Jo-Anne Reyneke refuses to jump back into the dating game just nje

Jo-Anne Reyneke refuses to jump back into the dating game just nje

- Jo-Anne and Thami Mngqolo split just last year after having two children and having spent many years together as a couple

- Being a mom has made it tough for Jo to get back into the dating game as she has two precious babas to consider now, not only herself

- Jo has joined a reality TV show called Single Parents Looking For Love, where she's helping single parents like herself find love once again

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Jo-Anne Reyneke is a total bombshell and she ain’t about to waste her time kissing any more frogs. Becoming a mother has changed Jo’s entire outlook on life and made her a lot pickier with whom she spends her time.

Just last year, Jo and her long-time-bae and baby daddy, Thami Mngqolo, split. The two have two gorgeous children, a daughter named Ovolwethu and a son named Lungelo.

Briefly.co.za learnt that Jo told DRUM during an interview that she’s not too fazed about dating and that she’s not just going to jump into it for fun.

Jo has two children to consider when making any decision, making dating all that much trickier. Bringing a time-waster into her children’s lives is just not an option.

“There are no men out there. And the ones who are showing interest are just useless,” said Jo.

Having gone through all she has and understanding how hard it can be, Jo has decided to be a part of a 13-episode reality show called Single Parents Looking For Love.

Jo will be helping single parents find love by matching them with four possible partners and seeing where things go.

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Despite their family splitting up not too long ago, the mom and daughter look really happy. It must be because Jo-Anne and Thami decided to work together and put their children first.

Briefly.co.za reported earlier that Jo-Anne and Thami actually found co-parenting to be very easy. Jo-Anne said that Thami is a good father and it makes it easy to co-parent with him

It was about them as a couple. “As partners, it wasn’t working any more," Jo-Anne stated.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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