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etvScandal actress Lindiwe is pregnat. Who is the father?

When Lindiwe discovers that she is carrying Mdala’s child, it will put a strain on her marriage to Nhlamulo, which was already in a precarious position.

A month ago, when Lindiwe moved out of her apartment with her spouse, she had sxual encounters without protection with her husband’s competitor.

Mdala took advantage of her vulnerability at the moment by seducing her into having sxual relations with him even though she had no intention of engaging in sxual activity with him.

etvScandal actress Lindiwe is pregnat. Who is the father?

The question is, “Will she keep the baby?”

When Lindiwe’s husband’s children came to visit her, it was then that she realized how much she adored them.

Because of his past connection with Vuvu, Nhlamulo is a father to two children.

Because Lindiwe and Nhlamulo are both focused on their careers and have no immediate plans to start a family of their own, this child will be Lindiwe’s first. The couple recently got married, but they have no immediate plans to start a family.

Additionally, she has developed a strong relationship with Mdala’s wife, who, like her husband, does not share any children with her husband.

Her pregnancy will damage not just her relationship with her husband but also with Mdala’s wife, who is also her partner in the firm.

Because she won’t want to keep the kid, she might not even notify her husband or Mdala’s wife that she is pregnant because she won’t want to keep the baby.

Mary, who is her closest friend and someone she has known since high school, is the only one in whom she will share her confidences.

“What exactly took place with Mdala?”

Lindiwe discovered that Mdala had been cheating on her husband with her in order to get back at him.

Nhlamulo betrayed Mdala years ago and was ultimately responsible for his arrest for committing a theft.

After seeing that Nhlamulo’s husband was also using her, Mdala’s wife assisted Nhlamulo in having her husband sent back to prison.

Because Mdala also granted Lindiwe 50% shares in his club, the two of them now jointly own the same proportion of the club as before.

Nhlamulo stole the money from his heist once more, and this time he split it with Mdala’s wife and Lindiwe.

The three individuals are wealthy, but they have all denied having the money that was taken on the same day that Mdala was taken into custody.

Due to the fact that Mdala is still being investigated for his past crime as well as his latest crime of shooting a police officer and for the attempted murder of Nhlamulo, he will be incarcerated for a considerable amount of time.

Concern due to the fact that 90 000 students across the country will become pregnant in 2021

Concern has been expressed by the Department of Education in Mpumalanga on the startlingly high number of pregnancies among adolescents around the country.

This comes as a result of the Learner Pregnancy Prevention and Management Policy Workshop that was held in Mbombela earlier this week.

Angie Motshekga, the Minister of Basic Education, stated in a recent written parliamentary reply to a query that the number of learners who became pregnant in 2017 was 91 000.

The percentage of adolescents who become pregnant at a young age is on the rise. To determine who is responsible for getting underage females pregnant, the agency has been trying to collaborate with many other parties. Some of the students who became pregnant were between the ages of 10 and 14 when the pregnancy occurred.

The provincial department in Mpumalanga stated that the rate of learner pregnancy in South Africa was alarming and had become a major challenge at schools. This was because it affected the lives of thousands of young people, often limiting their personal development and their ability to pursue careers that are personally rewarding.

The purpose of the workshop was to encourage participation from key education stakeholders and to seek their support for the department’s efforts to address factors that contribute to the high rate of teen pregnancy in the province.

The workshop was a component of the department’s coordinated multi-sectoral response that aimed to address the barriers to learning and development that prevent children from realizing their right to an education. These barriers prevent children from realizing their right to education.

According to the department, the policy will direct efforts to reduce the incidence of unwanted pregnancies, manage pre- and post-natal repercussions, restrict the discrimination and stigma associated with adolescent pregnancy, and keep impacted students in school as well as re-enroll them in classes.

In addition to this, it stated that the policy’s goal was to make sure that information on prevention, care, counseling, and support was easily accessible, that there were frameworks for impact mitigation, that women had the option to terminate their pregnancies, and that guidelines for systemic management were put into effect.

According to the department, the policy binds it and other stakeholders in education to deliver Comprehensive Sxuality Education as an essential component of the school curriculum in order to protect the sxual and reproductive health rights of students.

“Comprehensive Sxuality Education” is a program that was developed to ensure that students get the knowledge and skills necessary to make aware, healthy, and respectful decisions regarding their romantic relationships and their sxuality.

The department stated that the program “also provides an age-appropriate, culturally-relevant, and right-based approach to sxuality and relationships.” This approach “explicitly addresses issues of gender and power” and “provides scientifically accurate, practical information in a way that is nonjudgmental,” according to the program.

According to the department, the policy is based on the Constitution, which states that children have an unalienable right to access basic education. As a result, learners who are pregnant or who have already given birth have the right to continue and finish their basic education. This right is also extended to learners who have never given birth.

In addition, during the workshop, participants explored and established actionable ideas to reduce the number of teenage pregnancies that occur through progressive collaborations with key stakeholders. The department issued a rallying cry to all communities around the country, urging them to join together in the fight against the epidemic of adolescent pregnancy.

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