Real Housewives of Durban Star Dumped by AmaZulu President Sandile Zungu
- A star of the hit reality television series Real Housewives of Durban has put a football boss on blast
- Slindile Ndlovu, one of season three's breakouts, detailed how she was dumped by the boss of AmaZulu
- She alleged he had promised to marry her after several years together, but then showed her the door
AmaZulu president, Sandile Zungu's eyes must have popped out when he picked up a tabloid recently.
The club's chief was excoriated and hung out to dry by Slindile Wendy Ndlovu, the breakout star of season three of the smash hit reality television series, Real Housewives of Durban.
She alleged that Zungu promised to 'put a ring on it', but then put her out to pasture without warning.
According to the Daily Sun, the duo started dating in 2016, with Zungu promising to marry Ndlovu in 2019.
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However, along with several other lurid details of how things went wrong, she alleged that he went and married another woman instead.
"I still don't know why he dumped me. I might have triggered something in him, but whatever it is, I did not give me the right a treat me like that," Ndlovu said to the publication.
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Folz is better than McCarthy
Sports Brief also reported on Zungu making headlines a week ago, with an assertion that set tongues wagging.
The Usuthu bigwig claimed that current coach, Romain Folz was a better mentor than former coach, Benni McCarthy.
The latter was sacked by the Durban-based club last season, before 'failing' upwards to become a Manchester United first-team coach under manager, Erik ten Hag.
AmaZulu, MaMkhize accused of rigging
There was nothing sinister about the manner in which AmaZulu snuck into the Carling Black Label Cup last year.
This is what one can glean from club president Zungu, who explained how Usuthu surged past Swallows late in the voting process.
The Birds alleged foul play in how they were beaten to the finish line, but the AmaZulu president begs to differ, as Sports Brief reported.
Source: Sports Brief News