that she’s not even here to talk to and try appeal to her senses.
Karabo left South Africa in August 2016 to restore some calm in her life. “After Amo (Noluthando Nxumalo) was born in mid-2015, Karabo thought that she was suffering post-partum depression,” says Gaaratwe, adding that “Karabo realised that the discontent in her life was from her marriage”. When Amo was returned in August 2016, almost a year after being switched and kidnapped by Karabo’s brother- and sister-in-law Gadaffi and Tshidi (Vuyo Dabula and Letoya Makhene), it was just too much for the Moroka businesswoman. She wanted nothing to do with her hubby Tau and she fled overseas.
Tau isn’t the only one hoping to resolve this couple crisis – Uncle Tebogo wants his niece to reconsider her demands but that’s a lot easier said than done. “Karabo is stubborn and once she’s made up her mind, it doesn’t change,” says Gaaratwe. Meanwhile, Tau can’t help but feel sad. “He helped build the Moroka family business and he’s contributed to filling the family trust’s coffers.” Tau’s not going down without a fight but will he be ready for war? Because if there’s one thing Karabo’s famous for, it’s her feistiness. • Connie and Rapulana were unavailable for interviews. Connie quit SABC1 soapie Generations – The Legacy to join telenovela The Queen, 2016-current).
Tau isn’t going to have to wait long to see his wife again after her divorce message. Karabo is returning in mid-January 2017 and she has an even nastier surprise in store for her hubby. Don’t miss the 4 January 2017 tvplus (on sale 30 December) for the scoop on Connie’s return to Generations – The Legacy screens!