- Veteran actor Desmond Dube has turned 52 and Mzansi celebrated the actor for being a powerhouse entertainer
- The actor, musician and comedian has a number of awards for his achievements in the entertainment industry
- He is a proud husband and a father and has a close relationship with actress Lillian Dube
Legendary Mzansi entertainer Desmond Dube has reached the age of 52 and Mzansi fans are celebrating his career and life. Desmond is accomplished in both theatre and television. He is also a comedian and has been putting smiles on South Africans faces for a while.
Desmond has also contributed greatly to music and has a colourful musical career. He has featured in a number of films such as Tarzan: The Epic Adventures and Panic Manic alongside Leon Schuster.
He has received a number of awards in the entertainment industry. Desmond has an Avanti Award for Best Comedy Actor, a Stellenbosch Festival Award for Best Supporting Actor and a Loerie Award for his "Ama glug-glug" advert for SASOL.
Desmond is married to Tlotliso Matsela, whom he met at the University of Wits back in 1997. They said "I do" in 2002. He is a father of two daughters and he keeps his family life out of the public eye.
There has often been speculation as to whether Desmond Dube is related to veteran actress Lillian Dube and the two like to play pranks on people when it comes to this. However, Desmond has revealed that Lillian is not his birth mother. She is instead his mentor.
Happy birthday to the legendary funny man and Mzansi entertainer.
In similar news, Briefly.co.za reported that Mzansi stunner Khabonina Qubeka turned 40. One of Mzansi's favourite media personalities Khabonina Qubeka is turning 40 and she still looks amazing.
Khabonina started off her career as a choreographer but over some time developed her career into something that has much more in store. Khabonina took to social media to celebrate the fact that she has reached the age of 40 with her followers on Instagram:
"Coming soon. In a few days, life begins. All the January babies please stand up," she said.
Khabonina was born in Soweto, Johannesburg on 22 January 1981. She has acted in a number of Mzansi television productions.
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