- Media personality, Masechaba Ndlovu, encountered a second house break-in, in less than three months
- Masechaba took to social media to share the news that her home was broken into again, but thankfully the burglars only got away with a TV screen
- Masechaba, her nanny and son managed to flee the home through a bedroom window and hid out in the bushes of the property while awaiting help to arrive
Media personality, Masechaba Ndlovu took to social media to share the news of another break-in at her home.
Masechaba claimed that her neighbourhood is a crime hot spot and that in a period of a few months, her home was broken into on the same day as the last break-n about three months ago.
According to ZAlebs, the Sunday Sun reported that this time around, the burglars took a plasma TV while Masechaba, her nanny and son hid our in the bushes, inside the property.
“My house was broken into (again) at 4am this morning. Seemingly different robbers. Different door. Different modus operandi. This time we managed to escape through a bedroom window and hid in the bushes inside the property until back up arrived. Besides a small injury to me tow, I’m just grateful that no one was harmed.”
Fortunately for Masechaba, her nanny quickly hit the panic button upon hearing the burglars in the lounge.
The media personality told the publication that she had since opened a case at the police station but was not willing to discuss the matter further.
“I really don’t want to comment on this issue. I have opened a case. What happened is not unique to me.”
Two months ago, Briefly.co.za reported that Masechaba and her family underwent a traumatic ordeal in July, when her family were held at gunpoint by unknown men.
Burglars gained entry through their home through the windows and helped themselves to various items including a TVs and a car which was later recovered in Alexander township.
Meanwhilw, about a month ago, Briefly.co.za reported that more and more celebs were speaking up about the xenophobic behaviour of South Africans and one thing they all felt was that it's not right. Masechaba Ndlovu shared the words of an African proverb that touched Boity Thulo's heart.
The xenophobic behaviour of South Africans left their fellow countrymen and women feeling ashamed. Clearly, the hatred that was felt for foreigners was not a unanimous feeling and more people were speaking out against it.
Local celebs such as Cassper Nyovest and Nasty C called for the attacks to stop and actress Manaka Ranaka admitted she was ashamed to be South African at the time.
A post that was shared by Masechaba Ndlovu on Twitter about the situation touched Boity Thulo and she reacted with broken heart emojis.
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