Salamina And Howza Celebrate Milestone

Congratulations to the couple

By  | May 20, 2021, 09:01 AM  | Salamina Mosese  | Relationships

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Actors Salamina and Tshepo “Howza” Mosese celebrated a huge milestone this week. The proud parents celebrated their daughter’s 10th birthday.

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Taking to her Instagram to wish her daughter a happy birthday, Salama said she can’t believe that her baby girl is 10 already.

She wrote: “Angel From Heaven, You have transformed our lives into a fairytale. Our world changed and has never been the same- because our dearest Tumi, you are an angel from heaven. You, my pinkies & Daddy's peanutt, are our most unforgettable dream. Can't believe you are 10! Happy Birthday, Dear Daughter. You have been our biggest adventure! Love you.”

The proud dad, Howza also wished his daughter a great day.
“Happy birthday to this little light of mine “Tumelo Maeshibe Mosese” who reaches her 10th-year milestone today. May God forever guide us to be the best fertile soil for this beautiful rose to grow,” he wrote on Instagram.

Their fans and Industry friends also took to the comments section to shower the little girl with beautiful birthday messages.

Businesswoman and TV personality Basetsana Khumalo wrote: Happy birthday to your darling angel. Blessings upon blessings to her.

ntsa72: “Hbd to her, she's my twin and it’s our special day today, we thank God for giving us a wonderful gift of life.”
The pair celebrated 12 years of marriage late last year.
Sharing the good news, Salamina tweeted: “Wow!! Can't believe it has been 12 years already. And with our anniversary coming up in a couple of days, we are inviting you to take a walk down memory lane with us..”

In an interview with I Do magazine, Salamina said that they have had their fair share of money issues in their marriage and they have always learned to be gentle with each other and remind themselves that money is not the reason for their union.

"Money has been a difficult issue in our marriage in the past. There have been times when we were both out of work, or when one of us didn't have money. It is the nature of our industry. We had to learn to be gentle with each other and to keep reminding ourselves that we didn't get married because of money but to make a life together. 

"It is important to me as Tshepo's wife, to make him comfortable during periods when he isn't working, and to be mature enough to manage my expectations of him," said said.

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