is well established by South African standards, you wouldn’t catch him dead talking about his net worth.

Understandably, fans and others have been doing the talking on the subject. The politician is said to have a net worth that ranges from between $1 million and $5 million — an impressive figure by South African standards.

Political Party

For one who is in his 40s,mmusi maimane e has had an interesting political career and a political history that might be a subject of scholarly interrogation someday.

He was formerly the leader of the opposition Democratic Alliance. He was picked as a mayoral candidate for the 2011 elections. But he didn’t win. He led the party between 2015 and 2019.

At the moment, though, he has severed ties with the DA. He’s testing his political capital with a new political party called Build One South Africa. He launched the political party earlier this weekend amid fanfare, promising radical reforms and people-based policies. The goal appears to be to unite independent candidates under one u. Brella to contest the 2024 elections.


Mmusi Maimane has a close-knit family. His parents were a couple called Ethel Maimane (mother) and Simon Maimane (father).

Mmusi, a pastor and politician, is currently raising a family of three. If o e includes him and his wife, Natalie Maimane, then the family comprises five members. His children are Kgosi Maimane, Kgalaletso Maimane, and Kutlwano Maimane.


A man of Mmusi Maimane’s political standing surely has a house in which he is well pleased. Although the politician’s residence at the time of writing is unknown, he was once involved in a little drama over the ownership of an R4 million property.

Back when he was a leader of the DA, he’d listed a Cape Town residence as his own. But when investigations revered that it wasn’t his, he backtracked, dating he rented the apartment from a friend.

It’s unclear whether he’s still in that apartment or has moved out into another.

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