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Meet Mzansi Celebrities Who Are Currently in Prison For Killing Their Partners

Get to know some of the Mzansi celebrities who are currently serving time in prison for the murder of their spouses.

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May 26, 2022 11:50 PM


In the world of celebrity relationships, there is a pattern that can be recognized that is both predictable and recognizable. When whatsername starts dating so-and-so, there is an initial rush of excitement (I knew they'd be a good match!), followed by an insatiable curiosity about their daily lives (They go grocery shopping just like us!), and finally, there is shock and disappointment when it turns out that they weren't meant to be together (Doesn't anyone believe in true love anymore?).

On the other hand, these ties can occasionally take a turn for the far more sinister, which can result in the demise of either one or both of the individuals involved. In light of this, the majority of people are perplexed as to how the situation managed to deteriorate to such a state. In the following sections, you will find several examples of once-promising relationships that met with tragically catastrophic endings. Take a look at these examples.

1. The pitch-black Afro 2.

Pitch Black Afro is a South African MC who performs Kwaito and Hip Hop music. He was born and raised in the neighborhood of Soweto in Johannesburg. He was able to overcome his stammer by exercising it through rapping as practice. Pitch Black Afro is thought to have been responsible for the death of his wife on New Year's Eve in the year 2018, which falls on December 31. On January 9, 2019, he was taken into custody by the authorities. When he appeared in court in Johannesburg, South Africa, the charges against him included murder with premeditation as well as obstructing the administration of justice.

2. Oscar Pretorius

Oscar Leonard Carl Pistorius was found to be responsible for the shooting death of Reeva Steenkamp in 2013, and this man was found guilty of her murder. In 2014, the jury reached a decision finding the defendant guilty. Pistorius issued a statement on the 19th of December in which he announced that he had filed paperwork with the Constitutional Court in order to contest the significantly increased sentence and have his previous six-year sentence reinstated. The statement was made public. As a result of the courts' decision on March 28, 2018, to dismiss Pistorius's appeal, he will not be eligible for parole until at least the year 2023.

3. Donald Sebolai

Donald Sebolai, a former DJ for Jozi FM, was found guilty of murdering Dolly Tshabalala and of attempting to obstruct the administration of justice on Friday in the High Court in Palm Ridge. He was sentenced to an effective 20 years in prison for both of these charges. A week after he was apprehended, he was found guilty of lying after the court established that, despite his denials, he had cleaned up the bloodstained floor and removed the murder weapon from the scene of the crime. This led to the court finding him guilty of lying.

4. Sindisiwe Manqele

The guy who killed Flabba, Sindisiwe Manqele, was given a sentence of twelve years in prison for his crime. In 2015, Sindisiwe was responsible for the murder of Nkululeko Habedi, a rapper from South Africa. The murder was allegedly committed by Sindisiwe, who took responsibility for it. In March of 2016, Judge Solly Sithole of the Palm Ridge High Court handed down her sentence, which included her penalty, and she was punished by her.

Sandile Mantsoe, number five

Sandile Mantsoe was given a sentence of 32 years in prison for the murder of his ex-girlfriend Karabo Mokoena. This sentence was handed down in connection with the murder. Sandile was not an exception to his practice of publishing pictures of his winnings on Instagram, for which he was well-known. In addition to this, the court decided that Sandile was guilty of assault with the intent to cause serious bodily harm.

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