South African singer, Sjava, has married his fourth wife, Lindi Khuzwayo. (Read More Here).

Sjava marries 4th wife

A popular South African blog, M.M, took to social media and revealed that Lindi Khuzwayo and Sjava are officially husband and wife.

Lindi Khuzwayo is said to be former wife to Ngizwe Mchunu. Sjava is a famous South African who hails from the Zulu tribe. Polygamy has always been in African culture.

Information reads:

"Sjava with his 4th wife, Lindi Khuzwayo.
Lindi Khuzwayo was married to Ngizwe Mchunu."

Biography of Ngizwe Mchunu:

"Mchunu was a presenter for SABC's Ukhozi FM but was fired after allegedly breaching a confidentiality policy by sharing private station information publicly. After his firing, he launched his own online radio station, Ngizwe Mchunu FM, which first aired from 09:00-23:00 on 14 September 2019.

"Mchunu attempted to marry three women. Although South Africa's legal system allows for polygamous marriages under the Recognition of Customary Marriages Act, such must be done by recognised traditions that Mchunu did not follow.[5]

"His first wife, Siphelele Nxumalo, took him to court in 2014 to nullify his civil marriage to his would-be third wife, Florida Mthimkhulu. His marriages to his second partner Lindiwe Khuzwayo and his third partner Florida were consequently rejected by the court because Mchunu had not complied with one of the requirements of traditional African marriages, which stipulates that any man wishing to take another wife must first make an application to the court to approve a written contract regulating the future matrimonial property system of the marriages.

"Mchunu is a known supporter of former South African president Jacob Zuma. Before Zuma's arrest and imprisonment, Mchunu was seen on guard outside the former president's Nkandla homestead insisting the president would not go to jail.

"Following the 2021 unrest in South Africa linked to Jacob Zuma, Mchunu was accused of instigating and urging others to commit theft and violence during a press conference in Johannesburg and was consequently charged with incitement to commit public violence. On 19 July 2021, he handed himself over to the police. The magistrate who heard his bail application and released him considered the evidence against Mchunu to be weak but required him to hand over his passport to the police to secure his release as they considered him a flight risk. The case was set to resume on 21 October 2021."