Love on the side

She may not have made it to sec­ond wife sta­tus, but shon­isani is now mu­lalo’s mis­tress.

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sweet dis­po­si­tion

ov­ing house is stress­ful – ask teboho and mu­lalo (lite­boho molise and syd­ney ra­makuwela). the cou­ple’s just moved into their new home and al­ready mu­lalo can’t wait to es­cape the stress that his wife’s caus­ing him. “she wanted their own home be­cause she’s al­ways dis­agree­ing with ev­ery­one about ev­ery­thing,” syd­ney ex­plains. but what hap­pens when mu­lalo’s the only one left to quar­rel with? he blows off steam with a lit­tle dis­trac­tion on the side. it doesn’t hurt that his pa is the sweet and sub­mis­sive shon­isani (tshi­nondiwa thovhakale), whom the fam­ily con­sid­ers a much bet­ter bride than the cheeky teboho. when his mar­riage starts to fall apart on fri­day 14 novem­ber, mu­lalo strug­gles to be around teboho and on mon­day 17 novem­ber, she re­alises she might have to work harder than she was pre­pared to in or­der to make her mar­riage work. and it seems that she should take her ef­forts up another notch be­cause snub­bing her hubby when he needs a date to a pres­ti­gious char­ity din­ner could see him ask some hot young thing to go with him on the night. “mu­lalo asks teboho but she blows him off say­ing she’s busy pack­ing and that she’ll be too tired for such things,” says syd­ney. but, ac­cus­tomed to teboho’s moody be­hav­iour, mu­lalo isn’t too fazed and while dis­cussing it with shon­isani, he de­cides that he wants her to ac­com­pany him to the event. “of course she jumps at the op­por­tu­nity to be with the guy she loves, if only for one night. so she thinks ‘why not?’” ex­plains tshi­nondiwa. not to men­tion that it’ll up­set teboho, but isn’t shon­isani see­ing some­one else? and since when is she on a mis­sion to tick teboho off?

at­trac­tion dis­trac­tion

shon­isani topped the muk­w­evho el­ders’ list to be mu­lalo’s sec­ond wife after chief azwin­dini (gabriel temudzani) was falsely ar­rested in oc­to­ber last year. mu­lalo couldn’t be chief with­out a wife of royal venda blood and shon­isani hap­pened to fit the pro­file. plus, she’s pretty and sub­mis­sive. “shoni’s the op­po­site of teboho,” says syd­ney. “with teboho, they’re al­ways fight­ing be­cause she’s con­trol­ling and she wants ev­ery­thing her way, while shoni has time for mu­lalo and re­spects him.” although mu­lalo de­cided not to go through with mar­ry­ing shon­isani and

gift that keeps on giv­ing

after shon­isani de­cides to get mu­lalo a house­warm­ing gift to add some­thing of his per­son­al­ity in his new home, mu­lalo is so chuffed that he de­cides it’s time to step up their re­la­tion­ship. “by this point, he doesn’t care any­more when teboho moans and shouts. he just leaves and goes to work to see shoni and comes home late at night after a night of pas­sion, when teboho’s asleep,” syd­ney says. teboho isn’t keen on go­ing to bed alone and against her bet­ter judge­ment, she tells mu­lalo on fri­day 21 novem­ber that she wants to start a fam­ily. “he doesn’t take her se­ri­ously and makes ex­cuses not to have a baby right now, when all along he was the one putting the pres­sure on teboho to fall preg­nant,” syd­ney ex­plains.

big mis­take! as teboho’s anx­i­ety el­e­vates, she con­fronts her hubby about his be­hav­iour on mon­day 24 novem­ber, but when that doesn’t yield any tan­gi­ble re­sults, she heads in shon­isani’s di­rec­tion the fol­low­ing day. the de­mure pa acts cool, calm and col­lected, “but as soon as teboho leaves, shoni freaks out as she knows what teboho is ca­pa­ble of when it comes to pro­tect­ing what’s hers,” says tshi­nondiwa. after all, un­hinged teboho has gone to great lengths be­fore to keep her man to her­self. like shoot­ing than­daza (sindi dlathu) last year… so who knows what she’ll do when she dis­cov­ers the truth about shoni and mu­lalo.

teboho’s at­ti­tude isn’t help­ing things with her

hubby mu­lalo.

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