Clement Maosa is a South African actor best known for his starring role as Zamokuhle 'Kwaito' Seakamela in the SABC1 drama series Skeem Saam.
Clement is from Polokwane, Limpopo. He attended school in a village called Ga-Rammutla and after matric he studied law at the University of Limpopo.
When Clement was young he wanted to be a soldier and when he reached high school he decided he would be an actor. He grew up in Bochum with his parents, two sisters and a younger brother.
Clement's career highlights include the month he served his articles as a candidate attorney, some road shows and promotions with a commercial radio station in Limpopo and when he was registered as a model with Rezo-Lution and Media Management.
His involvement with Skeem Saam was his big break. "I saw a notification on Facebook from Mzansi fo sho about the auditions. I travelled from Limpopo to audition and fortunately I got the role.
"Kwaito is a smart teenager who is passionate about poetry, he likes reading and writing. He was not born with a golden spoon in his mouth and tries by all means to impress his mother because she loves him so much.
"Kwaito is bitter about not having a father by his side like his friend Tbose."
Clement is an impatient person and is scared of snakes. He gets angry at people who undermine others and those who allow intimidation and don't stand up for themselves. His favourite movie is Sarafina!.
Hugh Masekela's "Thanani" is Clement's most memorable song; during drama at high school the song was often played as their dance theme. His favourite TV show among many is Sokhulu & Partners because it's informative as far as justice in South Africa is concerned.
In his spare time he usually goes to movies with friends but prefers spending time with his family. If granted a wish he says it would be "to spend one more day with my parents - I cry about the way they passed away and the fact that I will never see them again."