- The Mpisane divorce cases is getting out of control
- Sbu has requested R200 000.00 in monthly maintenance from Shauwn
- Sbah;e and her bae are apparently having troubles too
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There are always a couple of contentious points that have to be dealt with before entering marriage. There have been various comments with regards to the breakdown of the marriage between Sbu and Shauwn Mpisane.
It came across that there are people that did not agree with the fact that Shauwn had agreed to an in community of property marriage. Her fans feel that she should have separated her financials from that of her husband.
Briefly.co.za learnt that the couple have been married for over ten years and Sbu has opted for the legal services of Mxolisi Nxasana to asset him through the divorce.
The allegation is that, in the court documents, Sbu has made the request that he receives R200 000 on a monthly basis for maintenance from his soon to be ex-wife.
It has been said that Shauwn was the one that filed for divorce. Rumours always fly around when a couple are getting divorced, but it is alleged that Sbu is known to not have been very faithfully to his wife, and this is the apparent reason behind the divorce.
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Only time will tell if Shauwn decides to budge. The word out there is that Sbu is currently earning huge money in the region of R600 000 a month. On the other hand, Shauwn is credited as the director of almost each and every family company they ran.
All the goings on do not stop there. It certainly looks like the Mpisane family are not having a good time in the love arena.
Sbahle Mpisane, daughter of Sbu and Shauwn, is also having problems with her bea, goalkeeper Itumeleng Khune. Rumours are that they too are going through a break-up.
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Source: Briefly News