Mzansi is in a state of disbelief after seeing the pregnant woman restrained in handcuffs. The fact that this woman was found to be in possession of native flora was a source of disappointment for Mzansi. According to the story, law enforcement officials have taken control of a pregnant woman. Prior to this, there had been a roadblock set up by the police. It would appear that the collision took place on Route 7 (N7) in the vicinity of Moorreesburg in the Western Cape. It was discovered that the expecting mother was carrying native flora in her possession.
The time of the month when the relevant department is required to close its books always presents an especially challenging obstacle. At this point in the month, nobody is changing their routine or doing anything out of the ordinary. It’s a terrible thing that the pregnant woman was stopped by the police before she could reach her destination.
Officials from the Western Cape Transport Department have announced that they want to keep the roadblock in place until all of the criminals who are engaging in illicit operations have been captured. The authorities have high hopes that if they set up a roadblock during rush hour, they will be able to apprehend a greater number of individuals who are involved in drug trafficking.
People are upset over the arrest because it is believed that she was carrying her own native plant at the time of the incident. It would appear that some individuals on Facebook have reacted by arguing that it is inappropriately feminine to pursue the actual criminals.
Famous South African women who become widows young
We, the people of South Africa, are missing out on a lot of tremendous potential as a result of the continued deaths of famous people. It’s a tragedy not just for us, but for the families they left behind as well. After suffering a sudden loss of their husbands, several of our most famous women have had to adjust to life as young widows. Examine the following examples.
- Tsholo Matshaba:
She is well recognized for her performance in the film Muvhango, in which she played the cunning gold digger Meme. In December, she tied the knot with Chris Matshab, who had previously worked as a radio DJ. As soon as her spouse received a diagnosis of cancer, their marriage began a difficult phase almost immediately.
Later, in February of 2018, her spouse passed away as a result of the fatal sickness, leaving her a bereaved widow.
- Simphiwe Ngema, who is 27 years old.
The untimely passing of Simphiwe’s husband in 2017 was without a doubt one of the year’s most sad occurrences. Just two months after Dumi Masirella’s husband was killed in a botched kidnapping in August 2017, the couple wed in an intimate traditional ceremony. Ngema was Dumi Masirella’s second husband.
- Ayanda Ncwane — 34 years
The death of gospel star Sfiso Ncwane occurred on December 5, 2016, and the cause of death was kidney failure. This resulted in his wife Ayanda becoming a bereaved widow. She disclosed that Ayanda prays to God practically every night before going to sleep, pleading for him to return to her life.
4.Letshego Zulu has been around for 33 years.
In 2016, at the age of 33, she suffered a terrible loss when her husband passed away while attempting to reach the summit of Kilimanjaro as part of an expedition called Trek4Mandela. This expedition raised money to provide schoolgirls with sanitary pads.
Meme’s business empire amazes Mzansi
Life after Muvhango, and the Impressive Business Empire of Actress Tsholofelo Matshaba ‘Meme’
A great number of people are familiar with the actress due to her part as the gold-digging Meme from Mukwevho Holdings in the movie Muvhango. On the daytime drama, she played a role of a lady who will do anything to come out on top.
During this process, she amassed a large number of adversaries. Tsholofelo has been a very busy woman ever since she left Muvhango, where she previously worked. Her illustrious career is evidence of both her brilliance and her dedication to the craft.
Following her departure from Muvhango, Tsholofelo went on to work on a number of productions for Ferguson Films. Without a shadow of a doubt, the actress flawlessly and without effort portrays wicked characters to the letter and never skips a beat.
However, despite the fact that she has been labeled as a typecast actress, she has built a reputation for herself among the most prominent actors in the South African acting business. Even after the death of her spouse, she continued to be productive in her field of expertise, which is evidence of her resilience and strength.
Although Muvhango was the first and most major role in her career, she had already established herself as a swan in Theatre. Tsholofelo is a graduate of the Musical Theatre program at the Tshwane University of Technology, and she considers theatre to be her first and first passion. She began her career on the big screen in shows such as “The Lion King” before moving on to television roles on the small screen.
Mzansi is astonished at the vastness of Tsholofelo Matshaba’s economic empire.
Following her performance as Meme, the actress had many more opportunities in a variety of shows. The one found in “The Throne” is the most notable of the bunch. In this role, she was the Queen’s sister, and she broke the rules while still managing to win.
She was given a position as a detective on Netflix’s Kings of Joburg, but as per usual, her character was the antagonist, and she does not always behave in accordance with the regulations. At this time, Tsholofelo is portraying Rakgadi in The River, which is the character that she now holds. Lindiwe, the actress who portrayed Thandaza on Muvhango, is one of her colleagues at the company. On television, she has appeared in an overwhelming number of roles.
Tsholofelo is a charitable person who contributes to the community, despite the fact that she is a well-known actress. They established the Chris and Tsholofelo Matshaba Foundation, which provides assistance to those who are less fortunate, in conjunction with her late husband, Chris Matshaba.