Doctor Khumalo forced to auction assets as part of bitter divorce settlement

Doctor Khumalo forced to auction assets as part of bitter divorce settlement

- Bafana Bafana legend Doctor Khumalo was forced to auction 26 household items as part of his bitter divorce settlement

- The Randburg sheriff of the court executed the auction last Monday

- Khumalo’s ex-wife Nolly-Blanche filed the auction claim in 2014 after Khumalo failed to make payments as per their divorce settlement

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Legendary Bafana Bafana and Kaizer Chiefs star Doctor Khumalo has faced the humiliation of having 26 of his household items sold at auction as part of his increasingly bitter divorce settlement with ex-wife Nolly-Blanch.

Khumalo was reportedly forced into the auction after he failed to keep to his side of the payments which he was due to make to his ex-wife as part of their divorce settlement.

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The matter came to a head last recently when the matter was dismissed by the Randburg court and the items were repossessed by the sheriff and the auction was held last Monday.

Among the items which went under the hammer was a dining room set, a leather lounge suite, a material lounge suite, coffee tables, rugs, framed mirrors, TV sets and various other electronic household goods.

Doctor Khumalo and Nolly-Blanche got married in a stunning wedding ceremony in 2007.

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