The couple's compromise comes after Khanyi left Dubai, where the couple had been visiting for quite some time, and got back to South Africa under bizarre conditions.
Kudzai had the country in a frenzy last month when he guaranteed that he couldn't find Khanyi in Dubai subsequent to dropping her off at a salon. In any case, Khanyi, later in an Instagram post, uncovered that she was, indeed, in Johannesburg, posting a photograph of herself at her dad's grave.
According to the businessman, they had planned the trip to Dubai to spend some uninterrupted quality time together, but after continuous arguments, Khanyi made the decision to leave.
Khanyi Mbau's partner, Kudzai Mushonga, has taken to Instagram, addressing the drama that unfolded between them during the international trip.
"I just want to apologise to my Mrs. It's an important thing. You always work through every fight," Kudzai started in the video, playing Chaka Khan's Through the Fire in the background and adding that it was he and Khanyi's favourite song.
"Baby, in front of everyone, in front of the world, I just want to say I'm sorry. I know our relationship has nothing to do with money; our relationship has nothing to do with assets - who owns that, who owns that, who pays for this, or who pays for that. It's just we as best friends," he continued.
Presently, the couple have reunited, with Khanyi rejoining Kudzai in Dubai on Thursday.
On Thursday, Khanyi posted a photograph of her top notch plane ticket and visa on Instagram, alongside the plane emoji. She disabled the comments on the post.
Kudzai later shared on his Instagram Stories recordings of the couple, which showed him buy Khanyi a present from Cartier, and later the couple shared a kiss while cosying up in a Mercedes-Maybach.
In the recordings, Kudzai is heard saying: "I missed you, child," while Chaka Khan's Ain't Nobody plays behind the scenes of the last video cut.
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