On game days, we see beautiful women from all walks of life cheering for their husbands, but behind the scenes, there is a lot going on.
Some of these marriages have ended in tears, leaving many of their fans to wonder if true love really exists. One of our favorite couples, Lehlohonolo Majoro and the beautiful Zambian Dhivia Nkhatha, broke up recently.
In the past few years, bad things have happened all over the country, and it was sad to see these two people who were in love break up. When the couple made it official that they were breaking up, even the angels must have cried. The sweet couple had already started a family. They had two children, which makes us think that they will be together for the rest of their lives.
During their fairytale days, Majoro and Itumeleng Khune even took their wives out on double dinner dates to show that they were more than just coworkers. Many football fans have been hoping that the couple would get back together, but it doesn't look like that will happen any time soon.
In the past few weeks, Dhivia Nkhatha, who is in love and happy, has been dropping hints about changes in her life. She even sent a picture to a mysterious man without telling him who it was.
She has recently posted a series of pictures on IG wearing a man's t-shirt and jacket, which makes us think that she has finally decided to move on after breaking up with the AmaZulu FC forward.
At this point, we don't know if Lehlohonolo Majoro has also decided to move on, since he has been quiet about his dating life since their marriage broke up.
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