Mohale Motaung reveals that marriage with Somizi Mhlongo was fake. The two have been trending of late. Mohale Motaung reveals that the marriage with Somizi Mhlongo was fake. Wonders never cease to amaze when it comes to Somizi and Mohale. The two made all sorts of headlines when their nasty divorce went public.

Mohale Motaung reveals that marriage with Somizi Mhlongo was fake

Their fallout barely came a year after their two-legged wedding. In the mix of things, they turned to the courts. But it seems like the case twists and turns like any celebrity couple divorcing. Mohale has since pulled a shocker after revealing that the two were not married.

As weird as it sounds, Mohale Motaung reportedly denies being married to Somizi Mhlongo. Of interest, this is not the first time this has been revealed. At some point, Somizi revealed that he was not legally married to Mohale. Their alleged fake marriage collapsed in 2021.

The divorce case now has a new development. Sunday World has since reported a new twist. Mohale insists that he was never married to Somizi. Close sources have it that Mohale intends to oppose his(Som) application for a divorce decree as he says they were not married in the community of property.It is of interest that Mohale believes that Mhlongo insisted they were married in a community of property. He wants a division of his joint estate because he wants the royalties from DStv, which are said to be in the north of R10 million, to be used to pay his multi-million-rand tax bill.

“That is likely not to happen or will not be a walk in the park for him because Mohale has informed his lawyers about opposing Somizi’s application for a decree of divorce, saying they were not married.”In the mix of things, the source revealed that Motaung is arguing that the “customary marriage” that Mhlongo wants the court to dissolve does not exist as his cultural practices. He has it that the involving customary marriage was not followed and completed.

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“He says only Zulu rituals were performed during the ceremonies, so no one can impose their cultural beliefs or practices on others. Zulu cultural experts are likely to be called as witnesses to testify in this case. That’s how far Mohale wants to fight this matter,” Sunday World revealed

Somizi has five houses across four provinces in South Africa in the following areas. This houses a part of the estate which is set to be shared.

Golf Estate, Dainfern in Gauteng
Fourways, Gauteng
Soweto, Gauteng
Parys, Free State
Zimbali Coastal Resort & Estate – KwaZulu-Natal

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