Newly-Wed Sello Maake Kancube Forced To Pay Ex-wife Spousal Support

Sello Maake KaNube And Ex-Wife

Look, we’re not choosing sides, however can’t a person who just lately lost his job a minimum of take pleasure in his honeymoon part along with his younger bride earlier than having to signal over a lot money in spousal help? SurgeZirc SA has learnt that Sello Maake Kancube’s ex-wife Palesa Mboweni, is suing for spousal upkeep in addition to authorized charges.

Mboweni served the legendary actor with two letters of demand, demanding that he pays her over R213 000 in authorized charges, spousal upkeep, and a share of the division of their Soweto joint property.

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The two bought married in 2012 but it surely took simply eight months for the wedding to crumble. In 2013 the Queen actor determined to name it quits. eNCA reported that Sello filed for divorce attributable to rumours of infidelity and automobiles being set on fireplace.

His spouse refused to signal the divorce papers at the moment, claiming she needed to work issues out. A supply at the moment mentioned: “Palesa has mentioned before that she wants to be Mrs Maake ka Ncube for life and isn’t ready to give up yet. She believes they can find a way to make things work.”

However, Sello was fed up and believed that his marriage was past restore. They have been married in group of property and now the actor who just lately bought married is predicted to purchase his ex-wife out of their Dube home in Soweto, pay her authorized charges, and spousal help.

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Her lawyer, Lawrence Baloyi of Ntsako Baloyi Attorneys, confirmed that Mboweni is demanding R213 000 from the actor.

Sello is claimed to owe R100 000 in unpaid shares of their immovable matrimonial property, undisclosed spousal upkeep arrears, and over R113 000 in authorized charges. The actor confirmed that he obtained a letter of demand from Mboweni and cried out that he can’t afford to pay up in the intervening time as he’s unemployed. “I’m now maintained by my wife. I’m not working, it is difficult now, especially because of COVID-19.”


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