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Skeem Saam’s Clement Maosa on his new foundation, being a father and his ‘secret’ marriage

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Hands on experience is the only way to learn about being a father and a husband, he tells Drum.
Hands on experience is the only way to learn about being a father and a husband, he tells Drum.
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He first appeared on our television screens as an ambitious 15-year-old with big dreams.

It’s been nine years since viewers fell in love with him and he’s all grown up.

He’s now a graduate, and currently finding his feet in the job sector while supporting his family with the little that he makes as an intern.

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