Halala! Patrick Seleka From Skeem Saam Is Now A Homeowner

Hey hey, folks! Gather around, because we have some good news to celebrate! Skeem Saam actor Patrick Seleka is now a proud homeowner, and we couldn’t be happier for him and his lovely wife.

If you’re not familiar with Patrick, he’s the dude who recently snagged his first Netflix show, and he’s been slaying on Skeem Saam for a while now. But what we love most about him is his humble attitude. In fact, he’s said that he enjoys being underestimated, which just goes to show that he’s not one to let success go to his head.

Of course, his Skeem Saam colleagues couldn’t resist congratulating him on his big achievement. And honestly, we’re not surprised. This guy has been through a lot, and he deserves all the good things that come his way.

Speaking of which, let’s talk about the elephant in the room. You see, Patrick has been open about his struggles with abusive behavior in the past. Last year, he came clean about the fact that he had been emotionally and mentally abusive to his wife, Mmabaneng Seleka.

It takes a lot of guts to admit to something like that, especially when you’re in the public eye. But Patrick didn’t shy away from taking responsibility for his actions. In fact, he apologized publicly to his wife and her family, saying that he was “the reason for [her] depression.”

Patrick Seleka From Skeem Saam Is Now A Homeowner

He also acknowledged the harm he had caused her, saying that he had “put [her] in a position where [he] wouldn’t want even [his] worst enemies to be in.” That’s a pretty powerful statement, and it shows that he’s truly sorry for what he’s done.

Now, we know that some folks might be skeptical about Patrick’s sincerity. After all, he’s posted about his abusive behavior before, only to delete those posts later. But we like to think that people can change, and that Patrick is working hard to be a better husband and father.

So, let’s give the guy a break, okay? He’s just bought his first house, and he’s trying to make things right with his family. We wish him all the best, and we hope that he continues to grow and learn from his mistakes. After all, isn’t that what life is all about?

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Buying a house is a big deal no matter where you are in the world, but in South Africa, it’s particularly important to do your homework before you sign on the dotted line. Here are 10 things you should consider when you’re buying a house in South Africa:

Location: The old saying “location, location, location” is as true in South Africa as it is anywhere else. Do you want to be close to the city center, or would you prefer a quieter, more rural area? Think about your lifestyle and what you want your neighborhood to look like.

Crime: Unfortunately, crime is a reality in South Africa, and it’s important to consider the safety of your potential neighborhood. Check out the crime statistics in the area you’re interested in and talk to your potential neighbors about their experiences.

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School Districts: If you have children (or plan on having them in the future), you’ll want to make sure that you’re in a good school district. Look up the local schools and find out how they’re rated.

Affordability: Obviously, you’ll need to find a house that fits within your budget. Consider all of the costs associated with buying a home, including the down payment, closing costs, and monthly mortgage payments.

Size: How much space do you need? Consider your current living situation and think about how your needs might change in the future. Will you be expanding your family or downsizing as you get older?

Resale Value: While you might not be thinking about selling your new home anytime soon, it’s important to consider its resale value. Are you in an up-and-coming neighborhood, or are property values likely to stagnate?

Home Inspections: Before you make an offer on a house, be sure to have it inspected by a professional. This will help you identify any potential problems that could end up costing you down the line.

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