- Uthando Nes’thembu star Musa Mseleku says he's not interested in politics
- He prefers to help his community through foundations
- He's involved in various initiatives in his community
Musician and reality star Papa Penny Ahee may have ventured into the ANC's electoral politics in Limpopo, but polygamist Musa Mseleku is not about to join him.
Musa, who stars in the popular reality show, Uthando Nes'thembu, told Times Live that he prefers to help his community through foundations, not politics.
Briefly.co.za learned that the Mseleku family is establishing a foundation to help tackle HIV/Aids, reduce poverty, and promote education.
At this stage, I have no intention to go into politics. I lack the courage and ambition. I want to start foundations not political parties.
Recently, Musa launched a tourism programme in partnership with the local government in Umzumbe, KZN. Tourists will now have guided tours of his traditional homestead.
Musa explained that his foundation will not be connected to any political parties and will not be involved in any politicking.
The businessman said helping his community is "a personal thing" that is not meant to attract attention.
Recently, the Mseleku family relaunched its book, Life and Polygamy, to promote awareness against women and children abuse.
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