Dr Musa Mthombeni used his social media accounts to inform his fans of his success. Mthombeni claimed in his post that his wife, former Miss South Africa Liesl Laurie-Mthombeni, and himself are now automatically specialists.
Musa said that he was shocked by the results of his exams, and his wife Liesl Laurie had to corroborate this, and she even praised him for his most recent accomplishment. Musa acknowledged that he disliked studying, but it all worked out in the end.
AVBOB’s opponents were sent a dubious message from the board-certified specialist radiologist in his position, telling them to get in touch with him since he would be “insufferable for at least the next 18 months.”
Mthombeni became well-known as a child star while serving as a presenter on a YoTV kids programme on SABC 1.
Later, while attending Wits University to study medicine, he continued to seek a career in the entertainment sector, anchoring a midnight slot programme on YFM.
The presenting position only happened because he enjoyed TV, despite the fact that he earlier stated that his childhood dream was to become a doctor.
Other celebrities and his followers sent love and congratulations to Mthombeni and Liesl. Congratulations from his famous friends and fans who had been motivated by the wonderful doctor flooded his post.
SANBS and Dr Musa Mthombeni are engaged in a legal dispute
The SANBS reportedly utilised Mthombenis photos for a blood drive campaign far later than allowed, according to sources. He has asked the company to give him R800,000.
Mthombeni promoted a blood donation drive in the contentious Iron is Here campaign. SANBS was sued by Musa Mthombeni for utilising his images even after the predetermined window of time.
Musa allegedly received R40,000 to promote the campaign push from August to October 2021. When the organisation utilised his photographs in the same campaign from December through May 2022, he filed a lawsuit.
According to those with direct knowledge of the situation, Mthombeni believes that the SANBS is violating his rights and using his name and famous position without permission. They go on to say that it worsened the issue by violating his personality rights.
The SANBS and Vibe Experiential Agency received a letter of demand from Mthombeni’s legal team in response. According to the contract rules, Mthombeni was required to publish three Instagram posts, three reshares on the same platform, three tweets, and participate in two Twitter discussions.