Two of Limpopo’s finest Mahkhadzi and King Monada are working around the clock in the studio to release a banger. A snippet from the two of them in the studio has gone viral, and Mzansi cannot wait to hear the full song.
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It is the first time Makhadzi is collaborating with King Monada and Prince Benza on a song and Mzansi cannot wait for it. Social media is already on fire just by the short studio session they all heard.
Netizens already want the two to collaborate on a joint album rather than a single song.
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In other news, media personality cum businesswoman Lerato Kganyango’s husband Thami Ndlala and a friend are in hot waters after finding themselves on the wrong side of the law.
The duo are accused of purchasing two luxury vehicles using fraudulent documents.
The vehicles in question are a 2008 Range Rover TD V8 and a BMW 320i.
According to police records seen by Daily Sun, Ndlala’s friend applied for motor vehicle finance for the Range Rover in 2012 and submitted payslips from the department of justice indicating he was a legal administration officer.
After the financing was approved, he received the Range Rover and gave it to Ndlala. A few months later he applied for financing again.
This time he claimed to be the department’s director. He received financing for the BMW, which he kept for himself.
Police records say the bank statements and payslips he used in both applications were falsified.
Both men have been charged with fraud and forgery.
Hawks spokeswoman Captain Ndivhuwo Mulamu confirmed the matter was being investigated.
“Two suspects positively linked to this case are expected to appear in court on 2 July. The first suspect, aged 32, was served with a summons in May,” she said.
When Ndlala was called for comment yesterday, he said he was eating breakfast and would speak to the SunTeam at about midday.
Several calls were made at the time he requested but he hung up and later calls went straight to voicemail.