Mohale, who was formerly married to Somizi Mhlongo, has reason to be optimistic about his financial future because it appears that he will be awarded a fortune.
A well-known media figure named Somizi Mhlongo, who is in the midst of the divorce process with his former husband, Mohale Motaung, issued a statement a few days ago.
According to Somizi Mhlongo, his former spouse won't receive any portion of his wealth following their divorce because the two of them neglected to register their marriage with the Department of Home Affairs.
A large number of people in South Africa took part in festivities to mark the occasion of the couple's wedding, which took place not too long ago.
Regarding Somizi Mhlongo, various experts have divergent points of view.
Ragolana stated that if Somizi and Mohale did not marry outside of the community, then this indicates that by default, they are married in a marriage involving community of property.
This will be really excellent news for Mohale Motaung, who was formerly married to Somizi Mhlongo, because it is possible that he would be awarded a fortune. Let's hold off judgment until we know what the outcome will be.
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