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MaCele Warns Musa Mseleku On Wife Number 5. She Is Disappointed

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MUSA Mseleku may be over the moon to have found wife number five, but the other wives are not nearly as excited as he is.

“I’ve given him an ultimatum to officially marry her within six months,” said the first wife, Busisiwe “MaCele” Mseleku, in an exclusive interview with Daily Sun. “Otherwise he will never marry her or anyone else!”

“I say this because he wouldn’t dare introduce his girlfriend to me unless he’s sure that the woman is his potential wife,” she said.

MaCele said she does not necessarily have a problem with Musa marrying another wife but she was disappointed he chose a woman from the Khumalo clan.

“I haven’t physically met her but I’ve been introduced to her thorough conversations with Musa. To me this feels wrong no matter how I look at it. He should have chosen a woman from another surname. It feels like he is stabbing us in the back, especially Thobile Makhumalo,” she said.

In September, reality TV star, Musa told Daily Sun he wants at least seven wives.

When Musa was approached he said: “I can’t disclose the content of the show. But MaCele and everybody else are at liberty to comment about it.”

When his third wife Thobile was contacted, she said: “This is news to me and I am not aware that he’s found someone.”

Cultural expert, Professor Nogwaja Zulu from University of KZN said: “Culturally, there’s nothing wrong if he chooses to marry women from the same surname especially if there’s a good reason to do so. If Thobile can’t have children Musa can marry Thobile’s sister or her relative. That woman would be brought in to bear children for Thobile. Those children will belong to Thobile and not their biological mother. But both these Khumalo women must agree to this marriage arrangement. However it’d be wrong for Musa to discuss this issue with MaCele because it doesn’t necessarily concern her.”

Another cultural expert, Dr Gugu Mazibuko said: “In polygamous marriages there are no strict boundaries. A man can marry from the same family.”

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This Mnakwethu Idliso Confession Left Mzansi Shocked

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FUNEKA Danca was left shocked after she learnt she had been given idliso, a love potion.

The star of reality show Mnakwethu said her husband confessed to her that he had used the potion on her.

Speaking to Daily Sun, she said: “I am shocked that he gave me idliso but I also don’t believe it. We have been married for more than 12 years and I never suspected anything.”

Funeka said she had no intention of consulting with traditional healers because she did not believe in them.

“If the idliso was inside me, I would have known and probably done something about it. My husband has also asked me not to consult with a traditional healer as he is one himself,” she said.

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Funeka said she had no problem with her husband taking Philile Vilakazi as a second wife.

This comes after her husband Mzokhona Mbeje also confessed to giving Philile a love potion on the latest episode of the show.

“For the past two or three years, she was under my spell,” he said.

Mzokhona said the first time he gave Funeka a love potion was just after they got married. “I gave her again when I was preparing to take another wife because I wanted them to love and respect each other. It worked because they never fought and they were always happy together,” he said.

Sangoma, Gogo Mkhize said if Funeka was given a love potion, she would not know and she would think everything was normal.

“She also has nothing to worry about because it means her ancestors have no problem with it. Culturally, this is accepted, especially in polygamous marriages. However, the right procedure must be followed,” he said.

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No Tlof Tlof Before Marriage : 20 Year Old Virgin Vows

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LIYEMA is a proud virgin – and she plans on keeping it that way!

Liyema Lando (20) from Tsazo in Ngcobo, Eastern Cape told Daily Sun she hopes to get married at the age of 27 and that is when she will give up her virginity.

“I have a boyfriend, but I have told him that there will be no sex until he pays lobola and that will happen when I’m 27 years old,” she said.

“He loves me and he has agreed to wait. There’s nothing more important and joyful than keeping my virginity until marriage.”

Liyema, who is a second-year BSc chemistry student at Walter Sisulu University, said there are challenges to being a virgin at her age especially with the kind of lifestyle young people are adopting at the moment.

LIYEMA is a proud virgin – and she plans on keeping it that way!

Liyema Lando (20) from Tsazo in Ngcobo, Eastern Cape told Daily Sun she hopes to get married at the age of 27 and that is when she will give up her virginity.

“I have a boyfriend, but I have told him that there will be no sex until he pays lobola and that will happen when I’m 27 years old,” she said.

“He loves me and he has agreed to wait. There’s nothing more important and joyful than keeping my virginity until marriage.”

Liyema, who is a second-year BSc chemistry student at Walter Sisulu University, said there are challenges to being a virgin at her age especially with the kind of lifestyle young people are adopting at the moment.

 

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BREAKING : Archibishop Desmond Tutu Dies. Cause Of Death Revealed

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On Sunday, President Cyril Ramaphosa released a statement confirming the passing of Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Mpilo Tutu.

Tutu, the last surviving South African laureate of the Nobel Peace Prize, passed away in Cape Town at the age of 90.

President Ramaphosa expresses his heartfelt condolences to Mam Leah Tutu, the Tutu family, the board and staff of the Desmond and Leah Tutu Legacy Foundation, the Elders and Nobel Laureate Group, and the friends, comrades and associates nationally and globally of the iconic spiritual leader, anti-apartheid activist and global human rights campaigner.

Ramaphosa said: “The passing of Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu is another chapter of bereavement in our nation’s farewell to a generation of outstanding South Africans who have bequeathed us a liberated South Africa.

“Desmond Tutu was a patriot without equal; a leader of principle and pragmatism who gave meaning to the biblical insight that faith without works is dead.

“A man of extraordinary intellect, integrity and invincibility against the forces of apartheid, he was also tender and vulnerable in his compassion for those who had suffered oppression, injustice and violence under apartheid, and oppressed and downtrodden people around the world.

“As Chairperson of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission he articulated the universal outrage at the ravages of apartheid and touchingly and profoundly demonstrated the depth of meaning of ubuntu, reconciliation and forgiveness.

“He placed his extensive academic achievements at the service of our struggle and at the service of the cause for social and economic justice the world over.

“From the pavements of resistance in South Africa to the pulpits of the world’s great cathedrals and places of worship, and the prestigious setting of the Nobel Peace Prize ceremony, the Arch distinguished himself as a non-sectarian, inclusive champion of universal human rights.

“In his richly inspiring yet challenging life, Desmond Tutu overcame tuberculosis, the brutality of the apartheid security forces and the intransigence of successive apartheid regimes. Neither Casspirs, teargas nor security agents could intimidate him or deter him from his steadfast belief in our liberation.

“He remained true to his convictions during our democratic dispensation and maintained his vigour and vigilance as he held leadership and the burgeoning institutions of our democracy to account in his inimitable, inescapable and always fortifying way.

“We share this moment of deep loss with Mam Leah Tutu, the Archbishop’s soulmate and source of strength and insight, who has made a monumental contribution in her own right to our freedom and to the development of our democracy.

“We pray that Archbishop Tutu’s soul will rest in peace but that his spirit will stand sentry over the future of our nation.”

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