Mzansi Celebs

Trevor Gumbi’s ex-wife Lucille remarries

Lucille tied the knot with the love of her life in a traditional ceremony. The mother of two separated from comedian Trevor Gumbi after 11 years of marriage. The traditional ceremony took place in Eddie’s hometown in Zimbabwe.

“This past weekend’s celebrations were fun, and it was truly heartwarming to be welcomed by the people of Murewa, Zimbabwe,”Lucille says.


“The warmth and love made it easy to just be in the moment and have fun celebrating our love and our union.”

“I don’t even know where to begin… my heart is bursting with joy and gratitude. Yesterday was truly one of the best days of my life.’ Lucille says.


“The start of my forever with my soul mate, my king, my forever. We were surrounded by love. Our family and friends looked amazing. Seeing them all as I walked down the aisle made me cry. Seeing my husband was the ultimate tear-jerker. Lord thank you for giving us the opportunity to celebrate our love exactly the way we wanted to. Everything was as we expected and more. To my husband, thank you for being you and for giving me love like no other and for making sure that I got the wedding I wanted, even when it was not easy but here we are my king, we did it.”

In other news – 1 South African shot dead, 3 arrested in Harare

Two suspected armed robbers were killed in a shootout with detectives in Harare on Tuesday, including a South African national, police said. Four other men, three of them South African and one Zimbabwean, were arrested and face charges of conspiracy to commit armed robbery and possession of firearms.

Jabulani Ngobeni, 45, of Tzannen in Limpopo was shot dead after firing at detectives at a guest house in Harare while Godknows Machingura, 44, was shot dead while fleeing from police. The arrested suspects have been named as Andrew Masubelele, 38, of Atteridgeville in Pretoria; Ndiafhi Makhado, 39, of Thsakhuma in Limpopo; Emmanuel Makamo, 22, of Alberton in Johannesburg and Paul Zhou, 55, of Waterfalls in Harare. Read More

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