Si­fiso Dabengwa, Alan Mukoki & Ben Mwaruwari linked to messy di­vorce

CEOS and foot­baller on list be­fore court

Sunday World - - Front Page - By Ng­wako Malatji ng­wakom@sun­day­world.co.za

A former SAA CEO is ac­cus­ing his celebrity wife of hav­ing “in­ti­mate sex­ual re­la­tion­ships” with five high-rank­ing South Africans.

These are al­legedly former MTN CEO Si­fiso Dabengwa, Reatile Group ex­ec­u­tive chair­man Sim­phiwe Mehlo­makulu, South African Cham­ber of Com­merce and In­dus­try CEO

Alan Mukoki, leg­endary foot­baller Ben­jani Mwaruwari and one Andile No­dada.

The wife has also accused her beau of hav­ing had an ex­tra-mar­i­tal af­fair with a cer­tain Bongi Sod­ladla for nine years.

The former love­birds, who got mar­ried in a wed­ding of cos­mic pro­por­tions in Dur­ban in 2005, have since sep­a­rated.

The ex­plo­sive de­tails are con­tained in di­vorce pa­pers filed by the es­tranged cou­ple at the Joburg High Court a fort­night ago.

From the CEO’S pa­pers, it is ap­par­ent he be­lieves the five men had what he termed “in­ti­mate

sex­ual re­la­tion­ships” with his wife, thus break­ing their trust re­la­tion­ship.

In court pa­pers, the wife said her hus­band ven­tured into an adul­ter­ous af­fair with Sod­ladla for nine years. “At the time of the par­ties’ sep­a­ra­tion, the de­fen­dant con­tin­ued with his adul­ter­ous re­la­tion­ship with Sod­ladla de­spite the plain­tiff’s re­quest that he de­sists from do­ing so, which con­duct the plain­tiff finds ir­rec­on­cil­able with the con­tin­u­a­tion of the mar­riage re­la­tion­ship be­tween the par­ties,” reads the pa­pers.

She said her hus­band had not only “emo­tion­ally ne­glected her” but was also se­cre­tive, ma­nip­u­la­tive and a con­trol freak”.

She said her hus­band va­cated their mat­ri­mo­nial home in Fe­bru­ary 2013. She is de­mand­ing that her hus­band, whom she mar­ried out of com­mu­nity of prop­erty, buy her a R10-mil­lion house, a Porsche Cayenne and that he pay her a lump sum of R5-mil­lion at the date of their mar­riage, do­nate 1000 000 World­wide Africa In­vest­ment shares to her trust, a 50% share of their lux­ury apart­ment in Grand Ru Port Gri­maud in France, as well as 22 000 Absa shares or the cash equiv­a­lent. She is also de­mand­ing R30 000 in main­te­nance for their two chil­dren and R40 000 in spousal main­te­nance un­til she dies or gets re­mar­ried. The woman’s hus­band hit back and asked her to ex­plain if she has had a re­la­tion­ship with the top ba­nanas.

“Does the plain­tiff ad­mit that she has had in­ter alia in­ti­mate sex­ual re­la­tion­ships with the be­low men­tioned peo­ple? If yes, par­tic­u­lar­ity is sought in re­la­tion to the date of com­mence­ment of each re­la­tion­ship and du­ra­tion thereof. Ben­jani Mwaruwari, Si­fiso Debengwa, Sim­phiwe Mehlo­makhulu, Andile No­dada,” reads the pa­pers.

Si­fiso Dabengwa

Alan Mukoki

Ben Mwaruwari

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