Women want to pay to date Musa Mseleku

Nokukhanya Mseleku (MaYeni), Busisiwe Mseleku (Mamkhulu), Musa Mseleku, Mbali Mseleku (MaNgwabe) and Thobile Mseleku (MaKhumalo) have made polygamy fashionable.
Nokukhanya Mseleku (MaYeni), Busisiwe Mseleku (Mamkhulu), Musa Mseleku, Mbali Mseleku (MaNgwabe) and Thobile Mseleku (MaKhumalo) have made polygamy fashionable.
Image: Veli Nhlapo

The number of women set to go on a date with Mzansi's most wanted married man, Musa Mseleku, has increased due to the high demand following the Vodacom Durban July.

Organisers of the Bachelor-style group date with Mseleku, titled "In Pursuit of Number 5", have confirmed that an additional 10 women have been selected to wine and dine with the reality star.

Sihle Seleke, who is putting together Mzansi Magic reality TV star Mseleku's date, told Sunday World that she was offered more money by "desperate" women wanting to meet the polygamist following the Durban horse-racing jamboree last weekend.

Earlier this month, 10 women were expected to pay R5,000 each in exchange for a dinner date with the celebrity polygamist at an undisclosed venue on July 19.

However, things had been reviewed by the organisers who reopened the submissions last week.

"In the beginning it was only for 10 women, but then after the Durban July experience, women were complaining that it was not fair and that we had put up the poster at night," Seleke said.

She said she could only open it up to 20 women and at the moment there were more than 50 women who had signed up for the experience.

"What we have decided is that we will start with the first 20 batch and then maybe ... we will need to look for another date for the other women who have already paid."

She added that the women will be picked up from a specific location while their cellphones and cameras will be taken away.

"Because of the exclusivity of the dinner, we want women who are there to feel comfortable.

"We do not want women to leak any information or [to be] taking pictures of other women," she added.

Mseleku currently has four wives, MaYeni, MaKhumalo, MaNgwabe and MaCele with whom he has 10 children collectively.

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