Musa Ngema: Generations The Legacy actor Mazwi Moroka’s age gets South Africa talking
Musa Ngema is a South African actor who plays the role of Mazwi Moroka on Generations The Legacy. On the SABC 1 longest-serving production, Generations The Legacy, the Mazwi character is the heir to the Moroka empire and son of the late Archie Moroka –the role played by Sello Maake ka Ncube.
Mazwi is a businessman and an entrepreneur; despite hailing from a wealthy Moroka family and having abundant funding, he is keen to make an independent life.
Mazwi was forced into an arranged marriage with the Cele princess, Doctor Sphe – the role played by Pearl Monama. What’s an heir who can’t reproduce? Traditionally an heir is expected to produce another heir to secure the continuity of clan leadership. Failure of Mazwi to bear children resulted in the Moroka and Cele leaders forcing Simangaliso, his young brother, to bed Mazwi’ wife and reproduce Rorisang Moroka – the role played by Dithoriso Mosaka.
He has an extraordinary character; Mazwi can be a handful to handle, especially for Uncle Kabisi Moroka- the role played by Mpho J Molepo. The two frequently engage in heated exchanges around Mazwi’s refusal to lead the Moroka clan as its rightful heir. As competitive as he is, Mazwi can be both dump and charming; he is a womanizer who dates anything that walks, he is a master in flirting on dating applications.
Mazwi Moroka age in real life
A lot has been said about his maturity, stature and age; Generations The Legacy fans questioned Mazwi Moroka’s actual age. As the soapie’s handsome hunk real age interests and marital status, questions are often thrown, and at times, answers are never provided. Musa Ngema was born on 1 August 1989 in Durban, KwaZulu Natal; in real life, he is married to his wife Angie, whom he credits for steering his life in the right direction. Though they are yet to be blessed with the fruit of the womb, the couple is happy and flaunts each other on social media.