Tony Yangeni is a South African politician, and former Member of the National Assembly. He was also an anti-Apartheid activist, who joined the African National Congress in 1976 and he also later joined its armed wing, known as Umkhonto we Sizwe.
It has been reported tha Yengeni and his wife, Lumka are finally divorcing after separating for a decade. It is said that Yengeni informed his estranged wife, Lumka this past week that he wanted to be a free man. This means he has to divorce her in order to be a free man. It is also said that he has already instructed his lawyers to help him file for the divorce.
The two are said to have separated back in 2011, which was after allegations of cheating. What doesn't make sense is, why would they only decide to divorce each other after 10 years of not being together? Why were they still stuck with each other in a marriage that didn't exist?
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