Polygamy isn't an idea that is unfamiliar to us on the African mainland, or to be sure different regions of the planet. Notwithstanding this, the social practice actually causes a stir, and gets South Africans talking.
Lately, we've seen an expanding mindfulness on what was beforehand an implicit with regards to practice of polygamy.
Television programs, for example, Mseleku's Uthando Nes'thembu just as The Gumbis on SABC have pointed out the act of polygamy.
While other happily share their excursion and story with all to see, some will quite often get their private lives far from the spotlight.
The following are five renowned South Africans who are shockingly (or have been) in a polygamous relationship.
Tshedi Moholo (Malaika)
Matshediso Florence Moholo who is notable as "Tshedi"' is an Afro-pop vocalist, lobbyist and an individual from the multi-platinum Afro-pop gathering Malaika.
Tshedi is hitched into eminence, she is the second spouse to Chief Kenny Ngove of Giyani in Limpopo.
Dr. Irvin Khoza (Orlando Pirates)
Orlando Pirates manager was hitched to two spouses: the late Yvonne Mantwa Kgotleng-Khoza who passed on 17 January 2020. They have three kids, two children and girl Sonono Khoza who has a youngster with previous South African president Jacob Zuma.
The other spouse is the late Matina Khoza who passed on 23 July 2020. They have four kids, two children and two girls.
Ngizwe Mchunu (Ukhozi FM)
Many know him as the previous host of the umaskandi show in SABC's Ukhozi FM on Saturdays.
Ngizwe has been hitched multiple times. His initial two spouses are Sphelele Nxumalo and Lindi Khuzwayo. In any case, the customary relationships with the initial two spouses were not considered genuine since they had not been enrolled with the Department of Home Affairs.
Not long after wedding his third spouse Florida, his initial two wives moved toward the High Court to invalidate the common marriage and to prevent them from getting hitched customarily. They griped that the moderator paid Florida's lobola while he was still customarily wedded to them.
The court decided for the initial two spouses and invalidated the marriage.
Florence Masebe (Muvhango)
Florence Masebe is a South African entertainer, known for her job in the series Muvhango. She won Africa Movie Academy Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role at the ninth Africa Movie Academy Awards.
Masebe issecond spouse to the Venda boss Livhuwani Matsila, they had a youngster together. They lost their child in 2015 when he fell into a pool and suffocated at her Johannesburg home.
Mbongeni Ngema (Sarafina)
The amazing lyricist, arranger, chief and theater maker who began his profession as a performance center sponsorship guitarist was brought into the world in Verulam, KwaZulu-Natal.
He is most popular as the Writer of the globally acclaimed and grant winning melodic Sarafina!
Sooner or later, Ngema had three spouses; Pretoria State Theater CEO Xoliswa Ngema, entertainer Cebisile Mpungose and previous Generations entertainer Leleti Khumalo.
He is currently separated from every one of them. In 2011 got connected with to Ukhozi FM moderator Nonhlanhla Buthelezi "Mroza", the relationship finished in 2014.
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