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Sunday World - - Front Page - NG­WAKO MALATJI Madam and Eve makoti ng­wakom@sun­day­world.co.za

AFRO-pop song­bird Tina Dlang­wana will be forced to rest her booty on empty crates of beer and camp chairs if her neme­sis Tina Jaxa gets her way.

Sun­day World has learnt that Jaxa was gird­ing her loins to take back the couches and swivel chairs Dlang­wana re­moved from Jaxa s late hus­band Pros­per Mk­waiwa s Bronkhorstspruit house in Gaut­eng last year.

She was ap­pointed the ex­ecutrix of his es­tate by the Mas­ter of the High Court in Pre­to­ria on Fri­day last week.

A let­ter sent to Jaxa by the court read in part: Kindly note that the Mas­ter of the High Court has is­sued the let­ters of ex­ecu­tor­ship ap­point­ing Ms Tina Jaxa as the ex­ecu­tor.

We are avail­able to meet and dis­cuss this mat­ter and the way for­ward. Kindly ad­vise on your avail­abil­ity.”

Ac­cord­ing to a fam­ily mem­ber close to Jaxa, the for­mer ac­tress was ex­pected to meet her lawyers this week to de­ter­mine what to do.

Chief among their dis­cus­sion is the con­fis­ca­tion of the goods re­moved by Tina Dlang­wana from Pros­per s house. They will write her a let­ter to re­turn the goods and if she fails, they will then ap­ply for a court or­der and send the po­lice to go and con­fis­cate them. Jaxa has al­ready in­di­cated that she didn t want any­thing from the es­tate but her chil­dren need those things,” said the fam­ily mem­ber.

Jaxa con­firmed she was ap­pointed the ex­ecutrix of the es­tate but de­clined to com­ment on plans to seize what­ever Dlang­wana took from Mk­waiwa s manor.

I knew this day will come and let the games be­gin. But for now I don t want to say any­thing. I still want to sit down with my lawyer and my two boys lawyer and forge the way for­ward. But as I said be­fore I want noth­ing from Pros­per s es­tate,” she said.

Dlang­wana said she would not re­turn the goods she took from Mk­waiwa s house and threat­ened Jaxa with vi­o­lence if she tried to con­fis­cate them.

She also said Jaxa would not ben­e­fit any­thing from Mk­waiwa s es­tate be­cause it was about R900 000 in the red.

That es­tate is bank­rupt. She won t get any­thing from it. What­ever I have taken from that house be­longed to me and not to Pros­per. I bought th­ese things with my money and if she comes here to take them I will teach her a les­son she will never for­get,” she said.

Dlang­wana con­fis­cated the fur­ni­ture af­ter Mak­waiwa s fam­ily told her they did not recog­nise her as their

and ap­pointed Jaxa to or­gan­ise the revered im­pre­sario s fu­neral.

The con­tro­ver­sial singer lived with Mk­waiwa in Bronkhorstspruit and broke up with him a few weeks be­fore he col­lapsed and died of chest pains in Fe­bru­ary last year.

Jaxa and Mk­waiwa, who were mar­ried in com­mu­nity of prop­erty, sep­a­rated about 10 years ago but did not of­fi­cially di­vorce as he re­fused to sign di­vorce pa­pers.

Dlang­wana claimed that she was Mk­waiwa s cus­tom­ary wife and ar­gued that she was en­ti­tled to bury him and get half of his es­tate. But Mk­waiwa s fam­ily re­jected her claims and said they did not recog­nise her.

Dlang­wana sulked and con­fis­cated fur­ni­ture from Mk­waiwa s house be­fore the fu­neral and threat­ened to take le­gal ac­tion against the fam­ily.

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