Bokang Montjane-Tshabalala opens up on her long-distance relationship

- Bokang's hubby left for Turkey a couple weeks ago to peruse his international career

- Leaving her and their son behind has not been easy for Simphiwe

- It has been a big adjustment, but they are coping, their love is strong

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Bokang Montjane-Tshabalala has had to adjust to not having her hubby here all the time, and it has not been easy. Long-distance relationships are trying and it requires a different kind of love to conquer it.

Siphiwe Tshabalala, Bokang Montjane-Tshabalala’s husband, left South Africa a few weeks back to follow his dream of playing soccer internationally. The 34-year-old made his European debut for the Turkish side on the 3 September.

His international move came with a price. Siphiwe had to leave his wife and son in South Africa making it a very difficult thing to do, reported ZAlebs. learnt that things are working out well though. His wife, Bokang Montjane-Tshabalala, is managing to stay in contacted even though they are not living on the same continent.

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Speaking with Metro FM’s Fresh Breakfast on Thursday morning, Bokang, former Miss South Africa, discussed her husband’s move.

She said that it is very important to support your spouse’s dream. She added that Siphiwe’s dream is also her dream, so the move was a dream come true for both of them.

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The communication they have is great. She has been with him every month since her left. They have been able to be with one another on a number of occasions and she said that all is working out as they both put the effort in.

According to Bokang, it’s all about sacrifice and compromise to make it work!

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