Mpumi and Precious support their girl as she prepares for her power women conference.
Below is the poster used to advertise the conference that Makgabo spearheaded. This is one issue she understands very well because she was physically abused by her husband of only two years Mpho Kekana.
Voted most likely to separate these two seemed to be treating each other the way partners should, they would even post about their outings and adventures.
Rumors of the Limpopean couple splitting up are quickly starting to make sense because of the criptic statuses and uploads that's have been all over their shared Facebook platform.
Could the family drama and lack of support have been enough to separate this couple and why isn't Mpho speaking alongside his wife or even promoting her anti gender based violence conference?
Below are a set of aspects she will be discussing during the conference and her girls are right behind her.
Do you think Mpho deserved the boot or was Makgabo and unbearable woman to deal with?
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