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‘Skeem Saam’ star Patrick ‘Katlego’ Seleka confesses to ‘abusing’ his wife

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Skeem Saam actor Patrick Seleka, who plays Katlego Petersen on the SABC1 soapie, has opened up about his marriage woes with his wife Mmabaneng Seleka and confessed that he has been emotionally and mentally abusive towards her.

In a now-deleted 12-minute-long Instagram video, the actor apologised to his wife for being abusive to her and took accountability for being part of the reason she was suffering from depression.

He captioned the video, “The reason for my wife’s depression is me”.

“The main reason my wife is going through her depression … I should say that all of it, is because of me. I am the reason she has been so depressed for so long and the one thing that’s the worst is I haven’t been there for her.

“I was emotionally and mentally abusive to her,” he said.

Giving context to his public confession and admission to being an “abuser”, Patrick explained that he had been flooded with people asking him if he was the cause of his wife’s depression after she posted about it on social media.

The actor admitted that he was a “bad” husband from the beginning of their marriage. He alluded to having been the reason his wife lost her job and friendships in addition to many other things. Patrick added that he was the reason his wife would be attacked on social media and admitted to cheating and talking to his exes on social media.

“I have put my wife in a position where I wouldn’t want even my worst enemies to be in and I am coming out publicly to her – wherever she is right now – and her family and to everyone that I humbly apologise for everything that I have done and I will do my level best to make things right for her.”

Patrick said he posted the video with the intention of owning up and being accountable for the part he played in the demise of their marriage and his wife’s mental ill health. He told his followers that he hoped his wife would one day forgive him and that he was committed to fixing himself.

In another post – which he has since also deleted – Patrick penned a lengthy apology, detailing each of his transgressions against his wife.

“I’m sorry for body shaming you. I’m sorry for calling you names. I’m sorry for swearing at you. I’m sorry for comparing you. I’m sorry for badmouthing you trying to hide everything. I’m sorry for screaming and shouting at you. I’m sorry for coming home drunk and just fighting you for no reason at all. I’m sorry for cheating countless times. I’m sorry for turning you into a joke and ‘ag shame, only if she knew’ to other women. I’m sorry for ruining everything for you. I’m sorry for destroying your friendships. I’m sorry for not being there for you.

“I’m sorry for not being the man I promised you to be. I’m sorry for all the nights you have cried yourself to sleep – whereas I was right next to you and I just ignored you. I’m sorry for landing you into depression and making you take antidepressants. I’m sorry for being a monster, not only to you but to our kids as well. I’m sorry for abusing you mentally, emotionally and verbally. I am sorry Mmabaneng,” his apology read.

MzansiNdaba reached out to Patrick for additional comment, however he had not replied by the time this article was published. This article will be updated if and when he responds.

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‘Church paid me for every woman I killed’- man makes horrific confession

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‘Church paid me for every woman I killed’- man makes a horrific confession. It has been asserted that the church employed a man who has admitted to murdering and assaulting women to carry out all of his acts.’

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According to the suspect, his first employment paid him somewhat more than $16,000. Following it, “he became greedy.” As a result, he began murdering other women in order to supplement his income.

The suspect stated that after being introduced to the religion by a friend, he was directed by the church to kill a woman and obtain her private parts for which he would be reimbursed.

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He feels that after his first homicide, luring women into a room, killing them, and severing the portions required by his customer became second nature to him.

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Prior to murdering them, he admitted that he always took advantage of his victims before dispatching them and sending the required pieces to his buyer. There was no mention of the church’s name because the investigation is still continuing and the police are reluctant to inform the ostensibly religious group.

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Women, in my opinion, should be more choosy about the types of men they spend time with these days, and everyone should be more attentive about their profession and less prone to seek easy money.

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#UthandoNesthembu: One of the most painful episodes

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Mzansi’s most-loved polygamy reality TV show, uThando Nes’thembu, continues to leave its viewers in dismay as the topic of taking on a new wife and growing the Mseleku name by having more children keeps arising, causing unnecessary drama and tension between Musa Mseleku’s wives.

Thursday evening’s episode saw Mseleku and his four wives sit in a meeting with the king in their community to discuss Mseleku’s last will and testament.

The king made it clear that just like any man, Musa should definitely have a will in place for when he passes on, and he also said if he does not want to keep the will in his lawyer’s possession, then he can give it to the king who will keep it safe for him.

The meeting then progressed onto the topic of children, which stirred some tension between the wives and their husband.

Traditionally, the sons of a household are usually the ones who take care of the household once they reach a certain age, and that is why it is important for each household to have at least one boy child.

Musa’s first two wives, MaCele and MaYeni, both have two sons while MaNgwabe gave birth to only girls, and MaKhumalo has not yet been able to have children of her own.

During the meeting, Musa and the king mentioned that it would be ideal for one of MaCele and MaYeni’s sons to move into the homes of the other two wives.

Annoyed by that notion, MaCele said she could not agree with that.

She also pointed out that because she has the oldest son, he has always had the responsibility of taking care of all the other households when his father is not around, and she has been unhappy about that for many years.

The meeting ended off with MaCele becoming emotional and annoyed at the topic, leading to her storming out of the meeting.

Viewers were once again angered at the fact that MaKhumalo was being reminded that she does not have children, and they felt that there was no need for her to be present in the meetings, seeing as though she could not relate to the topic at hand.

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South Africa Working On New Law To Limit Foreign Workers: Minister

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South Africa is working on a new law to limit the number of foreign workers in the country. This was revealed by the country’s Home Affairs Minister Aaron Motsoaledi during an oral question and answer session in Parliament on Monday.

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Motsoaledi said that his department was working on setting ‘quotas’ for the number of foreign workers who can be hired across various industries in the country. The Minister made the announcement when responding to questions on what the government is doing to solve the issue of an apparent lack of job availability for South Africans.

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The Minister said that his department is walking a fine line to ensure that the legislation won’t run foul of South Africa’s constitutional provisions. He insisted, however, that the end goal for Home Affairs would be to ensure that South Africans have ‘first access’ to any jobs in the country.

Said the Minister,

“We have already approached International Labour Organisation to help us. One of them is to help us provide a Bill that will provide quotas of the number of foreign nationals that can be hired by Industry.”

“We need a lot of advice because we have got a Constitution that is open to many things, and we don’t want to be found on the wrong side of the Constitution. The Inter-Ministerial Committee reported to the cabinet committee on Trade and Industry because some of the issues will affect trade.”

Motsoaledi’s pronouncements come at a time when there has been an increase in nationalism sentiments amid calls for politicians and the government to put the interests of South Africans first ahead of those of foreigners.

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