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South African Celebrities Who Ended Their Friendships Because Of A Man

Friendship or romance, which one would you choose? Well, it looks like romance is winning. You can always make new friends later  Take a look at celebrities who stopped being friends because of a men or a woman, allegedly of course.

Nomzamo Mbatha and Jessica Nkosi

Nomzamo Mbatha and Jessica Nkosi are at the top of the list. The girls were besties on Isibaya before Khaya Mthethwa came between them. Sunday World says Jessica tried to steal Khaya while he was still with Nomzamo. However, both Khaya and Jessica denied it saying things only started after Nomzamo was out of the picture but since Nomzamo is not on speaking terms with either of them, they must have done her dirty.

Boity Thulo and Khanya Mkangisa

Boity Thulo and Khanya Mkangisa were attached at the hip at some point until Boity’s Nigerian Bae Stanley allegedly scattered their friendship. Rumour is, Khanya saw Stanley and wanted him but he actually wanted Boity. When Stanley approached Boity, she said yes, leaving Khanya alone to lick her wounds.

Bonang Matheba and AKA

Bonang Matheba and Dj Zinhle were once friends. While Bonang was busy calling Zinhle ‘my wife’ she was eyeing Zinhle’s man. She eventually bricked Zinhle three months later and took AKA. When it comes to cutting off friends, Bonang is lethal. It doesn’t even have to be about a current man, exes are also a no-go area. She can cut you off just for breathing the same as her ex. Somizi was shown the door after he started becoming a buddies with the her ex abuser Euphonik. Nadia Nakai was unfollowed and blocked for dating Bonang’s most famous ex, AKA.

Cassper Nyovest, Nadia Nakai and AKA

Speaking of Nadia, she ended her business relationship with Cassper Nyovest last year. At the time, she said Cassper was sad Nadia was leaving his record label but they were on good terms. However those good terms quickly turned sour after she started sleeping with Cassper’s biggest enemy, AKA. A tweep even asked Casper why Nadia was not performing at the Cassper vs Priddy Ugly boxing match and he replied with ‘because I’m not crazy my mind works just fine’.

Winnie Ntshaba, Nico Matlala and Palesa Madisakwane

Serial dater and child support defaulter Nico Matlala allegedly slept with both Winnie Ntshaba and Palesa Madisakwane. The two women were besties at the time. Nico was dating Palesa but allegedly cheated on her with Winnie. Nico confirmed it but Winnie and Palesa say Nico tried to play both of them but they outsmarted him. So it’s just a case of ‘he said, she said’ at this point but I’m sure Nicole is somewhere out there saying oksalayo ke jile ke jile!

Tshepi Vundla and KNaomi Phakathi

KNaomi’s former bestie Tshepi Vundla wasn’t at any of KNaomi is weddings because something happened with rapper JR. Well, there are two rumors that explain why their friendship went sour. First story says KNaomi and JR were once lovers.

During that relationship he was cheating on her with Tshepi. JR and KNaomi allegedly went their separate ways then JR started dating Tshepi officially. The other story from Sunday World says the fought over Skwatta Camp’s ShugaSmaxx who was married at the time by the way. So it doesn’t matter which story you want to believe, all that matters is that a man got between them.

Somizi Mhlongo, Mohale Motaung and TT Mbha

Somizi dumped TT Mbha after he tried to get Somizi in trouble with Mohale. Mohale says in Somizi’s attempt to make him a house husband, he told TT to tell the Fergusons not to hire Mohale for acting jobs. Mohale found out about it and confronted TT. TT then told him that Somizi had told him to do it. Somizi was then put on the spot and in his anger cut off TT for not coming up with a lie to covert for him.

Prince Kaybee and TNS

Prince Kaybee had a fallout with TNS after he found out that TNS was busy sleeping with one of his girlfriends behind his back. Prince Kaybee went on a rampage telling anyone who would listen that TNS was an ungrateful and disgusting friend. Prince Kaybee had taken him under his wing, gave him a place to stay and a car to drive when TNS was on the come up. Needless to say he stop supporting TNS.

Some friends will show you flames, but ya’ll be safe out there.

IN OTHER NEWS: Unlocking Prosperity: South Africa’s Top-Paying Jobs

South Africa, a nation rich in cultural diversity and economic potential, boasts a workforce that spans various industries. As the country continues to grow and evolve, certain professions stand out for their high earning potential. In this article, we explore the top-paying jobs in South Africa, shedding light on the lucrative opportunities that await skilled professionals.

1. Information Technology (IT) and Software Development

In the digital age, the demand for IT and software development experts has surged, and South Africa is no exception. Skilled professionals in areas such as software engineering, data science, and cybersecurity command impressive salaries. With technology playing a pivotal role in shaping the future, these professionals are at the forefront of innovation and are rewarded handsomely for their expertise.

2. Medicine and Healthcare

Healthcare professionals, including doctors, surgeons, and specialists, are among the highest earners in South Africa. The critical nature of their work, coupled with the extensive education and training required, contributes to the elevated salaries in this field. As the healthcare sector continues to expand and evolve, the demand for skilled medical professionals remains strong.

3. Finance and Investment Banking

The financial industry has long been associated with high salaries, and South Africa is no exception. Finance professionals, particularly those in investment banking, asset management, and financial advisory roles, are well-compensated for their expertise in managing and growing financial portfolios. The country’s robust financial sector provides ample opportunities for individuals seeking lucrative careers in finance.

4. Engineering

Engineers play a crucial role in infrastructure development and technological advancement. From civil and electrical engineers to mechanical and chemical engineers, South Africa relies on these professionals to drive progress. The demand for engineering talent, combined with the specialized knowledge required, results in competitive salaries for individuals in this field.

5. Law and Legal Services

The legal profession in South Africa is marked by highly skilled professionals who navigate the intricacies of the country’s legal system. Lawyers specializing in corporate law, intellectual property, and commercial litigation are among the top earners. As businesses expand and legal complexities increase, the demand for experienced legal minds continues to grow.

6. Aviation

The aviation industry in South Africa offers lucrative opportunities for pilots, aircraft engineers, and aviation professionals. With a growing emphasis on connectivity and travel, skilled individuals in this field command substantial salaries. Pilots, in particular, benefit from their specialized training and the responsibility associated with ensuring safe air travel.

7. Mining and Natural Resources

South Africa is endowed with rich mineral resources, and the mining sector plays a pivotal role in the country’s economy. Professionals in mining engineering, geology, and resource management are among the highest earners in this industry. As global demand for natural resources persists, individuals contributing to their extraction and management enjoy substantial financial rewards.

Conclusion: Pursuing Prosperity in South Africa

While the top-paying jobs in South Africa span diverse industries, they share a common thread—demand for specialized skills and expertise. As the nation continues to advance economically, professionals in these fields find themselves at the forefront of growth and innovation.

Whether in technology, healthcare, finance, engineering, law, aviation, or natural resources, South Africa’s top-paying jobs offer a pathway to financial success and contribute significantly to the nation’s prosperity.

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