Howza Mosese(born 19 July 1983) whose full name is Tshepo Howard Mosese is a South African rapper, songwriter, singer, actor, television presenter.
He is also a Diabetes activist, Motivational speaker and hails from Diepkloof, Gauteng, South Africa.
In 2002 he joined the hip hop group Gunpowder which was, at the time, under the same label as Kabelo Mabalane while in 2007, Howza was offered a record deal as a solo artist under faith records by Kabelo, AKA Bouga Luv.
Howza Mosese Age
He was born on the 19th of July 1983 in South Africa. As of 2019, he is 36 years old.
Howza Mosese Wife
He is married to actress Salamina Mosese and in 2018, they celebrated a decade as a married couple.
Salamina did, however, take to social media on Thursday to a share tweet about their anniversary. “10 year anniversary,” she simply tweeted – with the real celebration still to come we assume.
Howza Mosese Career
He has also gone on to appear on e.tv’s Backstage in a lead role as the character “Chase” and also appeared in Generations as a supporting character, Adam.
Howza Mosese News
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HOWZA AND SALAMINA CELEBRATE 10 YEARS OF MARRIAGE
Celebrity couple, actor Tshepo “Howza” Mosese and his actress wife, Salamina Mosese – are proof that love still exists in celebville.
The pair have come a long way since their days on etv soap Backstage – where it all started.
Their marriages appear to have grown from strength to strength with every year that has gone by.
The inspirational couple has reached another major milestone in their marriage and their romance is showing no signs of letting up anytime soon.
The pair are today celebrating a decade as a married couple.
Their relationship is the envy of many because it has withstood the test of time.
The couple is very guarded when it comes to their privacy and they are very careful about what they share on social media.
Salamina did, however, take to social media on Thursday to a shared tweet about their anniversary.
“10 year anniversary,” she simply tweeted – with the real celebration still to come we assume.