Anele and Neliswa Mxakaza once came to IdolsSA to showcase their singing talent. The two are known by many from the mentioned show but became more popular during allegations of abuse about pastor Omotoso emerged from them and other victims. The twins came back last year to the entertainment industry specifically the music side and released a new single called Take Me Back. Congratulations to one of them being Neliswa as she has been double blessed with a marriage proposal and a new baby coming soon.
Neliswa speaking on her relationship with her husband to be, Sandile Makhubela and her pregnancy said "I can't wait to be a mom. It's always been my dream to start my own family. My baby gets to have two mothers".
"My sister and i were very young when i met Sandile. But he has been besides me and has been very supportive through the years. The lobola is out of the way. We are working on setting up a wedding day for next year", Neliswa added.
After all that the twins allegedly went through at the hands of their former pastor being Omotoso, it is good to see that Neliswa was able to find happiness and trust another man. Many victims of abuse struggle getting into relationships and staying in them after experiencing abuse. Neliswa deserves both her blessings after all that she went through.
For both of them, it is good that their career and everything did not end for them when they were allegedly abused. They are ready to make another come back and will be releasing another song next year just after Neliswa gives birth.
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