Instagram: Minister Bheki Cele and his wife, Thembeka Ngcobo When Bheki Cele became South Africa's Minister of Police, he was put in the spotlight. Since he became famous, he has been all over the news for many different reasons. In the middle of all of this, he made the news for all the wrong reasons when he married a woman who is 30 years younger than him.
How did they get together?
Even though they are different ages, love at first sight drama could be seen as a link between the two. The two met at the inauguration dinner party for Premier Zweli Mkhize, who used to be the Health Minister.
Instagram: Minister Bheki Cele and his wife, Thembeka Ngcobo
Minister Bheki Cele and his wife, Thembeka Ngcobo.
Cele says that he knew Thembeka Ngcobo was the one the moment he saw her. A year later, they were already making plans for their wedding.
Deputy Mayor Naidoo said that the wedding of Cele was the best wedding of 2010. One can agree with the truth based on the photos that have gone viral. It was only for people who were invited. But because Cele used to be the National Commissioner of the South African Police Service, most of the top business and political leaders were there.
President Jacob Zuma, businessman Robert Gumede, and Police Minister Nathi Mthethwa were among the well-known people there. About 350 people were the only ones who went to the wedding. Andrew Draper, a famous chef who has won awards, made a five-star lunch for the guests. iThemba, Happy Girl, Siyanda, and DJ Muntu kept the guests entertained.
Bheki Cele's failed marriages and rumors about other people
Their relationship has been going on for more than a decade, and there has never been any public trouble between them. Cele used to be married to Thanda Ngcobo, but no one knows why they broke up or why they got divorced. It was said that former SABC hosts Zama Ngcobo and Bongiwe Ngcobo were dating him.
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