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Meet Top 5 South African Celebrities Who Are Currently in Prison For Killing Their Partners


Celebrity relationships follow trends. Whatsername and whatshername's relationship began with a frenzy of expectation, followed by ravenous curiosity (They go grocery shopping just like us!), and then amazement and despair when they weren't meant to be.

They may lead to the death of one or both parties, unlike normal friendships. People are baffled by the drastic decline. In the next sections, you'll read about relationships that ended tragically.

1. Afro-Punk

Pitch Black Afro is from Johannesburg's Soweto ghetto. Rapping helped him overcome his stutter. Pitch Black Afro's wife was reportedly killed on New Year's Eve. He was arrested on January 9. He was charged of premeditated murder and obstructing justice in Johannesburg, South Africa.

2. Pistorius

Oscar Pistorius killed Reeva Steenkamp in 2013. Her murderer was convicted. 2014 jury verdict: guilty Oscar Pistorius filed proceedings with the Constitutional Court on December 19 to contest his sentence's drastic increase and reinstate his initial six-year term. After his appeal was dismissed on March 28, 2018, he won't be eligible for parole until 2023.


Donald Sebolai was sentenced to 20 years in prison for murdering Dolly Tshabalala and obstructing justice on Friday. A week after his arrest, the court found him guilty of perjury for cleaning the bloody floor and removing the murder weapon, despite his denials.


Sindisiwe Manqele got 12 years for killing Flabba. Sindisiwe killed Nkululeko Habedi in 2015. Sindisiwe admitted killing. Palm Ridge High Court Judge Solly Sithole convicted her in March.

Sandile Mantsoe

Sandile Mantsoe got 32 years for killing Karabo Mokoena. He has done this before. Sandile was also charged with causing serious bodily harm.

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