Enhle Mbali Mlotshwa Thanks Supporters Who Came Out in Numbers for Her Case

Enhle Mbali Mlotshwa Thanks Supporters Who Came Out in Numbers for Her Case

- Enhle Mbali has said thank you to her supporters as she faces the case against her ex-husband Black Coffee

- The actress took to social media to thank the GBV activists who were protesting outside the court

- Enhle is the brand ambassador for the Winnie Mandela Cup, which aims to take a stand against GBV

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Mzansi actress Enhle Mbali is thankful to all the people who came out to show her support for the case against her ex-husband Black Coffee. The actress filed for a protection order against Black Coffee after they had an altercation in their former marital home.

Gender-based violence (GBV) activists came out in numbers to support Enhle and went to the Randburg Magistrate's Court to be there for the actress. According to Enhle, the alleged abuse by Black Coffee began in 2014.

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The actress recently announced that she is the brand ambassador for the Winnie Mandela Cup 2021 and said that she wants to take a stand against GBV, not just for herself but for other people who are victims too.

Enhle Mbali Mlotshwa Thanks Supporters Who Came Out in Numbers for Her Case
Enhle Mbali Mlotshwa is thankful to the people who showed her support recently. Image: @enhlembali_.
Source: Instagram
"I pledge to in my personal life and career to stand up against GBV. Pledge to be a Minnie Winnie in the fight, as that’s what the cup stands for," said Enhle.

Enhle also posted footage of GBV activists protesting outside the Randburg Court. She thanked God for having so many people supporting her during this difficult time.

Mzansi celebrities Penny Lebyane and Ntsiki Mazwai have also publicly shown support to Enhle and the actress is grateful for it.

Briefly News previously reported that Black Coffee and Enhle Mbali Mlotshwa's judgement has been reserved for a protection order. Enhle Mbali Mlotshwa recently filed for a protection order against her ex-husband Black Coffee.

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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. Judgement has been reserved until a later date. It is understood by Briefly News that Black Coffee was not happy about a birthday party that took place in the house and this is what sparked the alleged abuse.

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