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It never rains but it pours for Mzansi Best Singer Kelly Khumalo

Senzo Meyiwa’s long-time friend, Mthokozisi Thwala, on Wednesday testified in the High Court in Pretoria that he was uncomfortable going to Kelly Khumalo’s home the day the soccer star was kiIIed in an alleged botched robbery.

Thwala was testifying about circumstances linked to Meyiwa’s fataI shooting at his singer girlfriend Khumalo’s home in Vosloorus.

Thwala told the court that he was uncomfortable going to the Khumalo homestead because he was also friends with Meyiwa’s wife, Mandisa Mkhize.

State prosecutor advocate George Baloyi asked Thwala why he felt uncomfortable going to the Khumalo house.

He replied, saying: “I was also Mandisa’s friend, so it didn’t feel right for me to go to Senzo’s girlfriend’s place whereas I know his wife”.

Thwala explained that even though he was reluctant, he ended up going to the Khumalo homestead after Meyiwa convinced him that this was a chance for him to meet his daughter, a child he had with Kelly.

Meyiwa was gunned down at the Khumalo’s home in a suspected robbery, on October 26, 2014.

The people who were in the house on the day Meyiwa was murdered, were Khumalo and her younger sister, Zandile, their mother Ntombi Khumalo (MaKhumalo), Longwe Twala, Meyiwa’s friends, Mthokozisi Thwala and Tumelo Madlala, Kelly’s then four-year-old son, Christian, and Thingo, her daughter with Meyiwa.

Last week Friday, Colonel Lambertus Steyn testified that there was evidence of cellphone contact between some of the accused and Kelly Khumalo


Steyn said accused number five, Ntuli, had made cellphone contact with Meyiwa’s girlfriend twice before the fataI shooting.

Ntuli had contacted Kelly twice, in August 2014, and in October 2014, about a fortnight before the goalkeeper was murd3red.

Steyn also revealed that that Ntuli’s number was saved as “mfo kaKhumalo” (loosely translated to he of the Khumalo’s) on accused number three, Mncube’s phone.

Steyn has also found pictures of accused number three, Mncube, which showed he had dreadlocks a day before and on the day of Meyiwa’s murd3r.

Mncube’s pictures in dreadlocks were significant as witnesses testified that one of the intruders had dreadlocks when Meyiwa was shot.

Thwala will continue with his testimony.


It never rains but it pours for Mzansi Best Singer Kelly Khumalo, who has allegedly broken up with her baby daddy, Mthokozisi Yende.

Kelly Khumalo’s Heartache: How to Cope with a Breakup

Breakups can be difficult and painful experiences. It is normal to feel a range of emotions, including sadness, anger, and confusion. Coping with a breakup can be a challenging process, but there are steps you can take to help you move forward.

First, it is important to take time to process your emotions. Allow yourself to feel the pain and sadness that comes with a breakup. Acknowledge your feelings and express them in a healthy way. Writing in a journal, talking to a friend, or engaging in a creative activity can help you process your emotions.

Second, take care of yourself. Make sure you are getting enough sleep, eating healthy meals, and engaging in physical activity. Exercise can be a great way to reduce stress and boost your mood. Additionally, try to limit your alcohol and drug use, as these can interfere with your ability to cope.

Third, focus on the positive aspects of your life. Spend time with friends and family, and engage in activities that bring you joy. Remind yourself of your strengths and accomplishments.

Finally, give yourself time to heal. It is important to be patient with yourself and to recognize that healing takes time. It is also important to remember that you are not alone. Reach out to friends and family for support.

Breakups can be difficult, but with time and effort, you can learn to cope with the pain and move forward.

Kelly Khumalo’s Journey to Self-Love After a Difficult Breakup

Kelly Khumalo is a South African singer, songwriter, and actress who has experienced her fair share of heartache. After a difficult breakup, she was left feeling broken and alone. However, she was determined to find her way back to self-love and acceptance.

Khumalo began her journey to self-love by taking time to reflect on her life and the choices she had made. She realized that she had been too hard on herself and that she needed to forgive herself for the mistakes she had made. She also began to focus on the positive aspects of her life and the things that made her unique.

Khumalo also began to practice self-care. She made sure to take time for herself and to do things that made her feel good. She started exercising regularly, eating healthy, and taking time to relax and unwind. She also began to surround herself with positive people who supported her and encouraged her to be her best self.

Khumalo also began to practice gratitude. She started to appreciate the small things in life and to be thankful for the blessings she had. She also began to focus on the things she was grateful for in her life, such as her family, friends, and career.

Finally, Khumalo began to practice self-love. She started to accept herself for who she was and to love herself unconditionally. She also began to focus on her strengths and to celebrate her successes.

Khumalo’s journey to self-love was not easy, but it was worth it. She now lives a life of joy and fulfillment, and she is an inspiration to many. Her story is a reminder that it is possible to find self-love and acceptance after a difficult breakup.


It never rains but it pours for Mzansi Best Singer Kelly Khumalo
It never rains but it pours for Mzansi Best Singer Kelly Khumalo

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