Mahlasela’s twin sister appears, raising the mystery around him

Mahlasela’s twin sister appears, raising the mystery around him

In recent weeks, detective Mahlasela, played by talented actor Kabelo Moalusi, came to the forefront in Mzansi Magic’s Gomora following the death of Mahato.

Mahlasela's twin sister appears, raising the mystery around him

the person has been entirely focused on fixing the corrupt police in Alex while also ensuring that justice is served.

In a previous couple of episodes, Mahlasela has been getting closer and closer to solving Mbongeni’s murder case as he closes in on prime suspect Mam Santo. His drive and persistence have made him successful with the fans, more especially the feminine audience. Get to understand Kabelo Moalusi, the person behind the character with these interesting facts below.

1.Education

Kabelo Moalusi studied Business Management in tertiary. He only did that because it’s what his parents wanted him to try to to it. His passion has always been acting. He wont to take acting lessons secretly.

2.Childhood

The actor was born in Moletsane, Soweto during a family of 5.

3.He features a Twin

That’s right, the detective features a twin sister. She’s just honest looking like him.

4.He Is A husband

Detective maybe a husband. He got married in 2014 to Bonolo. the 2 shares two beautiful daughters.

5.He wont to Sell Food within the Streets

Before making it big, the actor wont to sell food on the streets together with his wife to form ends meet.

6.His Wife Is His Manager

Unlike most celebrities who get big gun industry people to manage them, Moalusi got his wife to manage him.

7. Notable Television Roles

In 2013, he auditioned for but didn’t get the role. A year later they called him back for a special role.

One of his hottest television characters is that of Roy Maake on The Queen. Back in 2017, he played Mokau Malefo on SABC 2’s drama, Bone of My Bones. Another popular show that he featured on was The Throne, playing Tumelo. He has also starred on Isibaya, Isidingo, Bone of My Bones, and lots of others.

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