OUR RAW MODEL: Zimbabweans online are buzzing as former Norton MP Temba Mliswa is spending the holidays with his many children.

Mliswa’s enormous family is quite renowned on social media amongst twimbos. He has 20 children with more than 10 women, and he claims to be proud of them and their mothers. He also says he is a responsible father who takes good care of his children, and he is open to having more if God blesses him.


Some of his children are Tinotenda Mliswa, a lawyer and a human rights activist, Takunda, a businessman and a former rugby player and Tatenda Mliswa, who is a musician and a producer. He goes by the stage name Tatenda the 1st.


However, the majority of Mliswa’s children are under the age of 18. A lot of the times, he invites them over to his home and spends time with them on occasions like his birthdays.


Mliswa Spends The Holidays With His Children

Over the festive season, Mliswa invited 10 of his young children over for a good time. He took time to share the beautiful moment on his X account.


Temba Mliswa Children Holidays

Temba Mliswa Spends The Holidays With His Many Children [Image: @TembaMliswa/X]

In a picture on his account, he was having breakfast with the 10 of them. What captivated people was everyone on the dinner table was using metal utensils.


Temba Mliswa beamed:


“Great kids that I have. Much gratitude to the mothers also. Surrounded by such kids I feel blessed. This is what fuels me to work harder and aspire for more. Equally loved, beautiful and unique each in their own way. Mind you this is only half the number!!”


Zimbos Laud The Former MP

Social media users expressed mixed sentiments online.




“Vapedzaka cup dzenyu dzebhonzo? 🤣🤣”


“This is wonderful.”





“I’m just wondering how those kids look nearly the same age.. where you in multiple relationships at the same time? Because surely there is no age gap here…hmmm.”




“If you go for DNA Show ya Tinashe Mugabe, he will need a whole month & half featuring you and your kids every day of the week 😂😂🤣🤣”




“Musana wakasimba uyu. Merry Christmas.”

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