Molemo Maaroganye Biography, age, education, career, personal life and Jail sentence

Born on June 29, 1980, Molemo  Maaroganye, well known by his professional name Jub Jub, is a well-known hip-hop artist and TV host of hit series on Mojalove DSTV Channel 157, including Uyajola 9/9, You Promised to Marry Me, and Uthando Noxolo. Born on June 29, 1980, Molemo Katleho Maarohanye, well known by his professional name Jub Jub, is a well-known hip-hop artist and TV host of hit series on Mojalove DSTV Channel 157, including Uyajola 9/9, You Promised to Marry Me, and Uthando Noxolo.

Biography profile of Molemo Maaroganye

Molemo Maaroganye Biography
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Full name  : Molemo Katleho Maaroganye

Gender  : Male

Age : 43 years old

Date of birth  : 29 June 1980

Place of birth  : Soweto,  Orlando east, Johannesburg

Nationality  : South African

Occupation  : singer and Media personality

Instagram  : @official jub jub

Facebook  : Molemo jub jub Maaroganye

You tube : @jubjub4794

Early life of Molemo Maaroganye

Molemo Maaroganye was born on the 29 of June 1980. He was born  in Soweto Johannesburg,  Gauteng province in South Africa. Jub Jub has always had a soft spot for the entertainment business. He had a fascinating career that includes youthful appearances in well-known South African ads. In addition, the fact that he is Jackie Maarohanye’s son has contributed to his rise to fame in South Africa. [1]

Education of Jub jub

Jub Jub was the first South African to be awarded a scholarship to the prestigious FAME school, La Guardia High School for the Performing Arts. The organisation is located in Manhattan, New York. After completing his secondary school education in Soweto, South Africa, he was awarded this scholarship.

Career of Molemo Maaroganye

Molemo Maaroganye Biography
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Jub Jub rose to national prominence with his popular Xhosa gospel song, Ndikhokhele Bawo, which translates to “Guide me, Father” in English. The public’s reaction to Jub Jub songs has been enthusiastic from the beginning. The first of many excellent songs he would release, his debut album THE RARE BREED, was published in 2006, and South Africans couldn’t get enough of him.

Especially Good Time Of Your Lifewas well-received by the audience and went on to become one of the most played songs on numerous radio stations and music television channels. Jub Jub was invited to sing this song live at the 2006 Metro FM Music Awards because it was that good.

Jub Jub’s second album, MY SHINE, was released in 2007. This album featured the blockbuster track Jub Jub Ndikhokhele, which had everyone enthralled. On Ndikhokhele, he collaborated with the Jaziel Brothers. In 2008, the song received so much positive feedback that it was nominated for numerous music awards. At the 2008 SAMA Awards, it received nominations for Song of the Year and Best Hip Hop.

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Personal life

According to reports, Zenith “Zed” Mia, the singer’s wife, works as the music director at Rare Breed Entertainment in Johannesburg. The stunning Italian brunette is a Cape Town native. Jub Jub and Zenith appear to be business partners as well.

Kelly Khumalo was the partner of Jub Jub prior to his imprisonment. Khumalo is a singer and actor. In addition, she is a single mother of two who regularly posts content about her adored cute daughter Thingo on social media. [2]

Accident and Jail Sentence

Jub Jub and his companion Themba Tshabalala were charged on March 8, 2010, with causing an accident while racing while under the influence of strong drugs. The course of the race was a public roadway. Two of the children sustained severe head injuries that resulted in neurological damage, while four children from a nearby school lost their lives.

Jub Jub and his friend were sentenced to 25 years in prison each on December 5, 2012, for three linked felonies and attempted murder. On February 7, 2014, the court heard the two’s appeal of the decision. Their murder conviction was upheld on October 8 of that year by a Johannesburg high court as responsible homicide. In 2012, their sentence was shortened to ten years. Jub Jub and his friend were freed from prison on parole in 2017 after spending little over four years behind bars.


Jub Jub, a television personality and singer from South Africa, is reported to be valued between $250,000 and $500,000. [3]

Social media of Molemo Maaroganye

Molemo is available on all social media platforms.  He is on Instagram @official jubjub with 227 posts.  He has 1.2M followers and is  following 3. He is also on Facebook as Molemo jub jub Maaroganye. You can also find him on  Twitter and YouTube.


• Ndikhokhele

• Love You ‘Til the End

• Phind’ Ukhulume

• Good Time of Your Life

• U Can

• Iyeza


• Khal Eskabani

• Good Time

• Rapela


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