- Black Coffee and Enhle Mbali Mlotshwa have been to court following an argument that allegedly became physical
- Enhle went to court to file a protection order against her ex-husband and the judgement has been reserved
- Women who are against GBV have been supporting Enhle and some even went to court to show their care
Enhle Mbali Mlotshwa recently filed for a protection order against her ex-husband Black Coffee. The Randburg Magistrate’s Court heard an application for a protection order, prohibiting Black Coffee from entering his former marital home with Enhle.
Enhle Mbali filed for the protection order after she accused Black Coffee of abusing her. The former couple went to court after an altercation ensued in their former home together. The judgement has been reserved.
It is understood by Briefly News that Black Coffee was not happy about a birthday party that took place in the house.
The DJ allegedly slapped his ex-wife on the wrist when the argument took place. A family representative for Enhle named Themba Mhinga said that all she wants is some extra protection from the courts.
"We are just supporting our sister, you know. The truth will prevail in the end. There is not much we can expect, but for justice to be served and for her to feel safe," Mhinga told SABC News.
Enhle says that she will not stop fighting for her case until justice is served, fans have come out in numbers to support the actress after she made an appearance in court.
Briefly News previously reported that an activist group stood in support of Mzansi actress Enhle Mbali. Anti-gender-based violence activist group, Women for Change, took to social media to declare their allegiance to Enhle Mbali amid her fight against DJ Black Coffee.
Enhle accused her estranged soon-to-be ex-husband of assaulting her and the matter is being heard in court on Monday, 12 April. The activist group has pledged to stand with the actress and pushed the #JusticeForEnhle movement on social media.
Penny Lebyane, Ntsiki Mazwai And Rosie Morena have publicly stood up to defend Enhle and join the march. Rosie tweeted:
“We will be standing in solidarity with our sister, Enhle on Monday. 12 April, 8am, Randburg court, Johannesburg.”
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