Clement Maosa biography, age, girlfriend, baby, award, background

Clement Maosa (born 9 May 1988 in Polokwane, Limpopo) is a famous South African Actor, artist, lawyer, and business owner. Known to many viewers of television for being cast on Skeem Saam as Zamokuhle Seakamela.

The award-winning actor has been on the SABC1 series for eight seasons starting from the first. He is among the longest-serving actors on the show.


Clement Maosa biography
NameClement Maosa
Born9 May 1988 (age 33 years old)
BirthplacePolokwane, Limpopo
NationalitySouth African
Alma materUniversity of Limpopo
ProfessionActor • artist • lawyer • business owner


The popular actor was born in Polokwane, Limpopo, South Africa on May 9, 1988.

He began his academic pursuit in schools in Ga-Rammutla, a village in South Africa. He is a graduate of Law from the University of Limpopo.

Though growing up, the actor had always wanted to serve in the military as a soldier.

Like many kids who change their ambition as they grow, he did. Clement decided to do acting.

He was born into a family of six including his father, mother, two sisters, and a brother. His parents raised him with his siblings in Bochum.


His acting profession brought him into the limelight. Clement gained a presence for playing the role of Zamokuhle ‘Kwaito’ Seakamela in Skeem Saam, an SABC1 drama series.

He attained the highlight of his career in the service of his articles as a candidate attorney, some roadshows, and promotions with commercial radio in Limpopo.

Clement has served as a model, he registered for modeling with Rezo-Lution and Media Management.

The actor got his big break after he landed a role in Skeem Saam. It all started from the day he saw a notification on Facebook for auditions from Mzansi fo sho.

After which he developed an interest and had to travel from Limpopo to be present for the audition. The auditors were quite impressed with his performance and the role became his.

Kwaito The character is a smart teenage kid who has a passion for poetry. Topping to what he likes, Kwaito enjoys reading and writing.

Though he hails from a family that manages to meet ends meet, he does all within his best abilities to impress his mother.

Kwaito’s mother loves him so much. Though he misses paternal care and feels sad for not having a father by his side like Tbose.


Clement Maosa is dating a beautiful girl named Kamo. He proposed to the love of his life on his 30th birthday. A fellow popular figure and friend Oros Mampofu recorded the event.

His girlfriend accepted the proposal and we await their colorful wedding.


On 10 September 2020, Clement Maosa revealed that his son is one year older. He took to his verified account on Instagram to share the good news.

Many fans and fellow celebrities had something good to wish Clement’s son. Gugu Khathi, Lerato Mvelase, and Mohale Mhlongo-Motaung were among popular names to “the big boy” a birthday wish.

A year earlier, Clement and his girlfriend Kamo announced that they are expecting their first child.


His outstanding performance has earned him an award in 2015. At the Fame South Africa Award, Clement bagged the Best Male Actor award.


In reality, Clement is scared of snakes and impatient. Those who undermine others and others who allow themselves to be intimidated get him angry.

As an actor, he also watch movies, his favorite is Sarafina!

While he was in high school, during the drama, the song Hugh Masekela’s “Thanani” was played often as the dance theme this made it his most memorable song.

Among many television shows, his favorite is Sokhulu & Partners. Clement love movies and visit the movies with friends when he is free. Though he rather spends time with his family.


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