Pregnancy is a lot with all its ups and downs but getting dumped while you are carrying someone’s child is one of the worst things that could happen. Let’s look at some of the unfortunate celebrities who ended up on this list.
Junior De Rocka and Ntando Duma’s young romance ended when she got pregnant while they were both on the come up. Ntando wanted Junior to be her first and last but Junior was only there for the vibes. Not only was he cheating while she was pregnant, he allegedly physically assaulted her when she was only two months pregnant. By the time Sbahle was born, Junior was long gone and Ntando was on his back harassing him for child support.
A week before Dj Zinhle was about to pop Kairo out, she found out AKA was cheating on her with Bonang Matheba and that the two had being dating secretly for five months. AKA himself apparently admitted it and chose to move on with Bonang. They went their separate ways but still found some time to drag and shade each other on Twitter to keep things juicy.
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Pearl Thusi and Walter Mokoena were in and on and off relationship in the early 2000s. However when Pearl fell pregnant things went downhill. Pearl says there was a lot of pain and tears during the pregnancy and that all she wanted to do was love Walter and serve him. Clearly, Walter didn’t want any of that, well, at least not from our Queen Sono.
Londie London announced her second pregnancy just weeks before gossip blogger Musa Khawula announced that she had moved out of her fiancé Hlubi Nkosi’s house. Hlubi was reportedly tired of Londie and wanted to make one of his side chicks his main chick, the woman is said to be pregnant. Remember when Musa Mseleku asked Hlubi, if he would ever consider polygamy and he said no comment? Well Mseleku should be happy because Hlubi is now out here trying to be Solomon with his many wives.
Rapper Blaklez took things to the next level by dumping Dineo Ranaka via Whastsapp. Dineo was eight months pregnant at the time. The kicker is that he sent the message while he was in the bedroom and Dineo was in the lounge.
Looking at Rosette Ncwana and Andile Ncube now, you would think that they were always the best of friends because of how close the are. However, just a few years ago he dumped her when she was pregnant with his first born. Rosette told the media that Andile was a monster and a deadbeat father who physically abused her. Yikes!
Zoleka Mandela also found herself heavily pregnant without a man when she split from her most recent ex-boyfriend. To make matters worse she is also battling cancer
Eish some men will do everything but commit, but what can you do, this is life. You live and you learn.
IN OTHER NEWS: Green Energy Revolution Takes Root in Africa: A Paradigm Shift towards Sustainability
In recent years, Africa has emerged as a focal point for the global green energy movement, signaling a significant shift towards sustainable and environmentally friendly solutions. As nations across the continent grapple with the dual challenges of energy access and climate change, a wave of innovative initiatives is sweeping through the region, paving the way for a brighter and cleaner future.
Harnessing the Power of the Sun: Solar Energy Initiatives Illuminate Africa
One of the most prominent facets of Africa’s green energy revolution is the widespread adoption of solar energy. Countries like Morocco, Kenya, and South Africa have been investing heavily in solar power projects, taking advantage of the abundant sunlight that the continent receives throughout the year. Large-scale solar farms are being established, providing clean and renewable energy to both urban centers and rural communities.
In Morocco, the Noor Solar Complex stands as a testament to the nation’s commitment to solar energy. Located in the Sahara Desert, it is one of the world’s largest concentrated solar power plants, capable of generating electricity even after sunset. This project not only addresses the energy needs of the region but also positions Morocco as a leader in the global renewable energy landscape.
Wind of Change: Wind Power Gains Momentum Across the Continent
Alongside solar energy, wind power is gaining momentum as a viable and sustainable energy source. Countries such as Kenya and Ethiopia have tapped into their wind resources to generate electricity and reduce their reliance on fossil fuels. The Turkana Wind Power Project in Kenya, for instance, has become the largest wind farm in Africa, producing a substantial portion of the country’s electricity.
Ethiopia has also made significant strides in harnessing wind energy, with projects like the Ashegoda Wind Farm contributing to the national grid. These initiatives not only bolster energy security but also contribute to mitigating the impacts of climate change by reducing carbon emissions.
Hydropower: Unlocking the Potential of Water Resources
Africa’s vast water resources have positioned hydropower as another key player in the green energy landscape. Countries like Zambia and Ethiopia are making substantial investments in hydropower projects, capitalizing on the energy potential of their rivers and water bodies.
The Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) is a prime example of Africa’s commitment to hydropower. Once completed, it is expected to be the largest dam on the continent, providing a significant boost to Ethiopia’s electricity generation capacity. However, such projects also raise concerns about their environmental and social impacts, highlighting the need for sustainable and responsible development.
Challenges and Opportunities: Navigating the Path to a Green Future
While Africa’s green energy revolution holds immense promise, it is not without its challenges. Infrastructure limitations, financial constraints, and regulatory hurdles pose significant barriers to the widespread adoption of renewable energy technologies. However, international collaborations, investments, and advancements in technology offer opportunities for overcoming these obstacles and driving the continent towards a more sustainable future.
As African nations continue to embrace green energy solutions, there is a growing sense of optimism about the potential for economic development, job creation, and environmental conservation. The continent is poised to play a crucial role in the global transition to a low-carbon economy, setting an example for the rest of the world to follow. Africa’s green energy revolution is not just a local phenomenon; it is a beacon of hope for a planet in desperate need of cleaner and greener alternatives.