IN RE­AL­ITY

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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.

FAM­ILY MAT­TERS

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!

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