- Cindy Mahlangu and Bongani Zungu are rumoured to be an item after their social media accounts point to a relationship
- The two have grown closer over the last year, ever since Zungu split from his fiancé Khanyi Cele
- The two were seen on Instagram Live getting cozy and chatting to each other, their conversation included whether Zungo watched The Queen in which Mahlangu stars
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Bafana Bafana star Bongani Zungu and Cindy Mahlangu are rumoured to be an item. Zungu split from his fiancé Khanyi Cele and has since been seen getting closer to Mahlangu.
Briefly.co.za learned that it has been whispered that the two have been a couple for a while now and their social media posts suggest that their relationship is growing stronger.
Last month, the two were chatting on Instagram Live about whether Zungu watches The Queen in which Cindy acts in according to ZAlebs.
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Last year, Zungu split from Khanyi Cele over allegations of Zungu being unfaithful. It is alleged that Bongani Zungu cheated on Khanyi and has since ended the engagement, even allegedly asking for his lobola back.
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Khanyi took to social media to voice her dissatisfaction in an explicit alcohol-fueled rant. In the video, the woman said that she would like all women to sleep with Bongani as he is an easy target. She also requested that women film their sexual encounters with him.
In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that Bafana Bafana star Bongani Zungu is believed to be moving away from French side Amiens at the end of the season.
Zungu considered his options before but a move away may become an eventuality now that their relegation has been confirmed.
Initial reports suggested that Zungu attracted the interest of a Spanish suitor in the form of Real Mallorca but another club may be interested.
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