Mmusi Maimane is a member of the Parliament of the Republic of South Africa and the president of the Democratic Alliance (DA); from 10 May 2015 to 23 October 2019 and currently the leader of One South Africa Movement.
Mmusi Maimane Wife and Children
Mmusi Maimane is married to Natalie Maimane and they are blessed with two children, ‘KG’ Kgalaletso and son Kgosi.
Mmusi Maimane graduated from the University of South Africa (BA Psychology), the University of the Witwatersrand (Masters in Public Administration), and Bangor University, Wales (Masters in Theology).
Mmusi Maimane Parents
Mmusi Maimane’s mother, Ethel Maimane, grew up in Cofimvaba in the Eastern Cape, and is of Xhosa ancestry in the Sidloyi clan. His father, Simon Maimane, was born in Soweto, and is of Tswana ancestry in the Bafokeng clan. His parents met in 1977 and were married by 1980 in Dobsonville, Soweto.
Mmusi Maimane Twitter Handle
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Mmusi Maimane is the Federal Leader of South Africa’s official opposition, the Democratic Alliance (DA). He also is the Parliamentary Leader of the opposition in the National Assembly of South Africa. He was formerly the DA’s Deputy Federal Chairperson, the DA National Spokesperson and the Leader of the DA Caucus in the City of Johannesburg Municipal Council.
Mmusi worked as a business consultant and trainer with a number of firms in South Africa and internationally. He also lectures at the GIBS Business Institute, University of Pretoria. In addition, he is a philanthropist and chairs a number of NGO boards. The foundations he is involved with are primarily focused on HIV/AIDS and rural and youth development.