Somizi Mhlongo withdraws divorce case from court and has been ordered to pay Mohale Motaung’s legal fee. Since the two announced their divorce, they’ve been in and out of court due to various accusations, including the divorce process. The Idols SA judge withdrew the case against Mohale as the lawyer reveals that their marriage was non-existent.
The two tied the knot in 2019, but the law doesn’t recognise their marriage. Kindly take notes that the plaintiff withdraws the actions instituted against the defendant and tenders the defendant’s taxed and/ or agreed party and party costs,” read the court document. Mohale’s legal representative, Mabu Marweshe spoke about the divorce case and other accusations against his client.
“This is the end of the road in terms of the divorce as it’s considered they were never married. We are aware of actions that can be taken which include the alleged assaults, and we are also considering whether there is a possible case of defamation in respect of the allegations that were publicly made that our client is the one who issued the summons and wanted half of Somizi’s assets, which painted him as a gold digger.”
— Mohale Motaung (@mohale_motaung) March 8, 2023
The two are trending on Twitter following the news from the court.
While many congratulate Mohale, others gave their perception of the saga between the two celebs.
I feel like the People in Somizi life aren't honest with him,He is never reprimanded for his behavior,Those that have done so are no longer friends with him
Mohale Qhawe Kiernan Forbes Julius Malema Katlego Danke Motsepe #NationalShutdown #JusticeForAKA #IpelengRSelepe Nonku pic.twitter.com/AxuodaE3sz
— IG:Joy-Zelda (@joy_zelda) March 9, 2023
Power cuts affect Bubbly’s pun@ni business
Reality TV star and entrepreneur Noluvuyo Sodela claims her business has been heavily affected by load shedding.
Sodela, known as Bubbly on the reality show This Body Works For Me, runs an Ingrown and hyperpigmentation treatment company.
She told the publication that most of her business machines need electricity.
Bubbly said she started the business in 2020 and is now operating at a loss.
“When you are an entrepreneur, you need to expand every day. Load shedding is messing everything up, both mentally and financially,” she said.
Bubbly said she plans to expand her business, but feels her plans are also at risk.
“I am planning on starting an online course to teach people how to take care of their pun@nis. But I am unable to do that right now because some people won’t be able to connect due to load shedding.
“V-jay shots used to boost my business a lot. I am unable to offer that service anymore because I need electricity for that,” she said.