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I don't understand you - Livhu's wife tells fans

After the much publicised acts of domestic violence this week involving popular comedian and online broadcaster Livhuwani Madadzhe aka Sabc Livhu, his wife, "Mme a Muofhe" says she has forgiven her estranged husband and life is going on.

Reports emerged this week that Sabc Livhu was abusing his wife and children, including his so called 'adopted child', Jane. Jane went live on Sabc radio Phalaphala FM, explaining how she was abused and manipulated by Madadzhe.

Madadzhe issued a public apology on his official Facebook page and people did not buy into his apology at all. However, his wife now says she never understands that people want them separated over a small matter.

She said she expected that people would wish her well during this most difficult time but instead they were attacking her unnecessarily.

In a video, shot while she was riding in a car with her husband, "Mme a Muofhe" said in Tshivenḓa:

"Aa we lushaka, ndi uri ahuna vho na muthu akho to ntamelaho mashudu kha heinoni thavha ine ndavha khayo uri Mme a Muofhe dzudzanyani mafhungo zwi tshimbile. Vhoiwe no to ima ni kho mpora nga matombo, ni kho amba uri kha ndi fhambane na Livhu. He vhathu, why ndi kho teya ufhambana na Livhu nga yeneyi thaidzo ṱhukhuṱhukhu?. Humbulani flopo ya Livhu ya murahu hangei ngavhe ndo namba nda ṱuwa. But I remembered that Livhu ndi Khotsi a vhana, kha ri dzule rothe. But vhoiwe no to ima niri ari fhambane, ari fhambane. Nne athi ni mathina anivhi na ntamela soft life vho? Hai, nne athi ni pfesesi."

Loosely translated as "Hallo everyone. So, there is no one wishing me well during this difficult period? That I should sort issues out with my husband? But you keep saying I should leave him. Why should I leave him over such a small matter? Remember his previous issues? I should have left then but I decided, he is the father to my children and we should stay together. But you keep repeating that I should leave him. I don't understand you people, I don't. You don't wish me a soft life at all? I don't understand you."

Mme a Muofhe said Limpopo Health MEC, Dr Phophi Ramathuba has offered to help them and has welcomed her assistance.


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