Sifiso Dabengwa, Alan Mukoki & Ben Mwaruwari linked to messy divorce
CEOS and footballer on list before court
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.