The two were married for more than 25 years, and have two adult children. Following their split, Tsitsi lodged an urgent chamber application in the High Court demanding over $7 000 a month in child support. She says she is still living with Nguni's 26-year-old son at the couple’s Northfields property.
However, Nguni is refusing to pay anything to his ex-wife, prompting her to approach the High Court. Her court papers claim that she is struggling to maintain her standard of living without support from Nguni.
“I obviously require maintenance for fuel, groceries, medication, utilities and home maintenance," the court application says. "My health has deteriorated immensely as a result of the worry and stress caused by lack of finances.”
Tsitsi exposed the minister’s bed-hopping tendencies and his links to Simba Makoni's MKD opposition party.
“If Mr Nguni has money to support the opposition political party and his collection of mistresses, surely she deserves what is due to her,” the court papers say.
The matter is yet to be set down and the minister has not lodged his opposing affidavit.Post published in: News