For a time, Khanyi's father was a household name. Sadly, only a small number of people are aware of him today. It's been a long time since Mandla Mthembu has been connected to the outside world.
We know very little about Dolly Matshabe, Khanyi Mbau, and Zodwa Wabuntu, but they were all drawn to him by his flashy lifestyle and expensive cars, which attracted the attention of women. It's a mystery as to where multi-millionaire Mandla went. There's no doubt he's still around. However, until 2018 he had an active Twitter account. According to reports, he collapsed after going bankrupt. They were a power couple in South Africa, but what happened to Khanyi and Mandla Mthembu?
The marriage and relationship of Khanyi Mbau and Mandla.
When Khanyi and the businessman began dating, he was already 30 years her senior. They married in a traditional ceremony in 2006, despite Khanyi's reservations.
Hawk Khanyi Mbau aka Masibulele Makepula conducted the union and Mandla gave birth to a daughter in December of that year. They appeared to be in a good mood in photographs.
Since he went bankrupt, not much is known about Mandla. Khanyi openly admitted that she was with him for the money he gave her. Anyone who could afford a six-million-dollar Melrose Arch Penthouse in Rosebank would be enthralled. In a fleet of Ferraris and Porsches, which he switches out on a regular basis? In fact, after their split, she admits she never really loved Mandla all that much.
Khanyi, on the other hand, has continued to be in the public eye and has been linked to a number of men since she and Tebogo Lerole split up. He is currently dating Kudzal Terrence Mushonga, a Zimbabwean-born Zimbabwean-born media personality.
The downfall of Mandla Mthembu.
In the year 2007. When Mandla couldn't afford to buy a textbook for their daughter, Dolly revealed that he was broke. After failing to pay for an R4 million Lamborghini that he had gotten on credit in August 2008, it became clear that Mandla was experiencing financial difficulties.
For himself and for Khanyi he had bought two identical ones. As a result of Mandla's failure to pay child support to his first wife, a Johannesburg family court had issued an arrest warrant. Since Mandla was away in London, Khanyi stepped in and paid R16, 000 to Dolly.
The fact that he couldn't afford to pay R300 in hotel accommodations revealed his dire financial straits. As a result, his residences and automobiles were either sold or seized.
Khanyi Mbau and Mandla's breakup was due to this issue.
In pictures, Khanyi Mbau and Mandla appeared to be a happy couple, but Khanyi revealed that Mandla had been abusive while she was pregnant. She says she suffered from depression for more than two decades as a result of this ordeal.
According to reports, Mandla began a pattern of binge drinking and accrued substantial debt. When Khanyi's baby daddy lost all his assets, Khanyi openly admitted that she was with him for his money. After all, she now admits she never loved Mandla in the first place.
'Young' is just one of the many shows that Khanyi has appeared in and starred in. Both famous and African. As well as my wife. It's widely accepted that her roles are indispensible in the minds of her fans.
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