uThando Nes’thembu fifth season has started on a rocky patch and uncertainty for polygamist Musa Mseleku and his wives, particularly MaNgwabe.
In Thursday’s episode, 23 September, the husband and head of the family Mseleku confronted his fourth wife MaNgwabe about where she stands in their marriage and shared how he feels her independence is worsening their relationship.
MaNgwabe is pursuing her qualification in nursing and plans to open a business and branch out. Subsequently, this means she is busier than ever before, returning in the late hours of the evening, and this left Mseleku unimpressed because he rarely sees her of late.
MaNgwabe’s recent independence has been a struggle for Mseleku and when confronted she put her foot down despite her husband saying he doesn’t feel appreciated.
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Last season, MaNgwabe informed Musa that she didn’t want to get pregnant again because of her career ambitions. Even then their relationship appeared to be becoming more distanced and rocky.
MaNgwabe appeared fed up during their conversation and just wanted to be heard. “I can’t be angry and still be courteous when it comes to the bedroom.” Even asking if he is so tired situation why doesn’t he leave?
Last week Mseleku revealed not only does he have four wives, but he also has girlfriends outside of his polygamous marriage because he is simply a loveable man.
“I am loved. I’m a loveable man. I have wives and girlfriends,” he said. Mseleku’s son also touched on polygamy.
“When I become a polygamist, I won’t be like my father who has wives who live separately. I will have a massive yard,” said the son.