- Tobeka Madiba Zuma is giving Mzansi a glimpse into her private life and it looks like she's enjoying herself
- The former first lady shared pics of herself with friends and family alongside motivational messages
- Despite Jacob Zuma not being in any of the images, Tobeka could not look happier
Tobeka Madiba Zuma does not need a man to make her happy. The former first lady is living her best life with friends and family and she's looking stunning while doing it.
Taking to Instagram, Tobeka posted photos of herself in breath-taking outfits. In one of the posts, uBaba's estranged wifey opened up about life.
Her post read:
"Let’s face it, life is scary. We want to keep our loved ones, children, friends, and even ourselves safe throughout the day, emotionally and physically. It’s a natural instinct to protect the things we love most in our life, and lucky for us that we have a little extra help to make sure that they stay safeguarded.
"Our Lord is always watching out for us, even when we may not realise it or think about him during the busiest moments in our days #thankful #always #familytime"
Take a look at the post below:
In another post, Tobeka told her followers to keep smiling even if times get tough:
Tobeka also kicked off Spring with stunning selfies and she wrote:
"Hello Spring....Wishing you a beautiful spring season. Filled with peace, love and joy."
Previously, Briefly.co.za reported Zuma just can't seem to stay out of a courtroom. However, this time he is being sued by one of his wives.
Tobeka Madiba Zuma is reportedly dragging Msholozi to court for child support. uBaba is expected to appear before the Durban Magistrate's Court on Tuesday, 18 August. The former first lady is allegedly demanding R14 000 child support for their daughter, Ngobile.
It has not been revealed if she wants to amount to be paid each month. According to a source close to the family, Tobeka has not been at Nkandla in months and was sent back to her maternal home for counselling following fights with Zuma.
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