Popular South African singer Babes Wodumo whose filming of her beating at the hand of her boyfriend Mampintsha caused a social media storm, and which lead to his arrest, says she is walking away from the abusive relationship.
I'm Walking Away Before I Die - Babes Wodumo
allAfrica, 8 March 2019
Enough is enough - Bongekile Simelane, popularly known as Babes Wodumo, has revealed that she no longer wants to stay in an abusive relationship with Mampintsha. Read more »
Babes Wodumo posted a photo of herself and late friend Karabo Mokoena who was killed by her boyfriend in 2017
Babes and Mampintsha, Who Wins When We Fight Words With Blows to the Head?
This is Africa, 7 March 2019
The recent evidence of a violent relationship between two well-known South African musicians should be a wake-up call to us as a society to revisit what we consider to be "healthy… Read more »
Mampintsha Is Mampara - Chasi
New Zimbabwe, 8 March 2019
Transport and Infrastructure deputy minister, Fortune Chasi has lashed out at South African kwaito artist, Mandla 'Mampintsha' Maphumulo describing the singer as a 'disgrace' to… Read more »
Ramaphosa Condemns Violence Against Women As Assault Film Goes Viral
Thomson Reuters Foundation, 6 March 2019
South Africa's president condemned violence against women on Wednesday after a video apparently showing a popular singer being attacked by her boyfriend went viral, sparking… Read more »
The main question surrounding the alleged assault of Bongekile "Babes Wodumo" Simelane should not be why she did not leave her partner Mandla "Mampintsha" Maphumulo - who was ... Read more »
The family of Bongekile "Babes Wodumo" Simelane says that the artist has opened a case of assault against her partner Mandla "Mampintsha" Maphumulo. Family spokesperson Sakhile ... Read more »
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