Bongani Khumalo is a very good football player from South Africa. During the best part of his career, he played for Tottenham Hotspur FC in England's Premier League. With this move, he would become one of the best-paid South African soccer players at the time.
He is one of the richest people around, and he is currently watching football near his home. Late in the year, he made news when he won the heart of a well-known person, Ayanda Thabethe.
At that time, it was said that he was totally in love with Thabethe. Sources close to the couple said that he was even thinking about tying her down and making her his wife. Well, it doesn't look like that will happen any time soon.
According to a gossip column in Sunday World, the two are no longer together. Since then, the magazine's gossip columnist, "Shwashwi," went to talk to Ayanda Thabethe about her ability to move on. After breaking up with the football player, the famous person went out and bought a fancy vacation home.
It looks like Ayanda Thabethe is too busy to take care of a broken heart. Now, the question is whether or not the former captain of South Africa has healed his broken heart and moved on. At this point, we don't know yet.
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