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Mmusi Maimane

Born in 1980, Mmusi grew up in Soweto and matriculated from Allen Glen High School in 1997. With two master's degrees—in Public Administration and Theology—and a PhD in economic development underway, Mmusi’s desire to use every opportunity afforded him has built his career in business and community work.

Mmusi is also an ordained pastor, a man of faith who has headed up the Liberty Church Discovery campus for many years. He has preached on several local and international platforms. Most recently, Mmusi was the Leader of the Official Opposition in South Africa, a position he held for more than 5 years. During that time, he championed the fight against government corruption which steals resources from the poor.

Mmusi has been married to Natalie since 2005 and they have three children, two daughters Kgalaletso and Kutlwano, and a son Daniel.

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