- Zinhle Mabena and her estranged hubby have reportedly missed out on a few bond payments for their Midrand mansion
- Zinhle and Robert Ngwenya are allegedly having financial problems on top of their marital problems
- A recent report claimed the actress could find herself homeless soon if they fail to pay for their beautiful R7 million home
Zinhle Mabena and her estranged hubby are reportedly having financial problems. The former Isibaya actress and Robert Ngwenya have allegedly missed a few bond payments for their R7 million home in Midrand, Johannesburg.
City press shared that Zinhle could find herself without a roof over her head anytime soon. The stunner has denied that they have missed a some bond payments for their mansion.
She said that the recent reports about her house are fallacious. She told The Citizen, via a representative, that they were not aware of such claims. She rubbished the rumours.
Briefly News recently reported that a warrant of arrest was sent out for Robert Ngwenya after Zinhle's case was thrown out of court for a lack of evidence. A warrant of arrest was sent out because Robert allegedly violated the protection order against him by Zinhle.
The warrant was issued by the Pretoria Magistrate's Court, according to a report by The Sowetan. Zinhle was accused of conspiring to murder her husband Robert but the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) found that more investigations needed to be done on the case.
Robert had suffered an attack on him with guns which resulted in the death of his bodyguard. The fire was opened on him while he was in Centurion, Pretoria.
In related news, Briefly News previously reported that Sihle Ndaba sent her support to Zinhle Mabena during her court case. Mzansi entertainer Zinhle Mabena is at present confronting a legal dispute. She had allegedly conspired to commit murder against her spouse, Robert Ngwenya.
Fellow actress Sihle Ndaba lent her support to Zinhle as she faces this difficult time in her life. A Twitter user was talking about the case and shared that a person is innocent until proven guilty.
"Innocent until proven guilty. Be mindful of what information you accept. Character assassination is what people resort to when they can't find anything bad about you," they said.
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